Giant eyeball discovered

The Los Angeles Times has an interesting article about a giant eyeball which was found on the Florida coast.

The orb was found on Wednesday by Gino Covacci, who was taking his usual stroll along the sand at Pompano Beach, north of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He told the Sun Sentinel that he saw it lying at the high tide line and kicked it over, only to be staring at something that, well, stared back.

Covacci said he put the eye in a plastic bag and popped it into the fridge when he got home.

“It was very, very fresh,” he told the newspaper, noting that it still had blood on it when he put it in the bag.

From there the article speculates that the eyeball belongs to some kind of marine creature. Is there any speculation on the far more likely source of the eyeball: an alien creature who has been bloodied and battered during interstellar warfare and will now rise from the depths of our oceans, angered and determined to conquer the human race?

Of course not. Wouldn’t want to alarm people, would we?

1 Response to “Giant eyeball discovered”

  1. John Saleeby

    It was from The Beast Of Ten Thousand Eyes That Keeps Coming At You No Matter How Much You Shoot It, Stab It, Kick It, Punch It, And Drop Atomic Bombs On It. It Is Now The Beast Of Nine Thousand Nine Hundred And Ninety Nine Eyes That Stands On The Street Corner Begging For Spare Change And Whining Like A Little Bitch. Get a job, ya fuckin’ FREAK!