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Maybe the Soviets launched it from Vladivostok.
Posted by: Michael | November 20, 2011 6:21 PM
Taboo, a giant mud monster, also had a return appearance. And of course there was Googam, son of Goom...
Posted by: Mark Drummond | November 20, 2011 8:32 PM
Interesting that this is now the second alien menace defeated by building a second, larger (fake) monster to scare it away.
Apparently, this was considered a viable defense plan in the 60's. It's surprising no one tried to build any giant animatronic monsters for, say, the Vietnam War.
...unless, of course, that's what Walt Disney was working on when he died of MYSTERIOUS CAUSES (lung cancer? PSSSHT. Sounds like a COVER UP to me!)
Posted by: ParanoidObsessive | July 19, 2014 11:10 AM
Having the biggest gun is a common recipe for supposed safety, naive as it is. I guess it was even more true in the early 1960s.
Posted by: Luis Dantas | July 19, 2014 11:23 AM