“Bones-a bare skeleton-by all accounts, that should have been impossible. Little or nothing lived this far down in the ocean, the experts said. But there he was, and there was something else in those photographs. Tiny, carnivorous worms wiggled around the body where they had already eaten bit by horrific bit. No one who saw the Soviet boy-submariner could forget him, not anyone who saw the 22,000 photographs Halibut brought home on September 9th, 1968.”
- Blind Man’s Bluff: The Untold Story of American Submarine Espionage, by Sherry Sontag, Christopher Drew, and Annette Lawrence Drew
Food Pyramid’s new tape titled II transcends the aesthetic of experimental, cutting-edge science used to explore the depths in the early days of undersea technology. Food Pyramid uses drawn-out melody lines with a more spirited handling of the repeater and delay dials to create their electronic-driven psychedelia, such as the submarine technicians manipulated their sonar and other devices that surrounded them in the Halibut’s Bat Cave. Get it from Moon Glyph, in an edition of 150.
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