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Bradford Jay Rice was fourteen years old, found washed ashore 31st of March, 1962. Was an autopsy done on Bradford's body, and were there any signs of foul play?

His friend's testimony of what happened kept changing and one of the testimonies was that he claimed that a 'monster' which looked extremely similar to that of Cecil the Sea Serpent from Beany and Cecil (which aired from January 1962 to June 1962 on ABC) suddenly appeared and then killed all of his friends one by one, then vanished without a trace. I always wondered if this was some sort of indirect admission that he had something to do with their deaths.

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    We'll probably never know, but I think we can rule out the sea serpent monster. Jan 15 at 7:37
  • @ Lars Bosteen why do you think a sea serpent monster can be ruled out?
    – MikeSmitt
    Jan 15 at 7:51
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    Perhaps because there are no sea serpent monsters. Jan 15 at 11:56
  • If only 5% of the ocean has been explored, how can we be sure?
    – MikeSmitt
    Jan 15 at 12:13
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    That 5% figure isn't remotely true in any meaningful way
    – PhillS
    Jan 15 at 12:26