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The Whale & Ale

327 W. Seventh St., San Pedro, CA, 90731
(310) 832-0363

Created by andrew

Restaurant Details
$$ ($15 - $30)
Kid Friendly, Fun, Romantic, Business
Smart casual
11.30 a.m. to 9.30 p.m.
Mastercard, Discover, Visa, American Express
Location & Nearby Info
The Whale & Ale
327 W. Seventh St.
San Pedro, CA 90731
(310) 832-0363
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Izon Eden
Dayton and Patty Borders perform oustanding jazz and requested popular songs from the eighties up to today. Vocal talent and musical excellence.
Reviews & Comments
Feb 21, 2009 - andrew
English Dining in San Pedro

Authentic oak-paneled Victorian Pub & British Restaurant on two levels with grand piano & fireplace.
Live music on Friday & Sunday evenings & Jazz/Blues Band every First Thursday. Enjoy tap beers from Europe & British food like Shepherd's Pie, Fish & Chips, Beef Wellington, Fresh Seafood and Shellfish.

Oct 05, 2008 - therelevantstage on Warner Grand Theatre
Bat Boy Spotted in San Pedro!

Bat Boy Spotted in San Pedro

A creature described by onlookers as half bat, half human was spotted running near the 110 off ramp at Gaffey Street, yesterday at approximately 3:40 P.M. A source reports that the creature seemed erratic and angry, and appeared to be singing with a British accent. A student from Mary Star of the Sea High School snapped a photo of the creature while walking to a 7-Eleven. “It seemed frightened and confused.” She stated. The half-naked creature disappeared into the brush near Leland Park, eluding authorities.

Experts believe that this may be the same creature that was reported on back in 1992 during an incident that occurred in Hope Falls, Virginia. During that incident, a group of spelunkers discovered a young boy with fangs and pointed ears in a cave.

Though no records exist, it is thought that the “bat-boy” was ostracized from the community when cows began to die mysteriously. The man-bat creature seen in Los Angeles’s Port Town, resembles the Hope Falls creature. In fact, officials have used age extrapolation and facial recognition software that connect both the Hope Falls creature and this current man-bat with an 89% certainty.

A San Pedro resident near the beach reported 10 nights ago hearing “bat shrieks” in her back yard. When authorities arrived, nothing out of the ordinary was found, accept a few loose peacock feathers. “Something has happened to those peacocks” she stated. “They used to always come by, and now I haven’t seen a single one in over a week!”

Authorities won’t say if the mysterious appearance of this grown up “bat-boy” is connected to the incident, but many believe that a new predator walks the streets of San Pedro, with a taste not just for cows, but for peacocks.

Early Sunday morning, before sunrise, a small pool of blood was reported in the alley behind Warner Grand Theatre near Sacred Grounds Coffee House. There were no other signs of foul play. Tests were run on the blood sample and results indicate the presence of many different types of DNA, but predominantly bat, and human. “He may be injured…” stated one authority, “…and animals are dangerous when they are injured.”

On Sunday a group of people were observed loading items into Warner Grand Theatre, one of the items was a large, steel cage. Officials are concerned that someone may be holding the creature captive inside or near the theatre. The workers stated that they were with The Relevant Stage Theatre Company and that the items being brought into the theatre were simply props and set pieces for an upcoming show. When pressed for details about the cage, a man who refused to give his name called the employees away from the officials and refused to answer any more questions.

Coincidentally, according to a poster spotted in front of Warner Grand Theatre, The Relevant Stage Theatre Company will be presenting Bat Boy The Musical beginning October 9, 2008 for 8 performances. Officials are not certain whether this production has anything to do with the recent unusual sightings – but they are exploring the possibility.


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