An arctic oil-drilling expedition unearths some strange organic matter, cells which begin to spontaneously multiply. When the cooling unit in their storage facility fails, the cells grow into a violent and deadly life-form, a murderous ape-man. Kolchak finds the feature story he's planning on writing about the murders blocked by the authorities at every turn, and it seems that pressure from the large corporation which sponsored the drilling is threatening to squelch the truth about the murders.
Did You Know?
At the beginning Kolchak stated the Manhattan Project "took place very close to here.". Kolchak is referring to the University of Chicago Metallurgy Laboratory ( Metlab) theoretical research on plutonium for the Manhattan Project in the 1940s which was conducted in the Chicago, Illinois area, not to be confused with the work done on The Manhattan Project laboratory, in Los Alamos, New Mexico. See more
The side of meat is obviously a light weight fake, though the actor strives to make it appear heavy. Nothing much beats the real thing. See more
During World War Two, close to this very spot, science bore a child that changed the course of human relations and, to this day, threatens to end human history. It was called, innocuously enough, The Manhatten Project, and it grew into the terror we all have come to know as the hydrogen bomb. But this year, only a stone's throw from here, science delivered a new child.
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