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This article is about the The Scooby-Doo Show continuity. For other incarnations, see Creepy Heap from the Deep (disambiguation).

The Creepy Heap from the Deep was the disguise of a bank robber and several other criminals who Captain Clements was helping escape from prison.

Physical appearance

The Creepy Heap from the Deep is a large, crab-like, yellow sea monster with big, monstrous claws, one eye, web-like fins, a crescent shaped tail and a scruffy patch of sea weed on its head.

Powers and abilities

He could supposedly steal people's souls. Captain Clements made the legend look real by pretending to fall victim to him.


Early life

According to legend, the Creepy Heap was originally an evil sailor who was thrown overboard by his shipmates. He was cursed, causing him to turn into a sea monster who subsisted on human spirits.

The Scooby-Doo Show

Season two

Bank robber unmasked (Creepy Heap)

Bank robber unmasked.

Captain Clements was the mastermind of an operation that involved helping criminals escape from prison by giving them makeovers and phony papers so they could get out of the country. Clements had the criminals disguise themselves as the monster, both to hide their identities from police while they swam to Clements' secret submarine hideout and to scare people away from the operation.


Other versions

Scooby-Doo! Night of 100 Frights

The Creepy Heap from the Deep, also known as the "Sea Creature", appeared primarily at Smuggler's Cove. It will jump out of piles of sardines in the fish factory and attack. It also briefly appeared at the Mystic Manor. The Sea Creature was one of the few monsters that could actually talk. It also had two different death cries, and two different cries while it walked. Each group of Sea Creatures would say something different than the last, according to the progress made. This version of the monster appeared to be female due to its voice, but this was not confirmed.[1]


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