The Dolphin Tale is Told in Penthouse

But she didn’t show her tail in a pictorial.

A hint existed in the Huffington Post article about an unverified Penthouse excerpt of Malcolm Brenner’s autobiographical-inspired dolphin love story novel. (Dr. Lilly is the gift that never stops gifting!) I tasked my best friend, Joshua, to search the Dimly Lit Web for this mysterious maybe article.

Yes, it lives! My nosiness curiosity pays off once again, with a Joshua turbo-boost!

Penthouse, October, 1978: I am not going to edit the Amazon link, because it is hilarious as is:

PENTHOUSE OCTOBER 1978 SCIENCE AND THE FUTURE ISSUE LEONARD NIMOY SEX WITH A DOLPHIN DEATH AFTER DEATH AND MORE!

It’s even funnier if you read it out loud AS WRITTEN!

It’s also been full-text captured on archive.org–captured but not edited for comfortable reading.

Here’s a florid taste of the intro of the romance–the sun, the tourists, eyes meeting across a crowded room…

One of the dolphins tossed a shred of seaweed onto the dock. The tourists
pointed and aimed their tinny cameras, as if that were something unusual…I felt vaguely
uneasy. The shiftless, run-down atmosphere was infectious. There seemed to be a nimbus of lethargy hovering over the park, although the sun was molten butter…

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