This first specimen reminds me of a leg bone from some animal.
Note the structure of the individual zooecia where a single polyp lived. They are shaped kind of like a balcony on the side of a tower so the animal could lean out and spread its lophophore tentacles to catch passing food.
Some more individual pieces.
Here are a couple of slabs of the
Note the Crinoid stem among the debris. The fact that most of the individual pieces of Chilotrypa ostiolata show evidence that there were broken before burial indicates that this is likely a storm deposit or possibly a lag deposit.