Monday, April 4, 2011

The Mystery Lot is living up to its name!

During the weekend, a reader sent along this photo from the beloved Mystery Lot on 13th Street... Good lord! What IS THAT!?


We investigated...



We also dispatched EV Grieve Technologically Advanced Form of Extraterrestrial Life Correspondent Bobby Williams to the scene...




It's either:

A) An art project created from materials found in the lot
B) An impromptu shelter
C) A monster

Being rational, we definitely think it's a MONSTER.

PS
We also got this upclose shot via James and Karla Murray...

13 comments:

Roger_Paw said...

It's Shmoo after a night out drinking.

Crazy Eddie said...

ET has now entered his Alzheimer’s years. He thought he was returning to his old neighborhood, the forest and is now confused. Like Uncle Junior. Vey sad.

Marty Wombacher said...

Whoever built this and/or made this thing, please stop it, it's freaking me out. Mama!

Ken from Ken's Kitchen said...

Not only does his head stand out, so does his outfit! Looks like one of those Kenneth Cole little jackets. Perfect for spring.

esquared said...

i think this could be the real bronx zoo cobra. what they captured in the bronx is a fake or made up one, to alleviate the public's fear and anxiety. if not, then let's call this the east village mystery lot cobra

Goggla said...

It's Nessie in a puffy jacket. She heard about our snowtastic winter and couldn't resist a vacation from the loch.

The818 said...

Man, this makes me happy. I spent my college years living directly across the street from that creepy lot.

You know, once they found a body in a trunk there?

crab apple said...

It looks like Susan Stetzer to me!

nygrump said...

Its a special outfit to protect from radioactive fallout from Japan.

glamma said...

i love this. just want to give him a hug. might hop the fence later

Anonymous said...

From the other side of the fence it looks like a big giant middle finger when I passed by it this Sunday.

Big Brother said...

It looks like some sort of hip hop earthworm.

blue glass said...

818
did you live on 13th or 14th street?
i remember the body