Mary Frost reports in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle that the NYC Parks Department is seeking information about a missing tree on Clark St. According to the report, sometime after midnight on October 13, an arborcidal maniac chopped down a young, healthy, honey locust tree in front of 64 Clark St. The Parks Department had planted the tree a year ago.
How does one chop down an entire tree without anyone seeing or hearing a thing? Read all the details in Mary’s report, and if you have any helpful info, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
While we’re at it, here’s another unsolved mystery. This burnt out car was found on Hicks St., near Middagh, the morning of September 25. No one saw or heard a thing apparently, and no one was reported injured.
Just what goes on in the middle of the night in the north Heights?
Header photo courtesy Mary Frost for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. Second photo courtesy Stacy Sullivan, BHB reader.