7-Foot Head Discovered Floating On The Hudson River

By on April 26, 2013 // Yesterday's Myths & Mysteries // 2 Comments


A team of rowers from New York’s Marist College discovered something fairly odd on Monday: a 7-foot Styrofoam head floating along the Hudson River.

“The ominous sighting gave the coach pause, and he had his team stay back as he approached to investigate…”

They pulled it from the water. Around 7 feet high and “4 to 5 feet wide,” the head appears to be made of Styrofoam and coated with fiberglass. It’s nose is chipped, along with other damage. No one currently knows where it came from.

Remnants of Columbia, perhaps?

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Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. He manages Stranger Dimensions in between changing aquarium filters and reading bad novels about mermaids.

  • Homero21

    hahaha when I saw the photos I thought about Columbia… and the last line was epic :”Remnants of Columbia, perhaps?” haha

  • Goldenpins

    lol @ “Remnants of Columbia, perhaps?” I honestly had a good laugh.