Skip to comments.Police Want to Know Who Left Piano in Massachusetts Forest
Posted on 11/24/2008 8:09:37 AM PST by Joiseydude
HARWICH, Mass. Harwich police have a musical mystery on their hands: Who left a piano in the middle of the woods? And why?
The Baldwin piano discovered in the Bells Neck woods appears to be in perfect working condition and had a matching bench as if it had recently been played.
The piano was discovered Saturday by a woman walking along a path inside a conservation area at the woods.
Another question police would like to answer is how the piano got to such a remote location. The piano is heavy and it took more than a half dozen men to load it onto a truck to remove it.
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Hey, that's my piano! If they return it I won't ask any questions......
Where else would a piano go if it were searching for its’ roots?
Chunks of meat left in a town square....now, a piano in the forest........
Those ivory keys might have to go looking for an elephant.
“Police Want to Know Who Left Piano in Massachusetts Forest”
I want to know who left the French Horn in the Missouri woods.
And what about that Bassoon abandoned in the Oklahoma wilds?
Probably some MIT student whose Mom told him to go play outside.
If a piano is played in the middle of the forest, and no one is around to hear it, does it play a tune?
I love gags like this — like the old college stunt of bringing a cow or a horse into a dean’s office and leaving it there overnight. I think there are also stories of teams partially disassembling a VW and then putting back together on the roof of a building and leaving it running.
Who put the bomp In the bomp bah bomp bah bomp?
It was Liberace’s deer-hunting brother.
It was the teenage vampires. They’re such romantics.
You can tune a piano, but you can’t tuna fish.
Someone who was channeling Beethoven.
Some boy thought “if I hide the piano, my mom can’t make me practice!”
Thought for the boy’s mom: sign the kid up for football instead.
See if Tanglewood is missing one!!
*there's a story in my former neck-o-the-woods (Lake Boon) that Babe Ruth used to rent a cottage on the lake. And when he got word he was going to the Yankees, he took the piano in the cottage, carried/dragged it to the lake and pushed it in, then uttered the curse thyat the Sox would never win a World Series again.
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