The legend of the Boston Garden Monkey

Reply Fri 6 Nov, 2015 02:37 pm
Where did the monkey come from? Where is it (or at least the corpse now)?

When the old garden was taken down - supposedly building wreckers were said to have come across the corpse of a monkey.

My question is not so much where it came from but where is it now and what kind of twisted people pose and take pictures of a monkey corpse?



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Reply Fri 6 Nov, 2015 02:55 pm
This is my favorite part...

"So after finding the monkey in 1998, Bagen, Sullivan, and the crew of building wreckers got some pictures, had some fun with the corpse, and then said a proper farewell, right?

“No, my brother took it.” Bagen said.

He said he believes that his brother, John Bagen, who also worked on the Garden demo, may still have the monkey.

“He might sit out on the porch and still talk to it,” Bagen said. “I have no clue.”

Sullivan also said he thinks the monkey is still hanging around.

“It’s still in the South Shore, someone has it,” Sullivan said. “He’s been to Laconia Bike Week a few times on the bike of a guy’s motorcycle.”

--- if they do a video of his brother hanging out with it and talking to it he could become as popular as the sunfish guy.
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