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Hudson River giant head

Marist College sophomore Danielle Carpiniello, 20, of Harrison,

Marist College sophomore Danielle Carpiniello, 20, of Harrison, checks out the giant, Greek-style head -- made of made of pink urethane foam -- that was found floating in the Hudson River by the college's crew team in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.) Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

A giant foam head was found floating in the Hudson River by a Marist rowing crew team early Tuesday. (April 23, 2013)

The giant floating head is tied to the
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The giant floating head is tied to the boat dock at Marist College in Poughkeepsie. (May 26, 2013)

Marist College sophomore Liz Holmes, 19, originally of
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

Marist College sophomore Liz Holmes, 19, originally of Long Meadow, Mass., takes a picture of her housemate Danielle Carpiniello, 20, right, of Harrison pretending to smooch a large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating in the Hudson River by the crew team in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.)

From left, Marist College sophomores Michelle Waters, 20,
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

From left, Marist College sophomores Michelle Waters, 20, of Mattituck, Catie Thomson, 19, of Rochester, Liz Holmes, 19, of Long Meadow, Mass., and Danielle Carpiniello, 20, right, of Harrison made a special trip down to the boathouse to see a large Styrofoam and fiberglass head founding floating in the Hudson River by the crew team in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.)

From left, Marist College sophomores Catie Thomson, 19,
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

From left, Marist College sophomores Catie Thomson, 19, of Rochester, N.Y., and Danielle Carpiniello, 20, of Harrison, check out a large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating in the Hudson River by the crew team in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.)

Marist College sophomore Danielle Carpiniello, 20, of Harrison,
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

Marist College sophomore Danielle Carpiniello, 20, of Harrison, checks out the giant, Greek-style head -- made of made of pink urethane foam -- that was found floating in the Hudson River by the college's crew team in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.)

A large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

A large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating in the Hudson River by the Marist College crew team sits facing the river outside the college's boathouse in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.)

Marist College sophomore Liz Holmes, 19, originally of
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

Marist College sophomore Liz Holmes, 19, originally of Long Meadow, Mass., pokes a large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating in the Hudson River by the crew team in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.)

Marist College sophomore Danielle Carpiniello, 20, right, of
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

Marist College sophomore Danielle Carpiniello, 20, right, of Harrison takes a picture of her housemate Catie Thomson, 19, of Rochester, who's posing with a Greek-style head made of pink urethane foam that was found floating in the Hudson River on April 22 by the college's crew team in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013)

From left, Frank Pelliccio and his step-daughter Kara
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

From left, Frank Pelliccio and his step-daughter Kara Pritchard, 17, both of Poughkeepsie, investigate a large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating in the Hudson River by the Marist College crew team in Poughkeepsie. Prichard is on Poughkeepsie High School's crew team. "My team is always finding stuff in the river. One time we found a toilet, which was interesting. My friends were like, 'Marist found a head!' I head to come check it out." (April 25, 2013.)

A large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

A large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating in the Hudson River by the Marist College crew team sits facing the river outside the college's boathouse in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.)

Frank Pelliccio brought his step-daughter Kara Pritchard, 17,
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

Frank Pelliccio brought his step-daughter Kara Pritchard, 17, both of Poughkeepsie, to the Marist College campus to see a large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating in the Hudson River by the Marist College crew team in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.)

A large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

A large Styrofoam and fiberglass head found floating in the Hudson River by the Marist College crew team sits facing the river outside the college's boathouse in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013.)

The floating head sits outside of the boat
Photo Credit: Angela Gaul

The floating head sits outside of the boat house at Marist College in Poughkeepsie. (April 25, 2013)

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam-and-Fiberglas
Photo Credit: Matt Lavin

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam-and-Fiberglas head floating in the Hudson River. Rendered in the style of a Greek or Roman statue. The head "looks like something out of a futuristic dystopian movie," Marist crew coach Matt Lavin said. Now the team is trying to find out where it came from. (April 23, 2013)

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam-and-Fiberglas
Photo Credit: Matt Lavin

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam-and-Fiberglas head floating in the Hudson River. Rendered in the style of a Greek or Roman statue, the head "looks like something out of a futuristic dystopian movie," Marist crew coach Matt Lavin said. Now the team is trying to find out where it came from. (April 23, 2013)

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam
Photo Credit: Matt Lavin

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam and Fiberglas head floating in the Hudson River. Rendered in the style of a Greek or Roman statue, the worn head "looks like something out of a futuristic dystopian movie," Marist crew Coach Matt Lavin said. Now the team is trying to find out where it came from. (April 23, 2013)

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam
Photo Credit: Matt Lavin

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam and Fiberglas head floating in the Hudson River. Rendered in the style of a Greek or Roman statue, the worn head "looks like something out of a futuristic dystopian movie," Marist crew Coach Matt Lavin said. Now the team is trying to find out where it came from. (April 23, 2013)

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam
Photo Credit: Matt Lavin

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam and Fiberglas head floating in the Hudson River. Rendered in the style of a Greek or Roman statue, the head "looks like something out of a futuristic dystopian movie," Marist crew Coach Matt Lavin said. Now the team is trying to find out where it came from. (April 23, 2013)

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam
Photo Credit: Matt Lavin

Marist College's crew team found a 7-foot, Styrofoam and Fiberglas head floating in the Hudson River. Rendered in the style of a Greek or Roman statue, the worn head "looks like something out of a futuristic dystopian movie," Marist crew Coach Matt Lavin said. Now the team is trying to find out where it came from. (April 23, 2013)

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