Through their advocacy work, the organization I Am Your Protector, aims to transcend perceived lines of divisions between different communities in the hopes of changing the way people view “others.” To do so, I Am Your Protector shares the stories of our society’s greatest protectors, regardless of their group affiliations, as a form of inspiring other people to go out and give back to their communities.
Tucked into our article about the monument to missing tourists taken by wolves, was a reference to a sculpture of Rudolph
In 1981, NYC mayor Ed Koch proposed the use of wild wolves to solve the graffiti problem in the NYC subway. Now, a monument from the "Ed Koch Wolf Foundation" has appeared in Battery Park "dedicated to the many tourists that go missing every year in New York City. And a reminder as to why the parks close at dusk."
Visit a memorial dedicated to the mythical alien abduction of the Tugboat Maria 120 on view in the Battery.
Now on view in Brooklyn Bridge Park, a bronze monument stands as an homage to the elephants killed in an imaginary stampede that crossed the Brooklyn Bridge.
In 1963, a giant octopus attacked and sank the Staten Island Steam Ferry, the Cornelius G. Kolff, leaving no survivors among the 400 passengers. Or did it?