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A college crew team found a giant floating head while rowing in the Hudson River. The big head's origins are a mystery. (April ...
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DURATION: 1:05-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - WABC - COURTESY WABC-TVPoughkeepsie, New York - 25 April, 20131. Close. Giant, damaged statue of head2. Wide. Head3. Mid. College students pointing to Hudson River4. Wide, College students with head5. SOUNDBITE (English) No Name Available (Transcript Below)6. SOUNDBITE (English) No Name Available (Transcript Below)7. SOUNDBITE (English) No Name Available (Transcript Below)8. Mid, head, river in background9. Mid, head, front view10. Close, part of head11. Close, damage to head12. Mid, head13. Mid, head14. SOUNDBITE (English) Tyler Sawyer/Marist College Crew Team (Transcript Below)15. Mid, barge on river16. Wide, Barge on river17. SOUNDBITE (english) Matt Lavin/Marist College Crew Coach (Transcript Below)18. Close, Head19. Close, Head20. Wide, headVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TRACK-1THE BIG QUESTION ALONG THE HUDSON RIVER IN NEW YORK STATE IS WHO LOST THEIR HEAD?((NATS: IT WAS RIGHT OVER THERE))THE MARIST COLLEGE CREW TEAM FOUND A HUGE FLOATING HEAD WHILE ROWING ON THE RIVER.SOUNDBITE: CREW TEAM MEMBER (NO CHYRON)'We were all just 'what is that?' in the middle of the piece, we started cracking up.'SOUNDBITE: CREW TEAM MEMBER (NO CHYRON)'I thought it was a huge rock or something but why would it float? Doesn't make any sense.'SOUNDBITE: CREW TEAM MEMBER (NO CHYRON)' We just rowed across the river and, big head.' (laughs)TRACK-2THE HEAD IS SEVEN FEET TALL.IT'S MADE OUT OF STYROFOAM AND FIBERGLASS, AND LOOKS LIKE SOMETHING FROM A ROMAN OR GREEK STATUE.IT TOOK TEN PEOPLE TO GET IT OUT OF THE RIVER.THE CREW TEAM'S RESIDENT ART MAJOR FEELS INSPIRED.SOUNDBITE: TYLER SAWYER/MARIST CREW TEAM MEMBER'I'm absolutely down to trying to fix the nose and put some spray foam in there and try to fix her up.'TRACK-3WHERE DID THE HEAD COME FROM?THE FINDERS CAN ONLY GUESS.SOUNDBITE: MATT LAVIN/MARIST COLLEGE CREW COACH'I've heard two different thoeries, one I don't think is quite right, that it came off a float from Mardi Gras, from New Orleans up to here. I'm not so sure about that one.'TRACK-4THE COLLEGE BELIEVES THE HEAD IS A THEATER PROP.NOBODY HAS CALLED TO CLAIM IT.SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.