"Midnight Knitter" Strikes New Jersey Town at Night with Knitted Cozies

Police in West Cape May, New Jersey, are investigating mysterious knitted cozies that are appearing on on trees in the town during the night:

But not everyone is keen to stop the mysterious knitter - and the mayor and many residents admit they have been enthralled by the rainbow of colours.

Susan Longacre takes a walk each morning in Wilbraham Park, where several tree branches have been covered in the handiwork of the Midnight Knitter.

"I think it's wonderful" she told the newspaper.

Link | Photo: US Department of Homeland Security

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No not the trees! In Jersey, there's only about ten to begin with.

(Someone was doing that in Baltimore around the Maryland Institute College of Art campus about a year or two ago. It's a Thing.)
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