The story behind river floaters
Two weeks ago, a dead man was found floating in the Hudson River in an apparent successful murder/suicide.
Before the nature of this situation was determined, Hoboken411 reader Rob Harari (of HarariVille Studios) told me it reminded him of a great commentary from Verne G. Williams a few years back. Williams can be heard talking about the “floaters” in the Hudson River, and why they seemed to pop up more often in the warm weather.
Find out why when you listen to the four-minute passage below. Perfect Sunday morning story!
Listen to more Verne Williams commentary here.