A strange mystery has left officials and residents of a Chicago suburb scratching their heads as someone keeps leaving remarkably well-prepared meals in a local park.
The weird offerings were first discovered earlier in the summer when a man walking his dog in the Arlington Heights portion of Centennial Park discovered that there was a delicious-looking pork chop sitting at the base of a tree.
Initially dismissed as a discarded leftover from a picnic, the pork chop proved to be the proverbial tip of the iceberg when a rack of ribs were found at the tree the following week.
Since that time, the meals have continued to appear in the park, much to the consternation of people who live in the area.
"Every week, there is something different that's left behind ... hard boiled and scrambled eggs, salmon, steaks and a whole rotisserie chicken," one frequent park visitor said.
More on this bizarre and baffling story at the Coast to Coast AM website.