On or about October 17th, 1999, in a swamp located just off U.S. Route 70 in Brick, New Jersey, someone hung 17 mens dress shirts across a small patch of dead trees. The shirts were white, pressed and clean. Each one was hanging about 20 feet up, fastened to the tree with nails. Twelve days later, the number of shirts increased to 29, hung in the exact same manner. No one has ever determined who placed the shirts there or why.