So... we see the protagonist getting killed by an unknown figure at the beginning of the series, we spend a while trying to figure out who it is. Meanwhile, a woman gives birth and the child is soon kidnapped despite the efforts to save the child. Then it is revealed that the child is the one who will kill the protagonist...


in 2016, ice skating on the Boston Common’s Frog Pond is a popular winter activity. However, on this day in 1861, Boston’s City Council ordered that the ice be broken on the ponds in the Boston Common and Public Garden to “injure them as skating ponds.” The council also ordered the the Police to “take constant supervision of said skating ponds and…take cognizance of violations of this ordinance.”

We’re not exactly sure why the City wanted to prevent skating on these ponds, but its likely that it was out of a concern that skaters would break through the ice and to protect the City from liability. 

Docket 1861-0127-E, Proceedings of the City Council, 1881, Collection 0100.001, Boston City Archives

These maps show just how big Central Park really is
Look, we all know that Central Park is a big—how else could it fit those free concerts, two ice skating rinks, a zoo, a large art gallery, a frickin' cast

Central Park in New York City is comprised of 843 acres. It is 2 ½ miles long and ½ mile wide. Central Park initially consisted of 778 acres when it was first opened in 1857. Central Park lies within the Manhattan borough of New York City.

Central Park was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1962. The Park is operated by the Central Park Conservancy and receives an average of 40 million visitors each year. Central Park is owned by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation and stays open all year. The vast majority of Central Park has been professionally landscaped, despite appearing natural. Central Park contains seven man-made lakes and ponds.