GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE
New York City is full of urban legends, and in a city so large it's to be expected. What have you heard? What are the dark secrets which linger in the shadows in the back alleys of The Apple? Come in a few days early before New Year's Eve and check out the truth behind the myth! Here's our top three:
1. Up on the rooftop at the Empire State Building, there have been a whirlwind of legends and myths. Ever heard the story of committing murder by tossing a penny from the top floor to land in the skull of a person standing down on 5th Avenue? I'm sure you have. Well, it's all false. Because of the architecture of the Empire State Building, the building itself creates an updraft and the money usually ends up being blown back up to the 86th floor observation deck. So, don't worry about penny's falling down from the sky as you walk up 5th.