Wartime Visions NPR's Phillip Martin reports on a controversial piece of art in Boston Harbor- a liquid natural gas tank adorned with large rainbow stripes. Many people claim that a face is visible in one of the stripes, and there have been "sightings" of everyone from Ho Chi Minh to Osama Bin Laden since the painting was completed in the early 1970's.
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NPR's Phillip Martin reports on a controversial piece of art in Boston Harbor- a liquid natural gas tank adorned with large rainbow stripes. Many people claim that a face is visible in one of the stripes, and there have been "sightings" of everyone from Ho Chi Minh to Osama Bin Laden since the painting was completed in the early 1970's.

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