Greaser on a Clock in Queens, New York

On the side of an office building in Ozone Park in Queens is a peculiar bright yellow clock with a statue depicting a stereotypical image of a '50s-era greaser. The mysterious rebel is wearing blue jeans, a black leather jacket, and a greased pompadour. While locals enjoy the kitsch appeal of the statue, most will admit they have no clue why it is there or who it represents.

Throughout the 1950s and into the early '60s, greaser gangs operated out of Ozone Park with names like the Sutter...

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