There's a story in today's Page Six Magazine about sadsack clown Bill Murray's supposed midlife crisis. It's brought him to random Brooklyn house parties and other odd, wistful New York places. The most melancholy and peculiar detail comes from a story, an urban legend of sorts, about Murray playing a little game of hand-over-the-eyes Guess Who with a stranger in Union Square:
There's an urban legend that's gone around until no one is sure who it happened to, or if it happened at all. It was late one night, a few years ago, when a young man was walking through Union Square Park. He suddenly felt someone behind him, their hands over his eyes. When he turned in surprise, there was Bill Murray, his creased face leaning in close. Bill whispered, "No one is ever going to believe you," and then just walked away.