Leonard Cohen Hydra Stealth Bench – Report #2

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Leonard Cohen Hydra Stealth Bench as it appears to naked eye & in photographs

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Actual Leonard Cohen Hydra Bench with Stealth technology deactivated

Soon after the first Leonard Cohen Hydra Stealth Bench1 report from Roman Gavrilin (aka Hermitage Prisoner) appeared, Cohencentric received this communique from Joy Ezekiel, another Cohenite agent currently on Hydra.

Now 24 hours after the planting of the stealth bench it can revealed that it was an English led operation. As a strategic and blame avoidance scheme, a mixed bag of Europeans were filmed near the site. Politicians from Netherlands and Ireland are seeing it as a blatant fueling of fire over Britain’s threat to referendum their continued inclusion on the European Union. The value of the pound against the Euro is expected to rise sharply when markets open on Monday.

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Leonard Cohen Hydra Stealth Bench (occupied) as it appears to naked eye & in photographs

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Actual Leonard Cohen Hydra Bench (occupied) with Stealth technology deactivated

Credit Due Department: Photo atop this post and photo immediately below text by Marie Nolan
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  1. As many Cohenites know, the proposed Leonard Cohen Hydra bench project, undertaken in commemoration of the Canadian singer-songwriter’s 80th birthday, has been placed on hold due to objections from a local homeowner. Now, however, a stealth bench, constructed of exotic materials and embedded with sophisticated cloaking technology to create the illusion to the naked eye and in photographs that the massive facility is little more than a board and a couple of stones, has been deployed. []

5 thoughts on “Leonard Cohen Hydra Stealth Bench – Report #2

  1. Jutta Thompson

    Is this bench going to be built as we see it on the pic? It looks to me there will be problems.

    1. DrHGuy Post author

      As I understand, that was indeed the approved architectural plan but it has been put on hold because of threats of legal action from a local homeowner.

  2. Linda Fish

    There have been no objections to the structure in the first picture? Is this the prototype or the finished work? Thanks for the comic relief, I can only imagine the frustration on the part of everyone who is working so hard to get this thing done.

  3. Mel

    Yessir, your humor regarding the seriousness of installing the ‘real deal’ gets us through! Thanks for all the updates and pics.