Gerald hanging out in the casual carpool line before things got ugly. Source: Meghan Bennett

“He had this habit of loitering by the stairs of the garden, almost daring you to walk up or down,” said Maria Hunt, who has lived near the garden for more than a decade and was attacked by Gerald two separate times in 2020. “Gerald was like a winged boogie man, a Cerberus of the rose garden who would have been comical if he hadn’t been so menacing.”

“All we could do was run”: the strange story of Gerald, the turkey who terrorized a city

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