NIAGARA FALLS, NY – You expect to year your college fight song at a tailgate.
And University of Iowa fans expect to hear it before, during, and after games.
But just like the Spanish Inquisition, nobody expects to hear it in Niagara Falls, eight hours a day, and coming from a vacant building.
David Giusiana, who owns a restaurant across the street, says the music blasts from the building every day from 3 pm to 11 pm, and no one can figure out why or how.
Niagara Falls police can’t find anyone from “Smokin’ Joe’s”, which owns the building.
Even if they did, a vacant building, mysteriously playing the Iowa fight song, is not against the law, even in New York, where it is against the law to hang clothes without a license.
It started up the next day at 6 pm, though.