NPR's "All Things Considered" has managed to identify, but not unmask, the woman behind the Griffith Park Bear's recent wardrobe changes. The culprit is Captain Hook, a local writer, actress, and yarn bomber who was raised on a commune in the seventies (her accomplices include seamstress Vanessa XKiller). In a video, the Captains says "I want it to look like this bear has a grandma that just won't stop making it ridiculous clothes that it has to wear." NPR follows her as, in full daylight, she sews a crocheted hoodie shrug onto the statue for St. Patrick's Day (it was going to be a full body glove, but she ran out of time). The green getup was the bear's tenth outfit; he has since been dressed up in Easter finery. And maybe inspired by our Photoshop bombing, Captain Hook wants to make a scarf for a Rudolph Valentino bust (probably the one in DeLongre Park) and has her eye on a dolphin statue in Santa Monica.