HOLIDAY - Valentine Phantom strikes again

Well, it's Valentine's Day, and in Portland that means the phantom has struck again, posting red hearts all over the city, including prominently high on the Gulf of Maine Research Institute building on Commercial Street. Late last year, the Phoenix reported on a controversy over the phantom's identity, including a city council candidate's claim to be one of the people involved.

That brought a call and an envelope from someone claiming that he was really involved, much earlier than the council candidate, and that she was not.

Where have you seen the Valentine Phantom's work? And what was it like putting them up all over Portland last night? Comments are encouraged!

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