The tower clock I look after has 4 foot diameter dials approximately 22 feet above ground level, and has been subject to the interference of vandals in the past. Things like peel and stick stickers stuck on the Lexan dial covers. That sort of thing. The "impossible" happened within the last week! Vandals surmounted the ground pillar the cupola perches upon, kicked in a stucco screen cover to a window in the bell room which is above the clock, and entered the bell room! There is a man door leading downward from the bell room into the small room wherein the clock sits. How they managed that, I have NO idea! The man door has no hinges or grasp handles to allow it to be lifted! I'll go and survey the site later today, but the alternate winder who notified me of this vandalism has indicated that everything appears to be okay, and the clock was running when he discovered the damage during his winding of the clock last Tuesday. In the picture you will notice a decorative ledge at the top of the ground pillar, at the base of the cupola. That ledge is made of some kind of STYROFOAM which has a thin skin of concrete sprayed over it. The creep who bust into the clock would, at one point, had to clamber over that syrofoam ledge to gain access to the cupola! It would have served him right if that ledge broke away and he ended up falling 20 feet to the concrete sidewalk! What MUST he have been thinking? Well! After 5 attempts to upload a picture of the tower and cupola, I have been compelled to desist! I don't think I am doing anything incorrectly. Perhaps I'll try again, later! I did it! Looking at the picture, would you not wonder how anyone would be able to squeeze through one of the narrow windows to gain access to the bell room? I can see the headlines now. SKINNY VANDAL SOUGHT IN TOWER CLOCK BREAK_IN!