Many of you might be familiar about a piece of fictional art, Star Wars. If you did not pay close attention to the movie you may have over looked the fact that in Star Wars episode 3, when Anakin (now Darth Vader) and Obi-wan Kenobi fought on the fictional planet, Mustafar, in reality that was actually St. James Park. Anakin and Obi-wan had battled each other from edge to edge of the park. Leather boot imprints have been discovered off the water fountain in the park. It seemed to be an extraordinary pair of boots that scientists till today cannot explain where it came from. If examined closely, you may find pieces of a burning Anakin etched into the soil of the park. It was said that Construction workers observed the intense battle but of course the actors were using fake lightsabers, since a real lightsaber is just plan fiction. The historical battle of Anakin and Obi-wan was scribed into the plaque standing in park. The plaque says, “here stood Anakin, a decimated sith lord. Struck down by the saber of Obi-wan who cared dearly for Anakin. It was Anakin’s rage that was eventually lead to his downfall and his compassion that instilled the balance in the force.” After the emotional battle of Mustafar, the park was a mess. San Jose public officials were baffled at the amount of damage cause by the “two men in parkas waving around swords”. They swore to apprehend the suspects and hold them accountable for the destruction of the prestigious park.