'Game of Thrones' Fan Discovers Iron Throne Hidden in New York Fort

March 29, 2019 - 3:58 pm

NEW YORK (1010 WINS) -- A Queens woman found a throne, and now she has a crown to go with it.

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Melanie Joaquin immediately recognized a replica throne from Game of Thrones that HBO planted around the globe. She stumbled upon it in Bayside's Fort Totten Park.

Now that the sixth throne's location has been discovered, it's become a tourist attraction.

People were lined up with cameras at the historic fort. Game of Thrones diehard Brandon came to get a picture of it on his lunch break.

"I can't believe it's here, there's only like six in the world," he said.

It's in a perfect setting in a dark cavern of the fort's battery.

Sabrina was impressed with the sharp-eyed fan who figured it out minutes after the clue was posted.

"I think that she deserves some type of private screening with the cast, or you know she needs some type of ultimate kudos from the creators of the series because bravo to her," she said.

Joaquin said she snuck in through a hole because the fence was locked when she tried to get into the park.

The Iron Throne will remain in Fort Totten Park until Monday at 7:00 p.m.

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