Nestled within a park at the northern tip of Manhattan lies a small tract of land that some people call "a shangri-la" or describe as "magic." Bruce's Garden is a living memorial to Bruce Reynolds, a police officer who died in the line of duty on 9/11. As a child, Bruce helped clean up the trash-strewn garden. In the wake of his death, the garden was dedicated to Bruce. "I still shed tears over it," Bruce's father told InsideEdition.com.