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• In 1977 in Austin, Texas, Vincent Johnson and Frazier Black broke into the home of Mr. & Mrs. David Conner. They stole two TVs and a checkbook. A few hours later, the two men showed up at a local bank with a check made out to themselves for $200. They asked the teller to cash it for them. She asked them to wait a minute, and called security. The check they had tried to cash was her own.

• Ricky Shipman went swimming off a beach in North Carolina in 1972, and lost the wallet out of the pocket of his swimming suit. Eleven years later a man named Gause gutted a mackerel which had been caught by a friend of his off the coast of North Carolina. Inside the fish was Shipman’s drivers license, still intact. Gause returned Shipman’s license.

• In 1914, just before the start of WWI, a German mother took a photo of her baby son. Film plates at that time were sold individually. She dropped the plate off in Strasbourg to be developed, but because the war started, she was never able to retrieve it. Two years later in Frankfurt, she bought another film plate to photograph her new baby daughter. When it was developed, she found it was a double exposure. The picture underneath was that of her small son. Somehow the plate had become mixed in with a pile of undeveloped film.

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• In 1971, Mrs. Willard Lovell of Berkeley, California, accidentally locked herself out of the house. She spent 10 minutes trying to find a way in, when the postman arrived with a letter from her brother. He had been staying with her a few weeks earlier, and the letter contained a spare key to the house, which he had borrowed and forgotten to return. • It was a hot evening in June in El Paso, Texas when patrolman Allen Falby accidentally crashed his motorcycle into a speeding truck. Businessman Alfred Smith witnessed the accident and was the first person on the scene. Falby lay bleeding to death from a severed artery in his leg. Quickly, Smith removed his tie and fashioned an effective tourniquet from it. When the ambulance crew arrived, they credited Smith with saving Falby’s life. Falby eventually recovered, and returned to police work. Five years later, he reported to an accident scene along Highway 80. A car had smashed into a tree, and the driver was bleeding to death from a severed artery in his leg. Falby pulled the man from the car and applied a tourniquet. While trying to make the man more comfortable, he suddenly recognized the victim. It was Alfred Smith, the same man who had saved his own life five years earlier. “One good tourniquet deserves another,” quipped Falby. • Brenda Rawson became engaged to Christopher Firth in 1961, and he gave her a nice diamond ring. She was heartbroken when she lost the ring while on vacation in Lancashire, England. In 1979 she was talking with her husbands’ cousin, John. They were discussing metal detectors when John mentioned that 18 years earlier, one of his kids had discovered a diamond ring near Lancashire. It was her ring.

• A farmer’s wife in West Germany lost her wedding ring in a potato field. Forty years later, she found it again- inside a potato grown in that field.

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• On August 11, 1775, a Greenland whaling ship called the Herald found itself in a sea full of icebergs in gale force winds. By morning, the weather cleared. Suddenly another ship came into view. As they neared it, the whalers saw that the unknown ship was covered with ice and no humans were on deck. They received no answers to their hails. The captain lowered a longboat and went to investigate, accompanied by eight men. As they approached the derelict ship, they saw that her name was the Octavius. Boarding, they found no sign of life.

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approximate position is Longitude 160 W, Latitude 75 N. The fire went out yesterday, and our master has been trying to rekindle it again but without success. He has handed the steel and flint to the mate. The master’s son died this morning and his wife says she no longer feels the terrible cold. The rest of us seem to have no relief from the agony.” The location given in the logbook in the final entry was north of Point Barrow, Alaska. The captain of the Octavius had decided to look for the yet undiscovered Northwest Passage through the Arctic instead of sailing home all the way around South America. The ship, locked in the ice, sailed on even after the demise of the crew— and became the first ship ever to negotiate the elusive Northwest Passage. Her crew for the journey was a captain and crew who had been dead for 13 years. Today the logbook of the Octavius is in the archives of the Registrar of Shipping in London.


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“LES MISERABLES”: If you’ve dreamed a dream of owning the screen version of the legendary stage musical based on Victor Hugo’s classic, the time has come. Anne Hathaway has earned numerous awards as the tragic Fantine, whose effect on Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) is profound as he tries to evade perpetually vengeful Inspector Javert Crowe). Much of the film’s impact comes from director Tom DVD Reviews (Russell Hooper’s (“The King’s Speech”) decision to have the actors sing live to film. Amanda Seyfried, Eddie Redmayne, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen and Samantha Barks (who also had the role of Eponine on the London stage) are featured as well. DVD extras: three “making-of” documentaries; audio commentary by Hooper. *** Video View

“ZERO DARK THIRTY”: A subject of controversy during its theatrical run, this reunion of the Oscar-winning “Hurt Locker” team of director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal is an engrossing, often exciting dramatization of the hunt for Osama bin Laden. Jessica Chastain’s star rises higher with her intense performance as a CIA analyst who pursues her belief of the terrorist leader’s location - with her hunch ultimately prompting one of modern history’s most famous raids. The fine cast also includes Jason Clarke, Joel Edgerton, Kyle Chandler and Chris Pratt. DVD extras: four “making-of” documentaries. *** “THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY”: After his huge success with the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, director Peter Jackson returns to writer J.R.R. Tolkien’s territory with this epic-sized start to a three-film prequel. Martin Freeman plays Bilbo Baggins, swept into a quest by dwarves to help reclaim their turf. The tale also marks Bilbo’s first meeting with Gollum, played again by Andy Serkis. Other “Lord of the Rings” returnees include Elijah Wood, Cate Blanchett, Hugo Weaving, Ian Holm and Christopher Lee ... and the cast also features Benedict Cumberbatch, the television “Sherlock” to Freeman’s Dr. Watson. DVD extras: production videos. *** “THIS IS 40”: They had supporting roles in “Knocked Up,” but Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann get center stage as they reprise the characters in writer-director Judd Apatow’s amusing comedy about reaching midllfe. The couple aren’t entirely happy about the situation, given the complications posed by their careers and their children. Jason Segel also returns from the first film in a cast that includes Melissa McCarthy, Megan Fox, John Lithgow, Albert Brooks and Lena Dunham (“Girls”). DVD extras: audio commentary by Apatow; deleted scenes; outtakes; music by Graham Parker and the Rumour, and Ryan Adams. ***

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Q: My Shiba Inu seems to have chronically clogged anal glands. I’ve had dogs my entire life, but I’ve never seen so much licking of the butt. I took my dog to the veterinarian for manual extraction but it didn’t help. The veterinarian suggested surgery. What do you think? - S.L., Cyberspace A: “This is a very common problem,” notes Chicago veterinarian Dr. Sheldon Rubin. What’s likely occurred is that the anal sacs have become impacted. The sacs are supposed to empty with each bowel movement. However, in some individual dogs this doesn’t happen or they don’t fully empty. Eventually, they may become impacted. Sometimes the sacs become infected. “We express (empty) them, and then flush them with antibiotics,” Rubin says. “When there is a chronic problem, we also look at the possible effects of allergies, even the possibility of cancer, particularly in older dogs.” Surgical removal of the anal sacs is not a procedure to be taken likely. One potential complication might leave your dog incontinent. If you do ultimately opt for surgery, Rubin suggests you search for a surgeon with lots of experience at this procedure.


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• Beatrice Lillie, famed British actress, was appearing in a stage play called “This Year of Grace” in Ontario. During a matinee, the entire cast was on stage for the finale, in which Lillie sang, “Britannia Rules the Waves.” The cast lined up behind her, waiting for her to sing the final verse so they could move into their positions across the stage for the final curtain. However, they were shocked to hear Lillie repeating the second verse over again instead of going into the final moves. There was nothing to do but go along with her, and they marked time in the line across the back of the stage as she sang. Suddenly, a huge arc light fell from the ceiling, landing in the middle of the stage with a huge crash. Glass splattered across the stage where the cast would have been standing had Lillie not decided for an unknown reason to repeat the second verse.

• E.G. Steele of Weybridge, England, served in WWI. He was tried and punished for striking an officer. His punishment was to be tied to a gunwheel for one hour at sundown. Next to his camp was an Australian brigade who passed through their camp each evening to get to a nearby town. Several Australian men discovered Steele tied up, and decided it was ridiculous to tie a man up. One of them stepped forward to cut Steele loose. Steele noticed the man had two missing fingers on his left hand. A decade later, Steele was riding the New York subway when a man sat down next to him and they began to chat. Hearing his Australian accent, Steele began to tell him of his rescue in the war. The Australian interrupted, finished the story for him, and held up his left hand- which was missing two fingers. It was the same man.

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