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1,369 people don vampire costumes for Guinness World Record in England
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1,369 people don vampire costumes for Guinness World Record in England
May 27 (UPI) -- A group of 1,369 people in vampire costumes gathered at a 13th century abbey in England to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Bram Stoker's Dracula and break a Guinness World Record.
Manson follower Patricia Krenwinkel cleared for parole
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Manson follower Patricia Krenwinkel cleared for parole
May 27 (UPI) -- Patricia Krenwinkel, a former follower of late convicted murderer Charles Manson, is up for release from a California prison after the state's parole board recommended on Thursday that she should go free.
Memorial Day weekend to start wet, dreary, but then sun comes out
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Memorial Day weekend to start wet, dreary, but then sun comes out
It seems the weather got the message not to ruin the entire weekend in the northeastern United States as the latest AccuWeather forecasts continue to trend drier and warmer after an anticipated rainy and stormy start.
Sandals Resorts to install carbon monoxide detectors after 3 deaths
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Sandals Resorts to install carbon monoxide detectors after 3 deaths
May 27 (UPI) -- Sandals Resorts said this week it has installed carbon monoxide detectors in all guest rooms at its Sandals Emerald Bay location in the Bahamas where three U.S. residents died in May and a fourth became sick.
Tiny kitten rescued from behind lines of state's worst-ever wildfire
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Tiny kitten rescued from behind lines of state's worst-ever wildfire
A kitten was rescued from behind lines of the worst-ever wildfire in New Mexico this week.
Survey shows dangerous rise in sun tanning as myths persist
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Survey shows dangerous rise in sun tanning as myths persist
While most people probably know it's not safe to get a sunburn, many may not realize that tanning also increases the risk of skin cancer and premature skin aging.
Copy of 'Annie Annie' returned to library after 46 years
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Copy of 'Annie Annie' returned to library after 46 years
May 27 (UPI) -- The Owasso Library in Oklahoma has gotten back its copy of book "Annie Annie" by author Molly Cone, 46 years after it was due.
Maryland man uses numbers from work to win $50,000 playing lottery
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Maryland man uses numbers from work to win $50,000 playing lottery
May 27 (UPI) -- Charles, from Owings Mills, Md., has won $50,000 playing the lottery by using numbers from his job.
National Road Trip Day marks the start of summer travel season
Odd News // 8 hours ago
National Road Trip Day marks the start of summer travel season
May 27 (UPI) -- National Road Trip Day, celebrated annually on the Friday before Memorial Day, was started by a truck stop chain in 2019 to mark the unofficial start of the summer travel season.
Justice Dept. decides against charging FBI agents who mishandled Larry Nassar probe
U.S. News // 11 hours ago
Justice Dept. decides against charging FBI agents who mishandled Larry Nassar probe
May 27 (UPI) -- The Justice Department announced it will not bring charges against two former FBI special agents who failed to properly investigate allegations that former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar sexually abused athletes.
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