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I was told of a story that supposedly was reported in the news. I was given: the first name of the person, the state, city it happened in, and the decade he died in (1980-1989) as well as the age of the person. I could not find anything in news archives and so I then attempted to search the Ancestry website to search for census records that match the details. According to the records, a Melvin residing in BH, MI, or Detroit, being born between 1960-1968, never existed. What I find odd is if this person was fictional why so many people would claim they saw his death on the news
AdamBerger AdamBerger 41-45, M 8 Answers Dec 31, 2012 in Hobbies

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It's true.......I knew him.

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LMFAO!

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The '60s were a legendary time, and I've been told that many strange things happened -- even for those who played the game straight, cards face up. Never knew a Melvin, though. Wildly bright shooting star named Lundstrom, but that's another story.

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So you are saying that something from as far back as the 60's is called a legend? LOL Guess, I'm a legend then. Cool. LOL

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Its a little like Chinese whispers.. things can take on a life of there own.<br />
Not too long ago someone started a rumor that i was seeing a married woman, and when i found out i decided to see the funny side and just smiled... by the end of the week apparently i had a love child with a married woman and we were planning on running away....at which point i thought it was best i put things straight before it got even more out of hand lol

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Prolly so...it's apparently "unfounded"...

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No it's not.....I knew him.

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Good, now we're getting somewhere...Then Go Find Him, Dammit!!! Ahaha!!!

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The power of suggestion.

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so.. are we going to repost this a hundred times ?.. happy new yrs EP... oO

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