World of the Bizarre
Man wins Grand National from the grave
By T.K. Randall
April 10, 2009 · 4 comments
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A man who died several months ago from cancer left his family a tip and £250 to place a bet on 100-1 Grand National outsider Mon Mome. From beyond the grave his bet scooped £20,000.
For one family last weekend's Grand National was more than just a race - it was the fulfilment of a wish from beyond the grave. Danny Shea, 66, a passionate horse racing fan, died from cancer five months ago. But knowing he would never see this years race he left his family a "tip" and £250 to place the bet."
Source: Yahoo! News
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