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Junk Haulers Find ’70s Bonds Worth Thousands in Cast-Off Hope Chest

Reported by ABC News’ Joshua Gardner: When Marie Veloso called the junk collectors to have her late mother’s old hope chest hauled away, she was certain it contained nothing of value. “I just wanted them to take it away. I didn’t have the key, anyway,”...
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