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In the money!

Can you imagine what it might be like to win the Lottery?

If so how would you react if you pulled off that trick twice within a matter of weeks?

Well a woman in the US has just achieved this success by winning a $1m prize on the lottery for the second time in 10 weeks.

Massachusetts State Lottery revealed Christine Wilson was the lucky ticket holder who hit the jackpot twice!

Ms Wilson, of Attleborough, Massachusetts, won her most recent prize playing the “100X Cash” $10 instant ticket game.

Back in February, she claimed the first $1m (£796,000) prize in the “Lifetime Millions” $50 (£40) instant ticket game.

On both occasions, she opted to receive her prize in the form of a one-time payment of $650,000 (£518,000).

When she won her first prize, Ms Wilson said that she planned to use some of her winnings to buy a new car.

She plans to put this latest windfall into savings.

Ms Wilson bought her most recent ticket at Family Food Mart in the US town of Mansfield and the shop will receive a $10,000 (£7,900) bonus for its sale of the ticket, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery.

She bought her first $1m winning ticket at Dubs’s Discount Liquors in the same town.

Now here in the UK the chance of winning the lottery is one in 45 million and the chance of being struck by lighting in the US is one in 15,300.

I think if I were her I’d keep a close look on the local weather and make sure I was indoors in the event of any nearby storms as based on her luck with the lottery, her chances of being hit by a lightning bolt might well be higher than average!

Of course being a Tuesday I was joined once again by Margaret Mills who this week took us just up the road to Blackmore, but the Blackmoor of Tudor times, where one of Henry VIII’s mistresses, ELIZABETH BLOUNT,  was smuggled out of London before she could give birth to one of his love children.

When her illegitimate son was born, the King was especially happy to discover that he had a son, who was unsurprisingly called, Henry.

It seems that at one point King Henry considered divorcing his then wife Catherine of Aragon, marrying Elizabeth thus making his son legitimate and a possible future monarch.

Of course this did not happen and the young Henry died aged just 17, amidst rumours that he might have met his end at the instigation of Anne Boleyn.

Listen here to what Margaret had to say about these events: –

Hope to see you again next week,
Scott

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In the money!

Can you imagine what it might be like to win the Lottery?

If so how would you react if you pulled off that trick twice within a matter of weeks?

Well a woman in the US has just achieved this success by winning a $1m prize on the lottery for the second time in 10 weeks.

Massachusetts State Lottery revealed Christine Wilson was the lucky ticket holder who hit the jackpot twice!

Ms Wilson, of Attleborough, Massachusetts, won her most recent prize playing the “100X Cash” $10 instant ticket game.

Back in February, she claimed the first $1m (£796,000) prize in the “Lifetime Millions” $50 (£40) instant ticket game.

On both occasions, she opted to receive her prize in the form of a one-time payment of $650,000 (£518,000).

When she won her first prize, Ms Wilson said that she planned to use some of her winnings to buy a new car.

She plans to put this latest windfall into savings.

Ms Wilson bought her most recent ticket at Family Food Mart in the US town of Mansfield and the shop will receive a $10,000 (£7,900) bonus for its sale of the ticket, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery.

She bought her first $1m winning ticket at Dubs’s Discount Liquors in the same town.

Now here in the UK the chance of winning the lottery is one in 45 million and the chance of being struck by lighting in the US is one in 15,300.

I think if I were her I’d keep a close look on the local weather and make sure I was indoors in the event of any nearby storms as based on her luck with the lottery, her chances of being hit by a lightning bolt might well be higher than average!

Of course being a Tuesday I was joined once again by Margaret Mills who this week took us just up the road to Blackmore, but the Blackmoor of Tudor times, where one of Henry VIII’s mistresses, ELIZABETH BLOUNT,  was smuggled out of London before she could give birth to one of his love children.

When her illegitimate son was born, the King was especially happy to discover that he had a son, who was unsurprisingly called, Henry.

It seems that at one point King Henry considered divorcing his then wife Catherine of Aragon, marrying Elizabeth thus making his son legitimate and a possible future monarch.

Of course this did not happen and the young Henry died aged just 17, amidst rumours that he might have met his end at the instigation of Anne Boleyn.

Listen here to what Margaret had to say about these events: –

Hope to see you again next week,
Scott

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In the money!

Can you imagine what it might be like to win the Lottery?

If so how would you react if you pulled off that trick twice within a matter of weeks?

Well a woman in the US has just achieved this success by winning a $1m prize on the lottery for the second time in 10 weeks.

Massachusetts State Lottery revealed Christine Wilson was the lucky ticket holder who hit the jackpot twice!

Ms Wilson, of Attleborough, Massachusetts, won her most recent prize playing the “100X Cash” $10 instant ticket game.

Back in February, she claimed the first $1m (£796,000) prize in the “Lifetime Millions” $50 (£40) instant ticket game.

On both occasions, she opted to receive her prize in the form of a one-time payment of $650,000 (£518,000).

When she won her first prize, Ms Wilson said that she planned to use some of her winnings to buy a new car.

She plans to put this latest windfall into savings.

Ms Wilson bought her most recent ticket at Family Food Mart in the US town of Mansfield and the shop will receive a $10,000 (£7,900) bonus for its sale of the ticket, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery.

She bought her first $1m winning ticket at Dubs’s Discount Liquors in the same town.

Now here in the UK the chance of winning the lottery is one in 45 million and the chance of being struck by lighting in the US is one in 15,300.

I think if I were her I’d keep a close look on the local weather and make sure I was indoors in the event of any nearby storms as based on her luck with the lottery, her chances of being hit by a lightning bolt might well be higher than average!

Of course being a Tuesday I was joined once again by Margaret Mills who this week took us just up the road to Blackmore, but the Blackmoor of Tudor times, where one of Henry VIII’s mistresses, ELIZABETH BLOUNT,  was smuggled out of London before she could give birth to one of his love children.

When her illegitimate son was born, the King was especially happy to discover that he had a son, who was unsurprisingly called, Henry.

It seems that at one point King Henry considered divorcing his then wife Catherine of Aragon, marrying Elizabeth thus making his son legitimate and a possible future monarch.

Of course this did not happen and the young Henry died aged just 17, amidst rumours that he might have met his end at the instigation of Anne Boleyn.

Listen here to what Margaret had to say about these events: –

Hope to see you again next week,
Scott

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In the money!

Can you imagine what it might be like to win the Lottery?

If so how would you react if you pulled off that trick twice within a matter of weeks?

Well a woman in the US has just achieved this success by winning a $1m prize on the lottery for the second time in 10 weeks.

Massachusetts State Lottery revealed Christine Wilson was the lucky ticket holder who hit the jackpot twice!

Ms Wilson, of Attleborough, Massachusetts, won her most recent prize playing the “100X Cash” $10 instant ticket game.

Back in February, she claimed the first $1m (£796,000) prize in the “Lifetime Millions” $50 (£40) instant ticket game.

On both occasions, she opted to receive her prize in the form of a one-time payment of $650,000 (£518,000).

When she won her first prize, Ms Wilson said that she planned to use some of her winnings to buy a new car.

She plans to put this latest windfall into savings.

Ms Wilson bought her most recent ticket at Family Food Mart in the US town of Mansfield and the shop will receive a $10,000 (£7,900) bonus for its sale of the ticket, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery.

She bought her first $1m winning ticket at Dubs’s Discount Liquors in the same town.

Now here in the UK the chance of winning the lottery is one in 45 million and the chance of being struck by lighting in the US is one in 15,300.

I think if I were her I’d keep a close look on the local weather and make sure I was indoors in the event of any nearby storms as based on her luck with the lottery, her chances of being hit by a lightning bolt might well be higher than average!

Of course being a Tuesday I was joined once again by Margaret Mills who this week took us just up the road to Blackmore, but the Blackmoor of Tudor times, where one of Henry VIII’s mistresses, ELIZABETH BLOUNT,  was smuggled out of London before she could give birth to one of his love children.

When her illegitimate son was born, the King was especially happy to discover that he had a son, who was unsurprisingly called, Henry.

It seems that at one point King Henry considered divorcing his then wife Catherine of Aragon, marrying Elizabeth thus making his son legitimate and a possible future monarch.

Of course this did not happen and the young Henry died aged just 17, amidst rumours that he might have met his end at the instigation of Anne Boleyn.

Listen here to what Margaret had to say about these events: –

Hope to see you again next week,
Scott

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