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WE WERE FROM TORONTO CANADA, IN NEW YORK TO AUDITION FOR THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW. WE WERE 1 GIRL AND THREE BOYS AGE 8 TO 12.WE SANG FOUR PART HARMONY, AND A FEW MONTHS EARLIER AUDITIONED IN FRONT OF ED SULLIVAN IN TORONTO OUR HOME, AND HE INVITED US TO COME TO NEW...[more]

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IN 1965 had just turned 3 but a very early memory because it frigthened me looking for my parents after the lights went out. Then in 1977 was babysitting my brother was 15 so not as scary but sorta deja vu. Steve. ...[more]

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Left job at N.W. Ayer ad agency just as office lights (36th floor Time/Life bldg) flickered and went out. Walked to the elevator bank where others had gathered (and where people were trapped who were caught in ascent or descent).
Took the crowded stairway down with...[more]

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I was only 7 yrs old and visiting with my grandmother who lived in New York City across from Central Park. I remember that her apartment was on the 15th or 16th floor and it was very dark even in the day. I also remember that I could not get cooled off..it was very...[more]

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i worked for a stock broker and never usually stopped to fix my hair or make up before running for the train for my trip home to queens. of cours as i ran down the steps my train was just pulling out. i cursed my self for this and waited on the platform while waiting...[more]

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Being in Malden, mass. for the blackout i always wondered what the fireball i had seen befor the outage it ran south to north and was large. can anyone answer this???...[more]

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