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CLASSIC WEATHER

Friday 3rd May 1974

requested by B. Biggins of Plymouth

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
with the Reverend Daniel O'Shelves
the Reverend Daniel o'Shelves

"Arm the meek."

Mud news

28.03.00 02:56:07 GMT Reporter: Edgar Allan Laa-Laa

Residents of a remote Welsh village have reported a "singing mudslide" it was revealed yesterday.

The bizarre claim is being made by residents of the small mining community of Llochwyrcorynj in South Wales, who insist that the huge mass of earth, debris and rain-water can often be clearly heard singing the lyrics to such pop classics as "Super Trooper", "Waterloo" and "Dancing Queen".

Experts warn that it could be another Abba fan.



 



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