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Logger Finds Wedding Ring Lost 55 Years Ago In Plane Crash, Spends 17 Years In Quest To Return It

It took 55 years to get there, but a wedding ring lost in a plane crash in the woods in Washington state has found its way back to the family of the woman who owned it. A logger found the ring in 1997, and just recently tracked down the daughter of a couple killed in a plane crash in 1959. [More]

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Guy Leaves His iPad On A Plane, Gets It Back 10 Days Later With Airline Staff Selfies Included

Usually when you leave an expensive piece of electronic equipment on an airplane, that’s usual the moment where you bid your device goodbye. But one guy traveling to Iceland on IcelandAir had the pleasant surprise of not only getting his iPad back after it hung out at the Reykjavik Airport for 10 days, but also got a few bonus photos. [More]

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American Airlines Fares Back On Orbitz After Everyone Agrees To Kiss And Make Up

Feathers were flying, dust was stirred up and a general hullabaloo was underway when American Airlines and US Airways announced last week that they’d be pulling fares off travel booking site Orbitz.com. But now the tiff is over almost as quickly as it began, as the two sides have agreed to get back together. [More]

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Sex Manual Returned 54 Years Late After Failing To Save Library Patron’s Marriage

When you’re turning to a sex manual from the 1920s for help in your failing marriage, well, let’s just say you can’t blame a book if it can’t be revived. But at least the family of a library patron who failed to return a 1926 how-to guide all the way back in 1959 has managed to finally bring it back, albeit 54 years late. [More]

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Woman Spots Wedding Dress Given Up For Lost During Hurricane Sandy In Dry Cleaner’s Window

When Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast in the fall of 2012, a Staten Island woman who had her wedding dress at a local dry cleaners figured her gown was gone — the store was destroyed and has been closed for almost two years. But it turns out the only thing in the store that survived the storm was her dress — which she spotted in the window of the store when it finally reopened — in a new location. [More]

Guy Gets His Stolen Laptop Back A Year Later When Suspect Calls Customer Service For Help

Guy Gets His Stolen Laptop Back A Year Later When Suspect Calls Customer Service For Help

In perhaps the only example of when a broken computer is a good thing, a man who had his laptop stolen last year was reunited with his property after the suspected thief called up Apple’s customer support. [More]

“Burger King Baby” Found In The Bathroom Reunites With Her Birth Mother 27 Years Later

“Burger King Baby” Found In The Bathroom Reunites With Her Birth Mother 27 Years Later

Just a few weeks after the now 28-year-old woman known as the “Burger King Baby” put out a plea for help in finding the birth mother who left her in the restaurant’s bathroom 27 years ago, the two have been reunited. And for the former BKB, that meant finally learning the answers to the questions she’s had all her life. [More]

Hurray! Consumerist Helps Reader Find Laptop Left On American Airlines Flight

Hurray! Consumerist Helps Reader Find Laptop Left On American Airlines Flight

While running the gauntlet of the daily grind, one can get caught up in everything that can go wrong for a consumer, which is why we downright love it when something goes right. And if we can help a tiny bit, that’s nice, too. Rachael writes that her friend lost his laptop on a recent flight, and she immediately thought of Consumerist. [More]

Expedia & Hotwire Kiss, Make Up With American Airlines

Expedia & Hotwire Kiss, Make Up With American Airlines

Isn’t it just so cute when big companies get back together after a breakup? Four months after Expedia expunged American Airlines fare and schedule information from its online listings, the two foes have announced the listings will be restored to Expedia and its affiliate Hotwire. [More]