CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 28, 2000
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.
(Laurinburg, North Carolina: Steve Hartman) The legend of "Spaghetti", a mummy in Laurinburg, North Carolina, featured; details given of the story about the body of one Cancetto Farmica saved by the town's funeral home. [Funeral director Beacham McDOUGALD - says he did not want to enter the family business.] [Mayor Ann B. SLAUGHTER - says everyone knew about "Spaghetti."] [Four PEOPLE - describe the mummy in the garage.]
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