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Happy ending for the Shaw family after Bradley (left) and Mark had been buried in the ruble of their Spanish hotel. Mr. Norman Shaw had told his wife: "Darling I'M afraid the boys are dead"

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Happy ending for the Shaw family after Bradley (left) and Mark had been buried in the ruble of their Spanish hotel. Mr. Norman Shaw had told his wife: "Darling I'M afraid the boys are dead"
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Happy ending for the Shaw family after Bradley (left) and Mark had been buried in the ruble of their Spanish hotel. Mr. Norman Shaw had told his wife: "Darling I'M afraid the boys are dead"
Happy ending for the Shaw family after Bradley (left) and Mark had been buried in the ruble of their Spanish hotel. Mr. Norman Shaw had told his wife: "Darling I'M afraid the boys are dead"
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Torremolinos (Spanish pronunciation: [toremo'linos]) is a municipality in Andalusia, southern Spain, west of Málaga. A poor fishing village before the growth in tourism began in the late 1950s, Torremolinos was the first of the Costa del Sol resorts to be developed and is still the most popular in the region.

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City Daily Telegraph
Date August 13,1971
SizeText 10.9" x 7.7"
Country Spain
Year 1971
Month August

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