New Jersey Family Finds Baseball Memorabilia Worth “Millions” in Late Uncle’s Attic

Jeannie and Peter Michioni lost their “Uncle Jimmy” back in March at the age of 97.
They knew he collected baseball memorabilia, but didn’t know he had a priceless collection.
He had always told them, “The attic is where all the good stuff is.”
The collection included six mint condition and autographed Babe Ruth baseball cards from the 1930s.
It also included cards from greats like Lou Gehrig, Hank Aaron, Pete Rose and Jackie Robinson.
Auctioneer Chuck Whissman said the collection is worth millions.

A Boston Man Was Shocked To Receive A $1000 Hospital Bill After Saving A Man’s Life

Paul Manganella was shocked to receive a $1,000 hospital bill after having just saved a person’s life.
Last month, Manganella witnessed a man have a heart attack while behind the wheel of a car.
Manganella broke into the man’s car through his window and was able to get the car in park. He eventually put the man in the back of the car and gave him CPR.
Soon after, Manganella went straight to a hospital to get tested for coronavirus after saving the stranger’s life.

At the hospital, he was told that he could not get a COVID-19 test and would have to quarantine for 14 days.

“The paramedic looks at me, and he was like, ‘Were you wearing a mask when you gave him CPR?’ and I was like, ‘Oh no.’ We kind of had just forgotten about [the pandemic],” Manganella said.

Several weeks later, the good samaritan received a hospital bill for over $1,000. He called his insurance company who said they could pay the bill as long as it was coronavirus-related.

The hospital said it was an error, and Manganella no longer needs to pay the bill.

Kurt Cobain Sets A New World Record

Less than five months before Kurt Cobain’s death, Nirvana made what became a legendary appearance on MTV’s Unplugged series. The guitar Cobain played during that performance just sold for $6 Million bucks on Saturday, obliterating the record set last year by the sale of Pink Floyd member David Gilmour’s iconic black Stratocaster. Gilmour’s guitar went for $3.95 million. Bids for Cobain’s 1959 Martin D-18E-modified for the left-handed Nirvana frontman-started at $1 million at the event run by Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills. It was sold to Peter Freedman, owner of Røde Microphones. The sale also included the case, which Cobain had decorated with a sticker for the band Poison Idea’s “Feel the Darkness.” Inside, along with Cobain’s picks and strings, is a “stash bag” decorated with a silver spoon, fork, and knife. Auction house CEO Darren Julien said, “This important guitar has earned its rightful place in rock & roll history as the instrument played by one of rock’s most influential musicians and icons in one of the greatest and most memorable live performances of all time.”