Susan Mullen and husband Lee, of Nunsthorpe, U.K. won a lotto jackpot worth nearly £5 million in 2011. While reading the local paper this past month, Susan discovered a story about a 5 year old boy whose trampoline was stolen by metal thieves. Gabriel Pritchard, had received the trampoline as his 5th birthday present and was devastated when it was taken. Garbiel’s mom, Rebecca, was unable to afford a replacement and said the thieves “should be ashamed of themselves”.
The Mullen’s contacted the newspaper, who then put them in touch with the Pritchards to buy them a replacement trampoline. “What we have got now is still very special but we know what it’s like to struggle, we have been there. We have got a little bit put aside for things like this,” said Susan Mullen.
Timmie Julian, from Rayne, Louisiana, was on the Louisiana Lottery’s website when he noticed that the $5 Right on the Money Instant Game had only one jackpot prize remaining. Julian had a feeling he was going to find that last winning ticket. He went to his local grocery store and asked for a Right on […]
Bill Hansen, of Long Island, New York, was loading his groceries into the trunk of his car when he realized that he had a $20 bill in his pocket and decided to go back into the supermarket and buy a scratch off ticket. That decision would ultimately change his life. He walked back into the […]
John Jones, from Southampton, England, has been playing the National Lottery for the last 15 years. He was confident that one day he would win and now he has. Jones won a £55,861 jackpot on a Lucky Dip ticket. A neighbor who comes by to help Jones with things around the house was the one […]