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James Dean 'Cursed' Porsche Transaxle Sells for $382k, Buyer is Zak Bagans

James Dean's "cursed" Porsche has been stripped for parts ... and a crucial one is now in the hands of Zak Bagans, who paid a fortune for the hunk of metal. The late actor's 4-speed transaxle -- part of the Porsche 550 Spyder Dean was driving when he crashed and died in 1955 -- recently hit the auction block and sold for a whopping $382,000 ... but the winning bidder was anonymous, until now.
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James Dean To Play Market At Meridian Sat.

James Dean Acoustic will provide a cooling background while customers shop for homegrown, homemade and home baked goods at Market at the Meridian from 9 a.m.-noon today (Saturday) at the corner of Second St. and Douglas Ave in Yankton. New vendors will appear this week, along with the long-time vendors...
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James Dean “Ozzie” Osborne

James Dean “Ozzie” Osborne, 62, passed away at 8:40 p.m., May 3, 2021 at Carle BroMenn Medical Center in Bloomington. He was born March 2, 1959, in Litchfield. He is the son of James Lee Osborne and Nina Maxine (Ruyle) Osborne. He is survived by two children, Austin Osborne of...
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How Much James Dean Was Worth When He Died

James Dean remains one of the most iconic movie stars of all time despite having a very brief career cut short by a tragic car crash that left him dead at just 24 years old. Born February 8, 1931, in Marion, Indiana, Dean graduated from high school and moved to California where he attended Santa Monica City College before transferring to the University of California, Los Angeles, where he majored in theater (via Biography).
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James Dean Porsche Death Car Transaxle is For Sale-You Better Know its Creepy History

If you’re not superstitious then you probably don’t know the history of actor James Dean’s Porsche 550 Spyder. By now everyone knows about his death in the race car, and now the 4-speed transaxle has come up for sale. Be forewarned that it will probably go for big money, and almost everything connected with the James Dean Porsche has been linked to bad luck and numerous deaths.
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The Transaxle From The Porsche 550 Spyder James Dean Died In Is For Sale

There’s always been a sort of grim fascination with cars famous people have died in; I’m pretty sure I’ve seen the 1988 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme that Hitler allegedly died in at least three different off-highway museums. The Porsche 550 Spyder bought by 1950s icon James Dean and named “Li’l Bastard” is likely one of the most famous of the cars famous people died in. And now the four-speed transaxle from that car is up for auction on Bring A Trailer. I bet it could end up being the most expensive four-speed transaxle ever sold.
BBC

James Dean: Missing 'goal machine' footballer found dead

An ex-footballer, whose body has been found four days after he went missing, was a "gentle giant" and a "goal machine", his teammates have said. James Dean, who played for a number of clubs including Stalybridge Celtic, Chorley and FC Halifax Town, was last seen in Oswaldtwistle on Wednesday. Lancashire...
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James Dean: Body of missing footballer found in Lancashire

Police searching for a missing non-league footballer have found a body in Lancashire.James Dean, 35, played for several of the biggest non-league clubs including Chorley, Bury, Harrogate Town, Stalybridge Celtic, Ashton United, Altrincham, Hyde, and Halifax Town.He last seen on the evening of Wednesday, 5 May, and officers launched a search after he was reported missing.Members of the public also joined the hunt on Saturday in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire, as Dean’s family and friends grew more concerned.A body was found at about 2.25pm on Sunday in the Moscow Mill Street area of the town on Sunday, Lancashire Police said.The body has...
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Posthumous Oscar winners: Heath Ledger, James Dean and others who died early

Many beloved nominees — actors, screenwriters, directors, composers and more — have died before their Oscars ceremony, and 16 have won. Here are a few other Oscar nominees and winners who died before Hollywood’s biggest night. Peter Finch, 1977. He was mad as hell, and he was not going to...
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FEATURE: The Enduring Romanticism Of Sleeping With Sirens “If I’m James Dean, You’re Audrey Hepburn”

Eleven years after its debut, Sleeping With Sirens’ first hit remains a perfect example of young love’s ability to make us believe in the impossible. The universe blessed Sleeping With Sirens with the gift of perfect timing. When they burst onto the alternative rock scene with their 2010 debut album, With Ears To See And Eyes To Hear (the kind of title that makes you triple-check your writing), their young target audience was embracing social media in a big way. Frontman Kellin Quinn’s swooping bangs and heartfelt lyrics made the perfect fodder for blogs, tweets, Facebook posts, and fan-driven content platform Tumblr. People created original content for the band and spread their music throughout the internet long before the word influencer was commonplace in marketing meetings.