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Strength in numbers

An uncanny series of events keeps Nick O'Neill's parents connected to their late son

Dave Kane and Joanne O'Neill lost their son Nick (right) in The Station fire. They say he's communicating with them through the number 41.
By Bella English
Globe Staff / May 17, 2006

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It was 7 p.m. on Feb. 20, 2003. Joanne O'Neill called her son Nick on his cellphone. Nick's band, Shryne, was to open for the heavy metal group Great White at The Station nightclub the next night, and he was there checking things out. He told his mother everything was fine. A few hours later, Great White's ... (Full article: 1699 words)

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