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MAN BOWLS A PERFECT GAME WITH BALL CONTAINING HIS FATHER’S ASHES

This is pretty cool. John Hinkle, age 39, a two-time NCAA bowling champion for Western Illinois University, paid tribute to his deceased father by bowling a perfect 300 game using a ball that contained some of his dad’s ashes.
Hinkle says his two-handed bowling technique means he is only allowed two finger holes in his ball, so he had the thumb hole on his ball filled with some of his father’s ashes following his passing that year.
Hinkle told his brother that he would “shoot a 300 with this ball” and his prediction came true on April 12th, when he rolled a perfect game at Landmark Lanes in Peoria using the special bowling ball.

(UPI)

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