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Boston woman uses 1983 aquarium ticket good 'at anytime in the future'

BOSTON - The New England Aquarium in Boston accepted an entrance ticket on Thursday first purchased in 1983 that allows the holder to return "at anytime in the future."Rachel Carle, 26, picked up the ticket from her great aunt, Catherine Cappiello, who came to visit the aquarium more than 37 years ago, the Boston Herald reported.Cappiello and her partner arrived near closing time in November that year and both got a "late gate ticket," which was good for a visit at a later time. Cappiello, who lives in Trenton, New Jersey, gave it to Carle last fall as she drove from the Washington area up to Boston, where she is enrolled as a graduate student in public policy at Harvard University.New England aquarium accepts ticket from 1983.

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