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Growing up as children together just a block apart, Michael and Olympia DeNittis were meant to spend their lives together. The couple grew up and married and were married for 67 years. Last week the couple died just 32 hours apart. Olympia died first at the age of 95 and the family decided not to tell Michael. The morning after Olympia died, Michael, asked his family about Olympia because he had a dream in his own hospital bed the night before. In the dream Michael says he saw Olympia's death. Even though his family assured him he was fine he died just a short time later. You often hear about couple so in love that one cannot live without the other but generally they know the other person died. In this case, it makes you really believe in dreams and messages from the other side. It also makes you believe in a love that is elusive and everlasting. They spent their lives together and loved and lived, and ultimately died together. They probably wouldn't have wanted it any other way.
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