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Not your usual wedding

Couples get married underground, in the air and on roller coasters

Don Tuttle and Carol Deeble rode The Comet as teenagers in the early 1950s at the Crystal Beach amusement park in Fort Erie. After Crystal Beach closed in 1989, The Comet, pictured above, was moved to the Great Escape in Queensbury, where it was renovated and opened to the public in 1994. (photo courtesy of Great Escape)
Don Tuttle and Carol Deeble rode The Comet as teenagers in the early 1950s at the Crystal Beach amusement park in Fort Erie. After Crystal Beach closed in 1989, The Comet, pictured above, was moved to the Great Escape in Queensbury, where it was renovated and opened to the public in 1994. (photo courtesy of Great Escape)
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“Love me tender, love me sweet. Never let me go.” A handsome Elvis in a white jacket crooned his famous love song as Michelle, in a white satin gown trimmed with red lace, and Luis, in a black tux, walked on stage. On June 3, Michelle and Luis tied the knot at the ninth annual Lake George Elvis Festival, along with six other couples. During the ceremony, hundreds of Elvis fans in the darkened Lake ...


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