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Living in a dream world?

Couple selling fabled field, but nobody has bitten on $5.4m asking price

Tourists played baseball at the 'Field of Dreams' site in Dyersville, Iowa. (Stan Grossfeld / Globe Staff) Tourists played baseball at the "Field of Dreams" site in Dyersville, Iowa.
By Stan Grossfeld
Globe Staff / July 20, 2010

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They built it and boy-oh-boy did they come. An estimated 1 million visitors have journeyed to the “Field of Dreams’’ movie site since the Academy Award-nominated film was released in 1989. But the owners of the farm, Don and Becky Lansing, say they have gone the distance, and now the fabled site is for sale. (Full article: 1698 words)

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