So to the answers... (If you don't know what the answers are to, see the previous post).
The two joint winners were Poet in Residence, Gwilym Williams and Emily Rivron. Both, however, only managed to score two out of three!
The true stories were:
...A woman tunneled out of prison using a dessert spoon.
A 35-year-old Dutch woman serving 12 years for the attempted murder of her sister-in-law successfully dug a 30ft escape tunnel in the cellar of the prison kitchen using a dessert spoon. Oddly, she didn't have that much time left to serve. However, as far as I know, she's still on the run.
...a New York chef has been serving cheese made from human breast milk.
Chef Daniel Angerer has been making cheese out of his wife's excess breast milk. You can find the recipe on his blog.
...Postmen in Leeds were terrorised by Tiger, an elderly cat.
You can read all about it here.
The rest, I'm afraid to say, I made up. There really is a rhubarb triangle in Yorkshire though, though, as far as I know, unlike its Bermuda namesake, it's not famous for mysterious events or disappearances. An 11-year-old did gain entry to Harvard - early in the previous century. As for the universe as a particle, this was, more or less, suggested by Julian of Norwich some time ago rather than a physicist at CERN.
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