LYNDHURST, Ohio - The Turkey fairy has made a stop at a Lyndhurst bus stop with the hopes of keeping riders warm.
Someone left a box of gloves, hats and blankets at the bus stop outside the Family Urgent Care Center on Mayfield Road, as well as a sign telling people to use them if they need them.
The note, discovered Monday morning, is even signed, "The Turkey Fairy."
The blankets appeared to be new, with the tags still on them.
No word on who the fairy is, or whether cold weather items were left at other local bus stops.
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