A Euro Mystery, Cold Climbing & Pumpkin Madness : NPR

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It’s officially fall. In case you haven’t found a pumpkin spice product that you like, one company has created a spray to add some flavor to any item.

Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Here’s a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week’s Morning Edition.

Not quite a pot of gold

Swiss Toilets Mysteriously Stuffed With 500-Euro Bills

Clogged toilets are nasty things from which nothing good comes. That’s unless what’s clogging the toilet is money, which just raises questions. Swiss authorities are currently dealing with that exact situation after a Swiss bank found a one of their facilities was clogged with 500 euro banknotes. As Morning Edition host Mary Louise Kelly said on Tuesday, Geneva prosecutors are investigating after shredded money appeared in a number of plumbing systems. They’re interested in the motive, but not as much as they’re interested in where the money came from. The mystery remains, but luckily quite a few cases are solved when people follow the money. Although, this particular case involves some soggy notes.

A cold climb

Generally speaking, as temperatures get colder, people put on more layers. I say generally because that was not the case with 19-year-old Nathan French. As Morning Edition host Mary Louise Kelly said on Wednesday, French decided to climb to the top of the…

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