Transcript for Million Dollar Mystery as Winning Ticket Remains Unclaimed
the mystery growing in one, tiny, american town. So small, many of them there are on a first-name basis. But someone is keeping a giant secret. Get ready, everybody. This is powerball. Good evening, everyone. Reporter: It's been two weeks now since that giant jackpot. It's an estimated $590.5 million. Reporter: We learned the next day the winning ticket, just one ticket, sold in zephyrhills, florida, population 13,000. That got us thinking this weekend why we haven't learned who won it. It turns out, they're wondering, too. Bash owns the local diner. I hope they stop in. Reporter: It's the best-kept secret in town. From the barbershop, to the grocery store, where the ticket was sold. People still shopping tonight. Everyone looking for the cart with the most groceries. Throughout the whole country, this publix, in little zephyrhills could be the winner. Reporter: It reminded us of a little film, "waking ned devine." An irish town. No idea who won. Everyone hunting for clues. Are you going to take a holiday this year? Where would I get money for a holiday? Then, they learned the winner had died. Soon, the whole town was in on it, saying let's share it. The money will be claimed and divided equally between the 52 of us. Reporter: So, what's playing out in zephyrhills? This sleepy town, is the winner taking a nap? While everyone else plays the daily scratchoff at the diner. We're all coming in here finding out who is not going to show up for the scratch game this morning. Reporter: The loser, buying coffee for the rest. Oh, darn, I'm out.
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