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Can you find the link in them? The answer should explain the link in all three of them.

Someone is dead

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Well, on the left, there's a picture of

apple bobbing, a common event on Halloween,

on the right, there's a picture of

Indira Gandhi, the only female Prime Minister of India, who was assassinated on Halloween, and

on the bottom, there's a string of characters that

can be placed at the end of https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= in order to find a cricket match between India and Sri Lanka which happened on Halloween, 2005

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never thought it would be too fast... add it to your answer... – manshu Feb 26 at 13:55
    
thank you - tracking down the date was difficult. I don't know much about cricket, so I was kind of guessing at terminology. – question_asker Feb 26 at 13:57

The link is:

Halloween. The painting is called Snap-Apple Night and depicts Irish folks celebrating on Halloween. The photo is of Indira Ghandi, who was assassinated on Halloween Day.

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lol, what did we answer within a minute of each other? – question_asker Feb 26 at 13:54
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+1 but sorry ...the other answer is bit more complete... – manshu Feb 26 at 13:56
    
Looks like we did, but you got the complete answer (can't access youtube from work to get the third piece. Cursed filters!) – Irishpanda Feb 26 at 14:08
    
@Irishpanda I'm in a similar situation - some stuff (seemingly arbitrary) is blocked, some isn't. This one happened to be not blocked. – question_asker Feb 26 at 14:09

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