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Frankenstein, bride marry at Fayette courthouse

In a campy Halloween moment at the Fayette County Courthouse Wednesday, Frankenstein married his bride in a ceremony presided over by Fayette County Probate Judge Ann Jackson.

Taking place shortly afternoon, the bride (also known as Clerk of Court Sheila Studdard) and the groom (clerk Sherry Molloy) tied the knot in a brief off-kilter ceremony witnessed by various members of the clerk's staff at lunchtime.

Instead of a celebratory kiss, the couple shared a big bear hug as the crowd applauded the marriage. There is no word on where the honeymoon was taking place, but all were back to work in the clerk's office following the lunchtime hour.

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