Flea Market Locket Opens Up Family Connection

Texas woman believes photos inside locket found in California might be her mother and great-uncle.
3:00 | 02/28/14

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If we get as a holly Christina -- liked old fashioned rockets at flea markets and now she's a treat it differently. With some long lost treasure. -- paid ten dollars for this Lockett at a San Pablo California streets but there was something with the pictures -- you just couldn't shake. Somewhere she thought somebody -- who these people work. If I lost a -- I would want to me to try to give it back to me because it's not -- it's -- This isn't mine has gone to somebody else you know my pictures it's not my family -- somebody else's -- Robust of the photos online and nearly 2000 miles away in Houston Texas. Martha -- -- recognized her mother's face but the identity of the -- locket that remains a mystery. Peterson's uncle but. She's not quite sure Christina Roma though is working -- a lock it into market pierced hands -- that's -- usable family photos see if she -- idea that man in the Lockett. With her mother.

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