Love Letters Wash Ashore After Superstorm Sandy

New Jersey woman found bundle of letters from World War II and tracked down the couple's family.
3:00 | 11/15/12

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Kathleen Nolan was lucky the only thing she lost during storms sandy was power. When she found was remarkable during the strolled the day after along -- Henry Hudson trail in the Atlantic highlands she stumbled across a stack of letters. They were obviously tied with the pink ribbon -- automatically knew that they -- love Latin. She took them home dry adamant front of the fireplace -- under the lighting the fire began to read. There isn't much more to tell you to nineteen year I love you very much yours always me. The letters were written between 1942. In 1947 by door -- Fallon a -- in New Jersey to Herbert trove -- Farnham of Vermont. And Kathleen one to get those letters back to them. First the letter -- like started roms and floated down -- Shrewsbury river and ended up in sandy hot. But finding the owner would be a little trickier Katz criticized the use -- -- Craigslist and -- dot com before she found the couple sneaks. -- On the phone from her home in Virginia she says -- served in world war two and was -- Pearl Harbor the couple married had two children. -- and the couple's son are now deceased though. -- he resides in a nursing home in the family has lost touch with the couple's daughter. -- ideological coal mine. Permit you can block grant. It kinda that the -- -- love conquers all you know -- devastation. Something some delicate. Just. Washes ashore. Indeed -- sandy washed away so much homes memories lives she couldn't wash away nearly seventy year old eight. She couldn't wash away true love. -- the families not exactly sure where the letters were originally store before the storm. Without -- -- passed away but she's 91 and being cared for in Asbury Park you can imagine and the extended family is cherishing this legacy of love that the two of them share.

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