Written by four children 27 years ago (handwriting recognizers)

Written by four children 27 years ago (handwriting recognizers)

In 1995, four little ten-year-old friends jointly A message On a piece of paper, it was decided to put it in one the bottle Throw it in the sea. It happened 27 years ago in La Marque, Texas near Galveston Bay. In their fantasy, the Fours thought that this message would be good «On the other side of the world, or at least, ended up somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico»One of them said, Brian Standefer. “Please call if you find this message», They wrote two telephone numbers on the ticket «If we are not home, leave a message with the number on the answering machine.

A message in a bottle thrown into the sea. A young man finds her in Bari and makes a request: “I want to see Ettore.”


“We were just a bunch of kids joking around and looking to do something fun,” Standefer, now 38, recalled. He and three other friends, Drew Placek, Travis Kassler E Lance Kasler, who stayed in touch for years, reunited when Kassler died of a heart attack a year and a half ago. “We were devastated,” Standefer explained.

«Message in a bottle!», in this case not the famous 1979 police song, but the phrase that surprised a volunteer cleanup worker at Mac McGaffey Highland Bayou Park last month when he noticed a message bottle partially buried in the mud. , just three kilometers from where it was thrown 27 years ago. Volunteers reported the discovery to a local TV station, which posted a photo of the message Facebook page of the Keep La Marque Beautiful Commission. Many residents recognized Standefer’s name. “Seeing my handwriting and the names of my friends – he underlined – is a wonderful and exciting thing, especially since we lost Travis”.

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