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Monday, January 02, 2012

Dead Woman's Holiday Card Arrives 11 Years Late

QUINNESEC, Mich. - A Christmas card that showed up in an Upper Peninsula woman's mailbox a day before the holiday turned out to be a late arrival after all: 11 years delayed to be exact.
Lorraine Beauchamp says the envelope was postmarked in 2000 and has a 33-cent stamp, the price of first-class mail 11 years ago. And the sender, her sister-in-law Marion Beauchamp, died in 2010.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

And the post office just don't understand why people are using email instead of snail mail.....