Two-liter preserves young girl's notes for more than 25 years
Carmelita Haynes was 12 years old when she slid a couple of handwritten notes into a plastic Pepsi bottle, removed the label and tightened the cap with pliers before tossing it into a swollen creek in front of her home on Peter Fork Road in a Pike County hollow more than 25 years ago.
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#1 Feb 19, 2013
Message in a Bottle revisited its incredible that a note could last that long, except maybe s pirates map, lol!! I think Carmelita was lucky go have written her name or address that they could track it back to her
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