MYRNA BROWN, HOST: One minute you have it, the next, it’s gone.
MARY REICHARD, HOST: Let me guess. Your wallet?
BROWN: Yep. Only this is a story about finding a wallet – 40 years after it went missing!
A man from Detroit was visiting Toronto. He found a dainty little wallet wedged into the ductwork at a mall.
The man did some digging and found the daughter of the woman who’d lost that wallet all those years ago. Vanessa Austin spoke to CBC News in Canada.
VANESSA AUSTIN: My mom’s green card from 1984, a Toronto public library card. Yeah, it’s part of our family history.
Her mother immigrated from El Salvador. And what did Austin do with it?
AUSTIN: The first thing I did when I got the wallet is I smelled it. (laughs)
REICHARD:Glad that man sniffed it out!
BROWN: It’s The World and Everything in It.
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