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They Found a Stack of WWII Love Letters, Then Unraveled the Mystery of the New Jersey Teens Who Wrote Them

On the way home from a weekend road trip to the Smoky Mountains, two friends, Lindsy Wolke and Megan Grant, found themselves browsing the relic room of Smoky Mountain Knife Works in eastern Tennessee.

Among the fossils and old currency, they stumbled upon a few handwritten letters from World War II. The love letters, written from 1944 to 1946, were so absorbing – and the two friends stood there reading them for so long – that an employee came by and joined them, becoming equally enthralled.

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