Sometimes it’s better late than never.
A woman in California recently reunited with her wallet, which she lost in 1975.
Colleen Distin of Ventura, California, was in her early 20s watching a movie at the Majestic Ventura Theater when her wallet containing family photos and a $ 200 check fell out of a hole in her bag, according to the Associated Press.
“I remember calling the next day when I found out he wasn’t there,” Distin told the Ventura County star. “They said no one found him, but to call, which I did.”
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However, Distin would not get it back for another 46 years after an employee who redesigned the historic theater found the wallet in a crawl space.
“I would never have imagined,”
Although the wallet had no money, it had a ticket to a 1973 Grateful Dead concert, old photos, and a Distin driver’s license that expired in 1976.
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Stevens posted about finding the wallet on social media, hoping to track down Destin and return her wallet.
“Does anyone know Colleen Dystin?” Stevens wrote on the Majestic Ventura Theater’s Facebook page. “While we were doing some support, we found her wallet. There are a bunch of pictures of people and they’re great from that era too. Someone might want them. So if you’re or if you know Colleen, send us a line and we’ll have it here for you. ! “
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Just hours after Stevens published the question, Distin received a call about the question and replied that the wallet was hers.
Stevens returned it to her on Friday.
“It’s very emotional,” Distin told the star. “That kind of surprised me.” She said she was “excited,” but then suddenly looked back in time. Distin said, “Start seeing things and going back to your past. It’s like a time capsule.”