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    1. I was sent a photo in the post, anonymously. I have an idea who might have sent it, but cannot be certain. But it was in 1975, and I have heard nothing since. At the time, I presumed the sender was implying that I was the father of her little girl.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Not any of my family, that was certain. And if a disappeared child, why no name or message?
      It has remained a potential mystery all my life, but I have an idea who sent it. I cannot name names of course, as all involved are probably still alive.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. Many years ago, I was sent a photo of a little girl aged about 2 or 3. It was sent to a place where I used to work, and the owner forwarded it to my home address. That was all that was in the envelope, and it had a local postmark. I could only presume the inference that she was mine.
      But that was in 1975, and I have heard nothing since. I still have the photo, in an old album. I was thinking about it in 2019, and wrote this down in a notebook.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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      1. Oh, wow! Same thing happened to my grandpa years ago.
        A woman showed up and said she has a child for him.
        Maybe, just maybe, it might not be yours or my Grandpa’s. Lookalikes are everywhere these days.

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