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Surprising story of two women went viral on social media.
Two women have starred in one of the most surprising stories on social networks, after receiving a response to their message deposited in a bottle, 40 years after throwing it into the sea.
The young women asked whoever found them to contact them at a specific address. Next, learn about the story that goes around the world, surprising Facebook users.
Natalie Smyth and Nadine Warren, then 15 years old and studying at a Kent county high school in the UK, wrote a note, put it in a bottle and threw it into the water from Cape Dungeness, in England, on 10 July 1979.
The object was found shortly thereafter by a woman in the city of Westkapelle in the Netherlands, and for all these years it was kept secret, according to Daily Mail.
Until her son Roger Woldenberg recently discovered her and contacted one of the authors of the message, as explained by Natalie Smyth, now 56.
“After a while, I remembered that Nadine and I were on a geography excursion to Dungeness. And I remember throwing plastic bottles into the sea. I can’t remember if doing this was part of the trip, to see how the currents move, but it is possible that we were only rebellious and we did it, “confessed the woman, who at first had difficulty remembering the fact.
Natalie Smyth, who now lives in Oxford, said she lost contact with her partner Nadine Warren, but recalled that she migrated to Canada.
Source: el Popular