In 2014, Vicky Pyne’s daughter Alice passed away from Hodgkin’s lymphoma. By her 16th birthday, Alice knew she wouldn’t make it, so she decided to leave behind a special keepsake for Vicky. Alice crafted a silver necklace featuring two hearts — one with her fingerprint, the other of her sister’s fingerprint.
From the moment she received the precious necklace, Vicky never took it off. Alice passed away soon after at the age of 17.
About one year later, Vicky traveled to New York City for the very first time. While taking photos around the city, she went to feel for her necklace as she so often did — but it wasn’t around her neck.
Vicky realized she lost her daughter’s necklace on the crowded streets of Manhattan. She panicked and tried retracing her steps, but no luck.
Heartbroken, Vicky had to go back to her home in Manchester, England. She couldn’t believe the necklace wasn’t going with her.
Immediately, she took to Facebook to post a public plea. What were the chances someone would not only find this priceless necklace in the world’s busiest city, but also see her Facebook post and return it?
…Better than you’d think.
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