A love poem, along with a photograph was found in a bottle entangled in a clump of seaweed on a sandy beach. It was discovered by a surfer in Meadow Lane, Southampton, New York.
David Hamilton, a young teenage surfer, and his girlfriend were walking along the beach and found the French letter handwritten on paper, dating back to: April 14, 1912.
Hamilton told the news media that he tried to translate it using the Internet, but could only interpret the words relat-ing to love, death and losing someone. He assumed that it was a suicide note and took it to his high school French teacher for unravelling. It was then pointed out to him that the message was in actuality a love letter written by Adrien Benoit Dubois, to his wife Antoinette, on the night the Titanic sank . . .
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