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This is a true story that is both tragic and bizarre. It’s tragic because a young twenty-two-year-old serviceman, married and with an infant son back home, died in Korea during the Korean War. It’s bizarre because a fellow serviceman with whom he’d been stationed at two different locations was one of the witnesses at the shooting that took his life. Then that witness later married the man’s widow and adopted his son. Even though they had a church wedding, nobody from either family showed up. Very unusual. Exactly twenty years to the day after the young serviceman died in Korea, his twenty-year-old son had a near-death experience in Vietnam. The son grew up not knowing his biological father’s name, his branch of service, how, when, or where he died, or what he looked like, until he was almost fifty-eight years old. Then fate stepped in and provided him with a reason to investigate into the past. What he found out will astound you as much as it did him.

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