DAYTONA, Fla. - The US Postal Service has been called "snail mail," but for one man, that name was taken to a whole new level.
A mother mailed a postcard to a Virginia man in 1958, but it didn't
show up until recently in a South Daytona family's mailbox.
They used Facebook to track down the intended recipient who says it's definitely his mother's handwriting.
Officials don't know why it took more than half a century to deliver the postcard.
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