Dr. Joseph Linsk of Atlantic City, N.J., has held on to a secret for more than 80 years. Stefanie Campolo/The Press of Atlantic City hide caption

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A Lifelong Secret: Can You Help This Ailing 94-Year-Old Man Make Amends?

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In Prison And Outside, He Found His 'Iota Of Light': A Mentor Named Fred

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Leslye Huff, 66, and Mary Ostendorf, 79, in Cleveland, where they recorded their StoryCorps interview. StoryCorps hide caption

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Once Unwelcome News, Her Daughter's Outing Opened Door For A New Love

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From Afghanistan To U.S., A Lesson In Love — One Thanksgiving At A Time

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To Survive A Post-Election Thanksgiving, Try StoryCorps' Oral History Project

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'The Great Thanksgiving Listen': StoryCorps Asks Listeners To Record Conversations

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In A Family's First House, A Lasting Lesson: You Can Always Give

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Items left for loved ones at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in 2014. Hundreds of thousands of such items have been left behind at the wall in commemoration, according to the National Park Service. Molly Riley/AP hide caption

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Watcher At The Wall: One Veteran Finds A Lifeline In All That's Left Behind

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Hartmut Lau and his wife, Barbara, on a recent visit with StoryCorps in Austin, Texas. StoryCorps hide caption

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The Pain Of 'Perfectly Normal': A Vietnam Vet's Long-Silent Torment

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Just In Time For The Election, It's Time For Some Family Political Therapy

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Jasmine Pacheco and her mother, Carmen Pacheco-Jones, on their recent visit with StoryCorps in Spokane, Wash. StoryCorps hide caption

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Out Of The 'Wreckage Of The Past,' A Family Salvaged By Love

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They Came To America And Found Love. But First, They Found 'Love' In A Dictionary

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In A Jail Sentence, A Veteran's Redemption — With Help From A Fellow Vet

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In a photo taken just hours before his death, John T. Williams sits at Victor Steinbrueck Park in Seattle. Williams would carve here regularly. Courtesy of Jay Hollingsworth, John T. Williams Organizing Committee hide caption

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Years After Police Shooting, Woodcarver's Brother Remembers The Man He Lost

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A Decade After Amish School Shooting, Gunman's Mother Talks Of Forgiveness

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