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Long-Lost Charm Bracelet Finds Its Old Owner

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Ruthe Harshman will be reunited with her charm bracelet, which she lost at Heathrow airport 20 years ago this month. Mary Christensen hide caption

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Ruthe Harshman will be reunited with her charm bracelet, which she lost at Heathrow airport 20 years ago this month.

Mary Christensen

Recently, All Things Considered aired a commentary about a charm bracelet that, 20 years ago, accidentally found its way into the wrong bag because of airport security.

Now, one of our listeners has helped us connect the charm bracelet with its owner.

Mary Christensen, who currently has the bracelet, and Ruthe Harshman, who lost the bracelet two decades ago, talk to Michele Norris.

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