Hunter Shamatt traveled home to South Dakota after flying to Las Vegas for his sister’s wedding. It wasn’t until he walked through his front door that he realized his wallet was missing. It had $60 cash inside, plus a check for $400.
Hunter went into panic mode and assumed his wallet was gone forever. With his mounting school loans and car payments, money was tight, and every dollar counted.
But one week later, Hunter was shocked to find the wallet, and all the cash, sitting in his mailbox.
The unexpected delivery came with a handwritten note from the Good Samaritan who found it:
“Hunter, found this on the Frontier flight from Omaha to Denver — row 12 seat F, wedged between the seat and the wall. Thought you might want it back.”
It was reason enough for Hunter to feel his faith in humanity restored. But then he read the “P.S.” note included at the bottom of the message.
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