There’s a reason why the child discovered an old photograph in the automobile whose owner lived 200 kilometers away


American resident Cathy Posten found an unexpected discovery in her car: a vintage black-and-white photograph.

On the reverse of the photograph, which features a woman holding her infant, are the couple’s first and surname names as well as the year it was shot.

The image was taken in 1942. Cathy came to the conclusion that the early December tornado that was wreaking havoc in the area was to blame for this picture ending up in the car.

Kentucky turned out to be the region that was most severely damaged.

Posten learned from news reports that debris had been discovered a long way from the buildings.

The young woman decided to identify the picture’s owner.

The child posted on social media with a request for readers to spread the word to carry out her plan.

She signed the posts, “If anyone knows or assumes who is shown in the photo, please let me know.”

The article was shared by thousands of readers in only a few hours. There were too many texts for the girl to read all of them at once.

She did learn that Kentucky has a high prevalence of the last name on the back of the find, though.

The distance between the place and the discovery is around 200 miles.

“I knew the owner was far away, but I had no clue it was so far away,” the speaker said.

When being contacted, Cole Swatzell acknowledged that the image was really his.

He claims that the woman in the picture is his grandma’s mom.