Ghost fleshed out

The lock of blond hair was probably clipped when the soldier was a child, tied in a knot and placed with the photo of him as a little boy, along with a note written years later by his stricken parent.

“My beloved son Carl,” the note read, “taken from me on April 1, 1865 at age 18 killed at Dinwiddie” during the Civil War. “Flights of angels sing thee to thy rest.”

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