Old family photo is blown 150 miles from Kentucky to Indiana before landing on woman’s windshield after tornado storm

An 80-year-old black and white photo that blew in from Kentucky to Indiana on Friday night

Deadly tornado storms in Kentucky are believed to have blown an 80 year-old photo 150 miles away to Indiana.

Katie Posten, 30, of New Albany, Indiana, situated across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky, was walking to her car on Saturday morning when she noticed the 1942 photo on her windshield.

Posten grabbed it and saw it was a black and white photo of a woman in a striped sundress and headscarf holding a little boy in her lap. On the back, written in cursive, it said, ‘Gertie Swatzell & J.D. Swatzell 1942.’

A few hours later, Posten would discover that the photo had made quite a journey – almost 150 miles on the back of monstrous winds.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Tommy Taylor