In some bizarre news this festive season, a stack of Christmas cards mailed in 1953 have finally found their recipients after a six-decade journey.
According to the Daily Freeman, the cards were sent to Vincent and Marina Maggiore.
After sixty years, a New York City flea market vendor found the cards at an auction.
Rick Buser, who was shopping at a flea market and used to live in Ulster County, spotted the cards, Fox News reported.
Buser said that he noticed a box of cards and thought it was kind of odd that someone would be selling mail.