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INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA - JANUARY 17: An activist shows a PET bottle with rice and a USB drive on an island near the DMZ on January 17, 2018 in Incheon, South Korea. The human rights group organised by North Korean defectors in South Korea dispatched 500 PET bottles into the sea near the Korean border with supplies, including rice, 200 USB drives containing South Korean entertainment and anti-North Korean news, and a memo of a Christian message, in the hopes that North Korean residents would pick them up. (Photo by Jean Chung/Getty Images)

A Kentucky man’s memory is living on in Spain thanks to a message in a bottle.

Jerry Whitt’s wife Mary included his ashes after he died suddenly two years ago. She took a trip to Florida and threw the bottle in the ocean, thinking it’d be a good way for him to travel. And it was. Jerry made it all the way to Spain where a family found the bottle on a beach.

They abided by the woman’s wishes to scatter his ashes in the Atlantic. She said watching the video was so heartwarming.

Source: UPI