Woman Buys $2.99 Ornament At Thrift Store— What She Notices Inside— Daughter Wouldn’t Touch It

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  • Published on:  Saturday, July 28, 2018
  • Priscilla Bailey spotted the blue-and-silver heart-shaped bauble among the used goods at the Plymouth Savers store. And she thought that it would look pretty displayed alongside her collection of other similar pieces.

    She paid $2.99 for the item and, despite wondering what might be inside the glass heart, she took it home. “I thought about it for a minute when I first picked it up,” Bailey subsequently told CBS Boston. “I thought it was pretty, so maybe it was meant to come here.”

    After Priscilla arrived home, the trinket caught the eye of her daughter, Kat Bartlett, who on closer inspection made a shocking discovery. Bartlett has a keen interest in ornamental glass and sells repurposed glassware online.



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  • barb ryll

     (Jul 29, 2018)

    Looks like the heart ended up in the right hands!! Can hardly wait for the mystery to be solved!! Thanks for sharing and goodluck

  • TheAuntieBa

     (Dec 27, 2018)

    Wolfgang Kulik Ashes of loved ones, human or pet, are often carried in hearts, little bottles or other jewelry. It a comforting way to keep the memory of a dear one near.

  • Mary Lou Mooney

     (Nov 20, 2018)

    barb ryll thanks

  • TruthAndMoreTruth

     (Aug 5, 2018)

    It was an urn holding someone's ashes.They never found out who they belong to.I just saved you 5:48 of wasted time watching them drag this out.You're welcome!

  • Katie Brunelle

     (Mar 15, 2019)

    I was looking for this the whole time

  • Snow White

     (Feb 20, 2019)

    Thank you!

  • Sondra Leonard

     (Jul 29, 2018)

    I hope a person who knew the owner of the ashes sees this and claims it. Thank you for caring for the remains of a life filled heart

  • ty allen-trenholme

     (Jul 29, 2018)

    OMG You do tend to go on and on... Get to the point

  • Andrew Rook

     (Nov 24, 2018)

    +Ashley Vibes yes it's true

  • nikagirl7

     (Aug 31, 2018)

    I'm laughing so hard right now 😄

  • Robert Telarket

     (Jul 28, 2018)

    It may have been lying in the home of elderly person without any remaining children or relatives, whose mate, child, parent, etc. died, cremated and remains placed in there. Then this elderly died suddenly with no one aware of contents.

  • Car Bro

     (Nov 7, 2018)

    This is what I think Robert, this is why a Will is necessary, especially when a very small family has once existed, and no one is an heir to whatever was left behind. No one to fight over what was left, or admired. Right now, I have a lot of request for things that my family is hoping for if something should happen to me, or if they should out live me. Yet they explains that they hope that I would live a longer life. It is so heart to make a Will, because they are asking to be left the same things....

  • Pat Depaula

     (Sep 17, 2018)

    Robert Telarket so true about the Thrift Shop locket

  • Angelbreeze

     (Aug 14, 2018)

    ... I was expecting a Siri voice. WHAT A PLEASANT SURPRISE :D

  • The Female Plug

     (Jul 29, 2018)

    Glad Nobody Dropped it

  • Pitmaster4Lyfe

     (Jul 28, 2018)

    I think it's from a cat or a dog because it's so small.

  • Key Lock

     (Nov 20, 2018)

    Pitmaster4Lyfe: Don't bet on that one. I had my cat cremated, my parents were both cremated, my cat was only 18 pounds, my parents weighed a heck of a lot more than that, but when we got their ashes, they were identical in size to my Cats cremains!So you just can't go by the amount of ash in there, also someone may have taken part of them and given to another family member, lessening the content even further.But the original bags we received for each of my parents when they passed away a...

  • GhostCity Shelton

     (Aug 29, 2018)

    I have a friend who wears a tiny container around his neck with his brother's ashes in it.

  • Judy Berends

     (Jul 28, 2018)

    I would keep it in a safer place ...not hanging in the kitchen above the sink. I hope they find the owner.

  • Key Lock

     (Nov 20, 2018)

    +alice dilley Personally if I had them and couldn't find a living relative, I'm taking them to a local Funeral Parlor or Calling a HazMat Team to dispose of whatever is in there.So we have no idea what they really are and are guessing, best to let the professionals handle the disposal of something that could contain a life threatening disease or plague.Especially since we have no idea if these are cremains or not, and if they are, we have no clue as to what the person died of.Always pra...

  • Key Lock

     (Aug 29, 2018)

    You're absolutely wrong about that. Fire DOES NOT kill all pathogens, they thought that way eons ago, when they burned the bodies of folks, but all that did was SPOUT those very pathogens into the air and create more disease and death for the living.Anyone near where they burned bodies and inhaled the smoke would also come down with the disease. But they did not know this when they were doing these archaic and much outdated events of disposing of infected bodies in mass funeral pyres back then...

  • crush soda

     (Jul 29, 2018)

    Wow. ashes from a loved one.