A Long-Lost Love Letter Found 77 Years After a Ship Sank in WWII Reveals an Incredible Survival Story That Needs to be Told.

A Missing Fiancé

What happened to Walker is not known for sure. They do know that there isn’t a listing for a William Walker of the Wiltshire Regiment on the Commonwealth Graves Commission which would indicate his loss of life during the Second World War.


Source: Trevor Porter Wiltshite Gazette and Herald

For many years, Phyllis wondered what happened to her lover. She was sure that he couldn’t have survived. She said, “Otherwise he would have been straight round to my address. We would have been married. He loved me a lot.”

Would she find out what happened to her fiancé and how did she find the letter?

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