Man reunited with wallet lost in Antarctica 53 years ago
Nelvin C. Cepeda/The San Diego Union-Tribune/TNS

In October 1967, Navy meteorologist Paul Grisham shipped out to Antarctica, where he worked as a weather forecaster for a science station and airport on Ross Island. Thirteen months later, he returned to his family in sunny California, but his wallet never left. On Saturday, the now 91-year-old Grisham was reunited with his long-lost billfold, which was found behind a locker during the demolition of a building at McMurdo Station, the southernmost town on Earth. Inside the recovered wallet was Grisham's Navy ID, his driver's license, a tax withholding statement, a recipe for homemade Kahlua and...