The Rayne Frog Festival is underway and one vendor at the Southern Louisiana festival hopes to return these ashes she found to the rightful owner.

KATC TV-3 reports that Samantha Forrestier has been a regular at the Rayne Frog Festival for years, but last year while packing up, she found this sentimental item near her trailer.

These are someone's ashes and she wants to return them to the rightful owner, so Forrestier says she is bringing them back with her this year to the Frog Festival in hopes that the person who lost them returns.

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Forrestier has posted this image and story on social media but has had no luck returning the ashes to the person who lost them last year, so if you can, consider sharing this post on your social media and perhaps the person who lost them will see your post on the social media platform.

According to KATC, Forrestier has her father's ashes in her possession so she knows the significance of the ashes she found last year at the festival.

If you'd like to see her post on social media click HERE.

 

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