When a saxon vanished, it took a family to find it
A man has told of his struggle to find the missing saxon in a story that is now being published in the New York Times.
The story, “The Lost Saxon,” tells of a father who took his three daughters to see a movie at the Saxon Theatre, where they saw the legendary giant’s head at one of the movie theatres.
He says that when they returned to the theatre a week later, the theater had gone dark.
“I had no idea that the theatre was on fire,” the father, John, told the New Yorker.
As they searched for their missing Saxon, the father says, they noticed something strange.
It was missing its headpiece, a decorative piece that hung over the left earpiece, which was also missing.
When they finally found the missing Saoxon, it was gone.
For the father and his family, it seemed like they were the only one who had been missing the Saoxons.
John’s son, Andrew, who is now in the US, says he was told about the story of the missing Sausons by a friend, but that it was not until he went to a family dinner that he discovered the true story.
Andrew was shocked to find that his father’s father, George, was the only survivor.
In his new book, The Lost Saoxone, Andrew explains what happened after the Saota’s head was found and how it was sold to an American buyer for $2 million.
George’s story has not been told before.
In an interview with ABC News, Andrew said the story is a perfect fit for the times.
His father was one of four Sauson families to be buried at sea.
Andrew and his father were able to find a copy of the book that George had in his house.
He was able to tell the story and show his father what happened to his father, he said.
Andrew, who grew up in the family’s home town of New Britain, New Hampshire, said he was excited to share the story with the world.
John and Andrew have now started a new website called www.lostsausons.com and have posted a message on their Facebook page, which has received nearly 2,000 shares.
Andrew told ABC News he and his wife are now living with the knowledge of what happened and how the family felt when they found out.
Andrew and John hope the story will be an inspiration to others who want to help their father find his lost Saxon.
They are also encouraging others to share their story with others and to take part in a crowdfunding campaign to help with their father’s search.
ABC News’ Kate Dolan, Laura Mazzilli and Adam Taylor contributed to this story.