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Surprising Discovery In The Streets Of Spokane!

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Joshua Katzele is here to tell you just never know what you'll find at the corner of 3rd and Maple in Spokane. While most people see gas and groceries, cars and construction, Josh did not.

"That's when I realized something was happening that is literally going to change my life," Katzele said. "It was there man, the heaven's opened, the skies sang and I've never been the same since."

So you might be asking what did Josh find.

"Basically, I have found one of the greatest swords ever made in history," Katzele said.

Katzele found a four foot metal sword on the side of the road worth more than $500.

"You can't leave the house with a sword like this, get to where you are going and realize it's not there anymore," Katzele said. "I realized I can do one of two things I can actually hold on to it or I can get it back to its rightful owner."

So he put it on Craigslist and he's waiting to find the person who might own it.

If you watch the video connected to this piece he wants to show you a couple of poses you can make with a sword. If you don't, here's a link to the Craigslist ad with more information: http://spokane.craigslist.org/laf/3742874735.html

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