A red and orange 'mailbox of hope' now stands as a lasting memorial in the Outer Banks town of Kitty Hawk to the 4-year-old New Hampshire boy who was swept to sea by a "rogue wave" on April 25.
A red and orange 'mailbox of hope' now stands as a lasting memorial in the Outer Banks town of Kitty Hawk to the 4-year-old New Hampshire boy who was swept to sea by a "rogue wave" on April 25. Screen grab of WTKR photo
A red and orange 'mailbox of hope' now stands as a lasting memorial in the Outer Banks town of Kitty Hawk to the 4-year-old New Hampshire boy who was swept to sea by a "rogue wave" on April 25. Screen grab of WTKR photo

Boy was swept away at sea. Outer Banks town dedicates ‘mailbox of hope’ to his memory

May 25, 2018 09:06 PM