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Yes, this is wrong address!

DUBLIN — It was bound for Dublin, but the letter Jim Bell found in his mailbox last Friday should have been in Ireland, not Virginia.
Bell said he supposes the letter ended up in his mailbox because the barcode stamped at the bottom of it was the proper nine-digit zip code for his address. How that code got on this letter is unknown.
The letter appears to have been postmarked in Germany on May 8. It was bound for a Felix Ganghofer in Embury House, a boarding house for male students, at Wesley College in Dublin, Ireland.
The return address appears on the lower left side of the envelope rather than the upper left side. It was sent by Marion Ganghofer of Bad Wiessee, Germany, which is a spa town on Lake Tegemsee in Bavaria, Germany.
Since it has already been three weeks trying to reach its destination, Bell said he’s not going to take time to return it to the post office.
Instead, he indicated he intends to place it in another envelope with an explanation of its journey, then re-address it, and send it on its way.
Maybe this time it will complete its journey and end up in the correct box.

Yes, this is wrong address!

DUBLIN — It was bound for Dublin, but the letter Jim Bell found in his mailbox last Friday should have been in Ireland, not Virginia.
Bell said he supposes the letter ended up in his mailbox because the barcode stamped at the bottom of it was the proper nine-digit zip code for his address. How that code got on this letter is unknown.
The letter appears to have been postmarked in Germany on May 8. It was bound for a Felix Ganghofer in Embury House, a boarding house for male students, at Wesley College in Dublin, Ireland.
The return address appears on the lower left side of the envelope rather than the upper left side. It was sent by Marion Ganghofer of Bad Wiessee, Germany, which is a spa town on Lake Tegemsee in Bavaria, Germany.
Since it has already been three weeks trying to reach its destination, Bell said he’s not going to take time to return it to the post office.
Instead, he indicated he intends to place it in another envelope with an explanation of its journey, then re-address it, and send it on its way.
Maybe this time it will complete its journey and end up in the correct box.