If you've ever lost someone, then you've felt the pain of wanting one last conversation—to let your loved one know just how much they're missed. In Otsuchi, Japan, Itaru Sasaki was so deeply saddened by the loss of his cousin that he built a glass phone booth with a disconnected rotary phone to "call" his deceased relative. Little did he know, the booth would later bring closure to thousands of disaster-stricken families.
A Call For Closure
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The village of Nagoro in Japan has a higher population of scarecrows than people. 00:01
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