This 1994 album had a lot more in store for this collector than just music.

When Justin Peterson received his newly-order mint copy of Soundgarden’s “Superunknown” from the internet, he found a printed note tucked inside the sleeve.

The note was from a woman named Sabine who described the record that Justin was holding in his hands as belonging to her son Mark who died of a heart attack at age 39 while running in the Oregon coastal mountains.

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The letter has been shared thousands of times since Justin shared the image to Reddit on Imgur. He says that even though he has only owned the LP for a short span of time, the history has made it one of the most valuable records in his collection.

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“When I got it, I was under the assumption that it was just a normal record, not something that was someone’s memories,” Peterson told Inside Edition.

(WATCH the Inside Edition video above…) Photo by Justin Peterson

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