He Killed Himself After An Argument With His Mom. What She Did Next Is Unbelievable.
Hallie didn’t want her son to just sit upon a shelf for her benefit.
She wanted him to be able to travel the world one last time.
So, this mother made a request on Facebook. She enlisted the help of others to take him to lands he never even dreamed of.
At first just her friends were helping… but then after the original post was shared over 100 times, strangers began volunteering to help C.J. travel, too.
At Lake Pattagansett in East Lyme, Connecticut.
There are only two rules for helping scatter C.J.’s ashes. (This photo is at St. Paul’s Chapel in NYC.)
They have to tell him that his mother will always love him.
They have to tell him that she is sorry. (At St. Theresa’s Chapel Beach in Juneau, Alaska.)
“YOU MUST AGREE TO SAY THAT,” Hallie posted on Facebook. (Near the Hollywood sign in California.)
Given how Hallie and C.J. were before they were separated… (At the Gulf of Mexico.)
She wants him to know, for sure, before he takes off into the world. (From Iron Mountain in California.)
At Lake Erie in Cleveland, Ohio.
In Plymouth, Massachusetts.
At Milford Lake in Kansas.
At Kalapana-Kapoho Road in Hawaii.
Inside the Banyan Tree at Rainbow Falls in Hawaii.
These are all of the different places that C.J.’s ashes have been scattered across the US, but they aren’t the only places.
Over 150 packets of his ashes have been sent around the world. One volunteer said they would even take him to the top of Mount Everest.
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