While going around a neighborhood yard sale, I came across a Minolta 16. I was telling the owner about it and how lacking a film cartridge was going to hurt her sale when she said she had her father's old Kodak and would I like to see it. Of course. She comes out with a very nice looking 2A Folding Rainbow Hawk-Eye (circa 1932) with film in it and exposure number 8 in the red window. Her father had passed on in 1988. I didn't want the camera and I'm sure she didn't want to part with it anyway but I offered to develop the film for her. I wound it off and opened it up to reveal some 116 Verichrome Pan. Thinking that it dated from the 80's, I thought an image was certainly possible. Anyway, I souped it in some Rodinal 1:50 (I know, but that is what I had handy) and there were good images. Fog wasn't bad at all but contrast was a bit lacking. I sleeved the negs and took them back to her and she identified the kid in one picture as her son, now 47. Well, the kid in the picture wasn't over 5 or 6 so the image had been latent for well over 40 years. Good old Verichrome Pan. Oh, and number 8 was blank and even though it had been sitting next to the red window for over 40 years there was no noticeable exposure.