I recently came across an exposed 620 roll of Verichrome Pan. Having read about found film several times here at Photo.net I was eager to have a go at it myself. From the research and reading I had done, I knew that I'd be lucky to get anything usable but that didn't bother me. For me, the fun is mostly in the doing. I found the Kodak data sheet and saw that the developer I use (T-Max) was listed, so that gave me a baseline for developing time. My working mix is several months old and has seen a fair bit of use, so I add some extra time to compensate, and added some time to compensate for the age of the film. Ultimately the film spent 10:30 in the T-Max (4:1) at room temperature (77 degrees yesterday.) When I first took the film out of the tank I saw nothing but black, but then as I unrolled it I realized it was only the last couple frames that were gone - someone probably opened the camera without realizing there was film in it. The rest of the frames were actually fairly good! They weren't all in great focus, or great exposure, but as simple snapshots go, they'd have done the job. As for the actual images... I have no idea who the people are, where the shots were taken, when they were taken... it's all a mystery. Still, it's an interesting glimpse into the memorable moments of a stranger.