I located the grandson of a (earlier) famous mindreading couple, and he was amazed that anyone would remember/be interested in them.
("I never ever dreamed my grandparents were collectable", he said)
Later with his wife, they visited me in my home and was very generous, as he shared his candid memories of his family history.
He had brought some photos and assorted items to show me, and added, "but these other items, I would like you to have."
Among the items, was a folded poster, featuring his grandmother and________ on the same bill. (That______name making it worth several hundred dollars or more.)
I froze, my eyes widening, at the same time, checking myself, lest I reveal my excitement.
I tried to continue making conversation and then stopped, and said, "I'm sorry, but right now, I feel like I'm in an old morality play, the devil speaking to me in one ear, and an angle speaking in the other....I know I won't be able to live with myself if I don't tell you something."
"Are you going to tell me this is worth a lot of money".
I explained yes and I would like to compensate him for it, or he might want to hold on to it for now, because of it's value.
He said he appreciated that, but wanted me to have it regardless, but he always wanted to go to The Magic Castle, he had heard about, and could I arrange that?
From an old Gospel song: "Rich I am, but not from Satan's wages..."