http://www.ksbw.com/news/15380283/detail.html When the crew hoisted up the shark, something strange fell out of it. "I've seen a lot of sharks and a lot of things, but never a wallet come out of a shark," Pennisi said. "I was wondering what else was in there. He has a pretty big belly." Along with several seagulls and a few furry sea creatures, the crew found a wallet that had a date from 1972 inscribed on it. The mystery of whose wallet was found may go unanswered, and there was no identification inside the wallet -- just a few words in both English and Japanese. I've seen a lot of missing people from boats/ships on the networks. Maybe one of those is the owner of the wallet? A quick search revealed this: http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1430dmbc.html He's native and not Japanese but who knows... What other cases could it be?