By: Lauren Keith
"It's been around, people have said, ‘don't take it down or we'll get lost!’ Before the high school was here and this road didn't go through, that's what people used to find the blacktop!” said Judi.
"He used to say he could weld anything, but a broken heart or the break of day," said Lucille.
She also claims her husband would often do welding projects for free, but there was something never for sale - his World War II bomb shell.
What's more frustrating for this family, just a few days after the bomb turned up missing, Judi found a note in the mailbox.
The Gibson's hope it only takes a short amount of time to solve this mystery, and get their special landmark back in its place.
"I just want it back,” says a desperate Lucille.
If you have any idea where the bomb might be, the Gibsons offer a $100 cash reward.
They also say they won't even ask questions, they just want it back.