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24 July 2018, 16:04 | Updated: 24 July 2018, 16:21
Incredible new technology lets people hear their loved ones voices even after they have passed away.
A grieving daughter is now able to hear her late mother’s voice from beyond the grave, all thanks to this remarkable tattoo.
Caitlin Hallock’s mother Leslie Ann Bando tragically died of a heart attack in December 2015, leaving her heartbroken.
She decided to get a tattoo of her beloved mum wishing her happy birthday in a Facebook video, in the form of a soundwave.
The sound wave inking can be scanned using a special app called Skin Motion which plays the original recording aloud.
Caitlin’s husband Shane, who is a tattoo artist, was the one to ink the design on her arm - making it even more special.
Now Caitlin plays the tattoo a couple of times a day, making sure her mum's never too far away from her thoughts.
She also plays it often to her four kids who love hearing their grandmother’s voice who has left a lasting imprint on all of their lives.