Cop Comes Across ‘Alarming’ Scene In Woods, Discovers Couple’s 22 Year Secret

Although David “Rocky” Barlett and his beloved woman Evelyn Adams had been living together for the last twenty-two years, they never officially tied the knot. Part of the reason for their hesitancy to get married was that they were homeless, living in a dire encampment outside of a Florida town. Now, however, the local community has learned to love the homeless couple and even threw them the wedding of their dreams, so the pair could officially celebrate their love for one another as a married couple

Evelyn and Rocky were not homeless throughout their entire romance. Things took a turn for the worst in their lives about three years ago, which was when they had to abandon their lives in a home and live in an encampment in a wooded area of Florida. Now, they’re married and looking to take charge of their lives and make more out of their future together.

“It was a Cinderella story,” Evelyn told ABC News. “It was the happiest moment of my and Rocky’s life. I was breathless.”

The community of South Tampa, where they had been living in a wooded area without permission from the local government, united around the lovebirds and helped them have the wedding they had always dreamed of having. The crux of the celebration came when the owners of Cross Creek Ranch in Dover, Florida, heard about the couple’s sad story and decided to throw them a wedding for free.

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