Luck chain letter.  Flanders variant. From "a friend" - half linkage. Quota four, deadline 24 hours, wait 4 days.   Canada, 1927.

This letter was sent to you by a friend. Do not break the chain. Copy it and send it to four persons within 24 hours, to whom you wish good luck. The chain was started by a British officer in Flanders, and should go round the world nine times.  If you break the chain you will have bad luck. On the fourth day after sending it you will have good luck. So please copy and send it to four friends so as not to break the chain.    A Friend.

Published: The Winnipeg Tribune, "One Chain is Broken", 16 June 1927, p. 4. Found using  Entered by DWV, Nov. 29, 2013.


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