Luck chain letter (published). Early Death-Lottery type. Proverbs title. Canada, 1973.

Trust the Lord with all your heart, and all will acknowledge and he will light your way.

  This prayer has been sent to you for good luck. The original copy came from the Netherlands. It has been around the world nine times. The luck has been sent to you. You are to receive good luck within four days of receiving this letter. It is no joke. You will receive it in the mail.

  Send twenty copies of this letter to people you think need good luck. Please do not send money. Do not keep this letter. It must leave within ninety-six hours after you receive it. A.P.S. Officer received $70,000. Dan Elliat received $60,000, but he lost it because he broke the chain. He failed to circulate this prayer. However, before his death he received $175,000, which he won.

  Please send twenty copies and see what happens on the fourth day after. Add your name to the bottom of this list, and leave the top name off when circulating this letter.

Red Thinlay        A.S. Robbie       G. Mazliach
William Breedkin   Perek R. Ward     G. Jean Marie
John Ecconomistes  V. R. Stasuk      Lise V. Plouffe
C.V. Evans         T.A. Knight       D. Couture
A. Payne           Frank Davignon    S. Fortier
Donald C. Henley   W.R. Tetreault    S. Cassat
M.I. Maeen         R.F. Hider        J. Colombo

This chain comes from Venezuela, was written by St. Aptime de Cadla, a missionary from South America.

  Since this chain must take a tour of the world, you must make twenty copies identical to this one and send it to your friends, parents or acquaintances and after a few days you will get a surprise. This is true even if you are not superstitious; take note of the following:

  Constantine Dios received the chain in 1953. He asked his secretary to make twenty copies and send them. A few days later he won the lottery of $2,000,000.

  Garlos Psandk, an office employee, received this chain. He forgot it and lost it. A few days later he lost his job. He found the chain and sent twenty copies. Nine days later he got a better job.

  Zarin Berrachille received the chain. Not believing it, he threw it away. Nine days later he died for no reason.

  Make twenty copies and send them. In nine days you will get a surprise.

From: Colombo's little book of Canadian proverbs, graffiti, limericks, & other vital matters" compiled by John Robert Colombo; ill. by Peter Whalley & David J. Shaw. Edmonton, Alberta : Hurtig Publishers, ca. 1975. Colombo states: "I failed to make my twenty copies, perhaps that explains my failure to win the Quebec Lottery." Collapses Don Elliot and "Death and money" testimonials in D20 block. Received by Colombo in November, 1973.


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