Luck chain letter. Lottery-Death type. Experiences solicited.
28 names. US, 1975.
This chain that comes from Venezuela was written by St. Antoine
de Sidi, a missionary
from South America. Since the chain must make a tour of the world,
you must make 20
copies identical to this one, and send it to your friends, parents
After a few days, you will get a surprise. Constantine Disco received
the Chain in
1953. He asked his secretary to make 24 copies and send them. A
few days later he
won the lottery of $2,000,000.00 in his country. Carlos Brandt,
an office worker,
received the chain. He forgot it and lost it. A few days
later he lost his job. He
found the letter, sent out 24 copies, and nine days later he got
a better job. Zenin
Berreskelli received the chain. He did not believe in it and threw
it away. Nine
days later he died. Ken Freidman, an artist, tried the chain.
Within nine days he
received a great deal of help in two projects and a major exhibition
in a big museum.
He added these facts to the second chain he received, which he
promptly sent out
again. Frequently people have received money. Don Elliott
got $68,000,00 but lost it
because he broke the chain. Henrik Nove received a great
message nine days after he
received this letter. General Walsh received the letter in
the Phillipines, received
$7,775,000 but six days later lost his life because he failed to
circulate the chain.
For no reason should this chain be broken.
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and all will
acknowledge that he will light the way.
This prayer has been sent to you for Good Luck; the original copy
came from the
Netherlands. It has been around the world ten times. The
luck has been sent to you;
You are to receive the Good Luck four days after receiving this
letter. It is not a joke;
you will receive it in the Mail. Send 20 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
96 hours after you receive it.
Please send 20 copies and then see what happens
the fourth day after. Add your name
to the bottom of this and leave off the top name when copying this
letter. You may add
information about what happens to you if ever received this chain
David Metcalfe Louis
F. Polk, Jr.
Frederick A. Melhado
Lady Jane Rayne Fifi Fell
Marie Frances Cosgrave
Alice W. Lorillard
Nancy T Margole [?]
Rosalie C. Culver
Helen C. Tweedy
Alida D. Talmage
Photocopy (gen. 7+). Source has variable
width characters. Lines preserved. Preston, 1976 - version B, type 3.
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