Luck chain letter. Death-Lottery type. "St. Jude / It Works." Love title. Don't sign. US, 1992.

                               WITH LOVE ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE

This paper  has been  sent to you for good luck.  The original is
in Newland.   It has been around the world nine times.   The luck
has now been sent to you.  You will receive good luck within four
days of receiving this letter provided you, in return sent it on.

This is no joke.  You will receive good luck in the mail. Send no
money.   Send copies  to people  you think  need good luck, don't
send money; as fate has no price.  Do not  keep this  letter.  It
must leave your hands within 96 hours.

An RAF  officer received $47,000, while in the Phillippines, Gina
Welch lost his wife 51  days  after  receiving  the  letter,   he
failed  to  circulate  the  letter.  Before her death he received
$7,775,000 after circulating it just prior.

Please send 20 copies and see  what  happens  in  four  days. The
chain comes  from Venezuela,  and was  written by Saul Anthony De
Group, a missionary from South AfricaSince the copy  must tour
the world,  you will  get a  surprise . This is true, even if you
are not supertitious.

So note the following:   Constantina  Dino received  the chain in
1985.   He asked  hiw secretary  to make  20 copies and send them
out.  A few  days later  he won  the lottery  of over  20 million
dollars.   Carlo Daddit, an officer employee, received the letter
and forgot it had to leave his hands within 96 hours. He lost his
job.  Later finding the letter again, he mailed 20 copies.  A few
days later he got a better  job.   Dalen Fairchild  received this
letter and  not believing,  he threw  the letter away.  Nine days
later he died.

In 1967 the letter was received by a young woman in Californa, it
was  faded  and  barely  visable.   She promised herself that she
would re-type the letter and send it on.  But she put it aside to
do  it  later  and  she  forgot.    She  was plagued with various
problems, including expensive car  repairs.   The letter  did not
leave her  hands in  96 hours.   She  finally typed the letter as
promised and within days she won a brand new automobile.

REMEMBER:  Send no money and do not sign this.

                            St. Jude
                            It works.

Photocopy of typed original (fully justified by spacing). Keystrokes preserved. Sic "... sent it on", "hiw" for "his", "barely visable". Sent to Paul Smith dated June 23, 1992. Supplied by Preston.


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