Luck chain letter in English. Death-Lottery type. "Love" as title and postscript. From France, 1999.

                                        WITH LOVE       -     ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE

This letter has been sent for Good Luck. The original is in New England. It has been around the
world nine times. This Luck has now been sent to you. You will receive luck within four days of
receiving this letter if you in turn send it out.

This is no joke. You will receive luck. Do Not Send Money. Fate and Love has no price. Do
Not Keep This Letter; it must leave you within 96 hours.

A R.A.F Officer received £70,000. John Elliot received £40,000 and lost it because he broke the
chain. A lady in the Philippines received £7,773,000.

Please send 20 copies out and see what happens in four days. The chain comes from Venezuela and
was written by Samuel Anthes De Oroup, a missionary from South America. Since the copy must
tour the world, you must mail 20 copies to friends and associates. After a few days you will get a
surprise. This is true even if you are suspicious.


Constantine Older received the letter in 1953. He had his secretary make 20 copies and send them
out. A few days later she won the lottery for £32,000. Carl Deddin, an office employee received
the letter, forgot that it had to leave his hands within 96 hours and lost his job. After finding the
letter, he mailed 20 copies a few days later and found a better job.

In 1987, a young woman in California received a copy of the letter which was in bad condition.
She was plagued by a lot of automobile problems and expensive repair bills. The letter did not leave
her hands within 96 hours. However, she finally retyped the letter, sent it out and won a brand new
car within days.

                                            REMEMBER  -  SEND NO MONEY.

                                                           ALSO REMEMBER  -

                                WITH LOVE -  ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE.

Smeared photocopy of word processor original. Lines preserved. Collected by J. B. Renard in Montpellier, France on March 25, 1999. Digitized by DWV.


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