Luck chain letter (published fragments). Good Luck type. England, 1927.

[You are requested to send a copy of the message to nine people, and then comes the threat of 'luck'.]

Whoever does this will have great joy and happiness, but to those who neglect this will come misfortune. Do not break the chain. It was started on a Flanders battlefield.

English Folklore, A.R. Wright, New York, p. 103. 
Mentions ". . . familiar. . . 'chains of luck' which for a number of years, right up to 1928, have worried nervous women.


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