Luck chain letter. Lottery-Death type. Experiences solicited. 28 names. US, 1975.

This chain which comes from Venezuela was written by St. Antoine di 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 or acquaintances.  After a few days, you will
get a surprise.

Constantine Dias received the Chain in 1953.  After his secretary made
and sent 20 copies, he won the lottery of $2,000,000 in his country.
Carlos Brandt received the Chain, forgot and lost it.  A few days later
he lost his job.  He found the letter, sent out 20 copies, and nine
days later got a better job.  Zerin Berreskelli did not believe the
Chain and threw it away.  Nine days later he died.  Ken Friedman, an
artist, tried the Chain and within 9 days received a great deal of help
on 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 receive money:  Don Elliot got $68,000 but lost it
because he broke the Chain.  Henrik Have received a great message 9 days
after he received this letter.  General Walsh in the Phillipines got
$775,000 but six days later lost his life because he failed to cir-
culate the Chain.

For no reason should this Chain be broken.


This prayer has been sent to you for Good Luck.  The original copy came
from the Netherlands.  It has been around the world 10 times.  The
luck has been sent to you.  You are to receive the Good Luck four days
after getting 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.  Then see what happens
the 4th 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 you ever received this Chain before.

                                              Lita Arnold              Joseph R. Parker
      Lord wilton      Andrea Comol diSocebran  Sumner Schlesinger
      Lady Dudley      Michael Marston          Harry White
      Lady Jane Rayne  Lani Mein               Susan Baron
     Greta Fenston    Bonita Mertes           Richard Sumners
      Fleur Meyer    Holly Noble              Len Peak
      Denise Hale    Berverly Hopps           Ruby Kintigh
     Val Arnold      Rona Elbert              Mark Hilton
                     Marion Knowles           Robert Nau
                                            John Mackey
                                            Jane Mackey
                                            Steve Lockwood

Photocopy (spotty where names have been pasted on) of typed original. Names are in script font (by John Mackey?), except last two. Keystrokes preserved.  Collected by William Hansen of Bloomington, IN.


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