Luck chain letter. Death-Lottery type. Kiss title. U.S. 1987.



This letter  has  been  sent  to  you  for  good  luck.  The
original copy is  in New England.    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 send it back out.  THIS IS NO JOKE:  You
will receive it in the mail.

Send copies to people you think  need good luck.  Don't send
money as faith has no price.   Do not keep this letter.   It
must leave your hands within  96 hours.   An R.A.F.  officer
received $70.000, Joe Elliot  received $40.000  and lost  it
because he broke the chain. While in the Phillippines,  Gene
Welch lost  his wife six days  after receiving this  letter.
He failed  to  circulate  the  letter: however,  before  her
death, she had won  $50.000  in  a  lottery.   The money was
transfered to him  four days  after  he decided to mail  out
this letter.

Please send 20 copies of this letter and see what happens in
four days.   The chain comes from Venezuela and was  written
by Saul  Anthony de Croff, A missionary from South  America.
since the copy must make a tour of the world, you must  make
20  copies and  send them to  your friends  and  associates.
After  a few days, you  will get a surprise.   This  is true
even if you are not supersititous.

Do note the following:  Constantine Dias received the  chain
in 1953.  He asked his secretary to make 20 copies and  send
them out.  A few days later he won a lottery of two  million
dollars.   Arla Daddit,  an office  employee,  received  the
letter and forgot it had to leave his hands within 96 hours.
He lost his  job:  later after finding the letter again,  he
mailed out 20 copies.  A few days later he got a better job.
Dalen  Fairchild received  the  letter, and  not  believing,
threw  it away.  Nine days  later he died.   Please  send no
money.  Please don't ignore this.  IT WORKS!!!

Clean photocopy of typed original, or possibly word processor output. Near fixed character width, so keystrokes near preserved. Spaces used to justify  right margin (IBM Selectra?). Sic "Phillippines". No envelope. Annotated on upper right: "9-16-87 / Redwood City, CA / Parking lot." Provided by Wally Williams. Entered by DWV on 12/22/03.


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