Luck chain letter. Death-Lottery type. "St. Jude" first and last. Love title. Rewritten. Bennett L12. US, 1990.


This paper has been sent to you for Good Luck.  It has been around
the world thirteen 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 on.

This is no joke, you will receive Good Luck in the mail.  Since the
copy must tour the world, you must make 19 copies (plus this
paper=20 copies) and send  copies to people you think need Good
Luck.  Do not send money as fate has no price.  Do not keep this
letter, it must leave your hands within 96 hours.  After a few days
you will get a surprise.  This is true, even if you are not

Do note the following:

Constantine Dias received the chain, he asked his secretary to make
20 copies and send them out.  A few days later he won a lottery of
2 million dollars.

Carlo Dadiott received the letter and forgot that it had to leave
his hands within 96 hours.  He lost his job.  After mailing the 20
copies, he got a better job.

Joe Elliot received $40,000.00 and lost it because he broke the

Gene Welch received $7,775,000.00.

The letter received by a young woman in California was faded and
barely readable.  She promised herself to rewrite the letter and
send it on, but she forgot to.  She was plagued by expensive car
repairs.  She finally wrote the letter and sent out 20 copies; she
got a new car.

Do Not Ignore This!  It Works!  Thank St. Jude!

Photocopy of typed original. Some cutting on left margin. From the collection of Charles H. Bennett. His L12, see le1980_dl_wb!.  Annotated: "Received fall 1990." Major reorganization and deletion. First and last lines in bold on received copy. Keystrokes preserved. Entered by DWV, 12/9/2005.


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