Luck chain letter. Late example of Death-Lottery type. Love title. "Do not sign this letter." US, 2004.

                                         With Love All Things Are Possible

This paper ha been sent to you for good luck.  The original is in New England. It
has been sent around the world nine times. The luck has been sent to you. You will
receive good luck within four days of receiving this letter provided you in turn send
it on.

This is no joke. You will receive good luck. Don't send money, as fate has no price.
Do not keep this letter it must leave your hands within 96 hours.

A United States Air Force Officer received $470,000. John A. Elliot received
$40,000 and lost it because he broke the chain. While in the Philippines Gene Welch
lost his wife 51 days after receiving this letter, he failed to circulate the letter
however, before her death he received $7,555,000.

Please send 20 copies and see what happens in four days. The chain comes from
Venezuela and was written by Saul De Crop, a missionary from South America.
Since the copy must tour the world, you must make 20 copies and send them to
friends and associates. After a few days you will get a surprise. This is true even if
you are not superstitious.

Do not do the following: Constantine Diaz received his letter in 1993, he asked his
secretary to make 20 copies and send them out, a few days later she won the lottery
for two million dollars, Carlos Daddit, an office employee, received the letter and

forgot that it had to leave his hand within 96 hours. He lost his job. Later after
finding the letter again, he mailed 20 copies. A few days later he got a better job.
Brain Fairchild received the letter and not believing, he threw the letter away. Nine
days later he died.

In 1997, the letter was received by a young woman in California it was very faded
and barely readable. She promised to type the letter over and send it on but she set
it aside to do it later. She was plague with various problems including expensive car
repairs. The letter did not leave her hands in 96 hours. She finally typed the letter
as promised and got a new car.

Remember; send no money.

Clean photocopy of word processor original. Five identical copies in five separate envelopes all postmarked in Houston, TX on July 26, 2004, all addressed to Daniel VanArsdale, P.O. Box 2335, Lompoc, CA 93438 (various forms of name). Address could have been obtained from my WWW page on chain letters or an ad for chain letters in a paper collectibles periodical. No return address. Close to le2005-08_dl_xsign_w-lc hence both are very likely circulating letters.  Lines preserved. Sic "ha" for "has," "she" won lottery, "Brain" for "Brian," "plague" for "plagued."  Entered by DWV on 7/30/04.


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