Luck chain letter. Late example of Death-Lottery type. Love title. "Do not sign this" US, 2005.


This paper has been sent to you for good luck.  The original is in New
England: It has been around the world nine times.  You will receive good
luck with in four days 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 in 96 hours.  A Unites States Air force
officer received $470,000. John A> Elliot received $40,000 and lost it
because she broke the chain.  While in the Philippines, Genio Welsh lost his
wife 51 days after receiving the letter. However, before her death he
received $7,555.00.  Please send 20 copies and see what happens in four
days.  The chain comes from Venezuela and was written by Sal Dee Croop a
missionary from South Africa.  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
note the following:  Constatino Dias received this chain in 1953.  He asked
his secretary to make 2o copies and send them out.  A day later he won a
lottery for two million dollars.  Carol Daddit an office employee received
this letter and forgot that the letter has to leave his hands 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.  Belen Fenchild received the letter and not
believing it he threw it away.  Nine days later he died.  In 1987 a woman
who said she would retype it and send it out, but set it aside to do later
received the letter.  She was plague with various problems, including
expensive car repairs.  The letter did not leave her hands with in 96 hours.
She finally retyped the letter as she promised and got a new car ten hours
later in a raffle.

Remember do not send money
Do not sign this
It works.

Clean photocopy of word processor original. No return address. Letter postmarked in Albany, NY on Aug. 31, 2005. Addressed to D. VanArsdale, PO Box 2335, Lompoc, CA 93438. Address probably obtained from "Chain Letter Evolution" or a print ad for chain letters in a paper collectibles magazine. Lines preserved. Close to le2004-07_dl_xsign_w-lc  hence both are almost certain to be circulating letters. Sic "with in" (twice), "John A> Elliot", "John . . . she", "2o", "Carol . . . his", "She was plague". Entered by DWV, 9/6/2005.


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