Luck chain letter. Lottery-death type. Experiences solicited.
23 names. US, 1975.
This chain that
comes from Venezuela was written by SAINT
ANTONIA DI SODI,
a missionary from South America. Since this
chain must take
a tour of the world, You must make twenty copies
identical to this
one, and send them to your family, friends or
After a few days, you will get a surprise. Constantine
the chain in 1953. He asked his secretary to make 24
copies and send
them. A few days later he won the lottery of alot
of money in his
country. Carlos Brandt, an office worker, received the
forgot it and lost it. A few days later he lost his job.
He found the letter,
sent it out, and nine days later, he found a better
Berreskalli received the chain, did not believe in it, and
threw it awayNine
days later he died. Ken Freidman, an artist, tried
Within nine days he received a great deal of help on two
projects and a
major exhibition. He added these facts to the second
chain he received.
Frequently people have received money. Don Elliot
got $6800.00 but
lost it because he broke the chain. H.H.received a
nine days after he received the chain. John Scott
got a job offer
within nine days of receiveing the chain for the first
Walsh received a letter in the Phillipines. received
six days later lost his life because he failed to
FOR NO REASON SHOULD THIS CHAIN BE BROKEN.
A PRAYER: Believe in living life to it's fullest extent and the light
within you will guide you.This prayer has been sent to you for
good luck;the origin-
al copie came from the Netherlands;it has been around the world
ten times.Luck has
been sent to you;you are to receive good luck within four days
of receiveing this
letter;you will receive it in the mail.Send twenty copies of this
letter to people
whom you think would cherish good luck.Don't send any money.Do
not keep this letter.
It must leave within 96 hours after you receive it.
Send twnety copies
out, then see what happens the fourth day after. Add
your name to the bottom of this list, and leave off the top name
when copying this
letter. You may add information about what happened to you if you
½ (N.A.D.)=N ??
Ken Freidman (2)
Paul Di Martinis
Michiko & Charles Gagnon
LET OUR HEADS NOT MAKE
FOOLS OF US INTO
THINKING IN TERMS OF DUALITY.
Photocopy of typed original. Some letters
lost at left margin after prayer - reconstructed here. Keystrokes preserved.
Folded and mailed from St. John's Newfoundland on Feb. 6, 1975 to Janet
Langlois, c/o Folklore Institute, Bloomington, Indiana. Sic "Antonia", "aquaintainces",
"alot", "receiveing", "copie", "twnety"& many run together words. Single
spacing after "Ken Freidman" - double before. "Janet Langlois" in green
ink. Supplied by Prof. William Hansen, Bloomington.
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