Luck chain letter. Death-Lottery type.
Matthew 21:22 title. US, 1980.
AND ALL THINGS
WHATSO EVER WE SHALL ASK IN PRAYER ? BELEIVING WE SHALL RECEIVE
This quote has
been sent to you for good luck. The original copy is from the
It has been around the world nine times. The luck had been
you. You will receive good luck within 4 days upon receiving this
provided you in turn send it back out. This is no joke. You
receive it in
the mail. Send copies of this letter to people you think need
Not Send Money, for fate has no
price on it. Do
Not Keep This
Letter. It must leave
your hands 96 hours after you receive it. An U.S.A.F.
received $70,000.00. Joe Elliot received $40,000.00 and lost it
broke the chain. While in the Phillipines, General Wales lost
his life 6
days after he received the letter. He failed to circulate the
However, before his death he received $775,000.00. Please send 20
copies out and
see what happens on the 4th day. This comes from Venezuela
written by St. Anthony DeCaiod, a missionary from South America.
forwarded it to you. Since the chain makes tour around the world,
you must make
20 identical copies of this one. Send it out to your friends,
associates. After a few days you will get a surprise. This
is true even
if you are not superstitious. Take note of the following:
Diaz received the chain in 1953. He asked his secretary to
make 20 copies
and send them. A few days later he won the lottery for
his country. Carlo Depot, an office employee, received the
forgot it. A few days later he lost his job. He found the
and sent it to
20 people. Five days later he got an even better job.
Fairchild received the chain and not beleiving it, threw it away.
later he died. For no reason whatsoever should this be broken:
remember, send no money. Please
do not ignore it. It really works.
original. Annotated "College Station, Tx, 1980." From the collection of
Charles H. Bennett (L4). Sic
"beleiving", "we" instead of "ye" twice in title.
Keystrokes preserved. The oldest of the "Belief" titled letters in the
archive and the only one with the Unbeliever's Death testimonial.
DWV on 12/8/2005.
This is the oldest of thirteen dated chain letters in the collection of
Charles H. Bennett that have been entered into the Paper Chain Letter
Archive. All were transcribed using the
images at http://www.cs.uwaterloo.ca/~mli/chain.html.
The archive file names, and Bennett's designations are: le1980u_dl_wb! (L4), le1986-04_dl_wk (L25), le1986u_dl_wk (L6), le1988u_dl_wl (L9), le1988u_dl_w(l)cj (L11), le1989-07_dl_wlcj_rec-fate
(L16), and lg1994-08_dl-german_wlc
(L81). See Scientific
American, Charles H. Bennett, Ming Li, Bin Ma. "Chain
Histories." June, 2003.
Paper Chain Letter Archive- information. Chain