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Message no. 1
From: Alex Rosenheim <BB566C@*****.BITNET>
Subject: .
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 1993 17:13:29 EDT
----------------------------Original message----------------------------
Delivery-date: Wed, 14 Apr 1993 11:22:47 UTC
Originator: guerin@******
Send-date: Wed, 14 Apr 1993 10:35:20 UTC+0100
From: guerin <guerin@******>
Message-ID: <199304140939.AA12955@******>


This paper has been sent to you for good luck. The original is in New England.
It has been sent around the world nine times at least. The luck has been now
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 in the mail. Send no money. Send
copies to people you think need good luck. Don't send money as fate has no
price. DO NOT KEEP THIS LETTER. It must leave your hands within 96 hours.

An officer in the Royal Air Force received $ 47,000,000 and lost it because he
broke the chain.

While in the Philippines, Gene Welch lost his wife six days after he received
this letter. He had failed to circulate the letter, however before her death
he received $ 7,775,000,00.

Please send twenty copies and see what happens in four days. The chain comes
from Venezuela and was written by Saint Anthony Group, a missionary in South
Africa. Since the copy must tour the world you must make twenty copies and
send them to friends and associates. After a few days you will get a suprise,
this is true, even if you're not superstitious.

Note the following: Constantine Diaz received the chain in 1953 and he asked
his secretary to make twenty copies and send the letter out. A few days later
he won a lottery for two million dollars. Carlo Dadditt, an office employee,
received the letter and forgot it had to leave his hands within 96 hours.
He lost his job. Later finding the letter again, he mailed twenty copies.
A few days later he got a better job. Delan Fairchild recived the letter, and
not believing , he threw the letter away. Nine days later he died. In 1968
the letter, received by a young woman in California, was barely legible. She
promised herself she would re-type and circulate the letter, but she put
it aside to do later. She was plagued with various problems including expensi-
ve auto repairs. The letter had not left within 96 hours. She finally typed
the letter as promised and got a new car.


Remember Me Always, It works!

Message no. 2
From: James Palmer <jpalmer@**********.COM>
Subject: .
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 1994 22:42:03 PST
>>>>>] Hello Ice, pass the word along that I'll not be needing the services
after all any ol way. My time tables got moved up a bit, and I had to make do
with a lazer mike and phone taps. Next time though I think I'll go for some
sorta infra red masking suit. Interesting set up they have over there on Lake
Shore drive, their not kidding baout the AAA Security Rating. But give me
time I'll get used to Seattle yet.

As for diversionary efforts, if this thing you've got planned is of the scale
it sounds like, I've some friends that wouldnt mind using the cover for work
of their own. Can you send the time of the fireworks to *<Encrypted>* if this
is all right by you. ?

Well got to run myself, Nurse is do back with the meds soon, and I don't need
to have her catch me in her office. Word to the wise though, never _Ever_
apply a trauma patch to a head wound. ]<<<<<
-- Cross <22:34:19 / 08-11-55>
Administration Offices
Seattle General Hospital
Message no. 3
From: Geoffrey Gerrietts <Siothrun@***.COM>
Subject: .
Date: Sun, 8 Jan 1995 13:52:20 -0500
*****PRIVATE: Humanis Hater's Club (the Anna Crew)
>>>>>[I've asked if your going to hurry, and I've hoped that you would. But
it isn't working out so well, my waitin'. That explosion today, that was
mine. Gotta warn ya, just the hint of pointy ears or a lisped
dandelion-eatin' syllable, and guns clear holsters in here. So watch your

Oh, there's a couple friendlies, too. They're up on the northeast end
usually, at >>encrypted<<. Don't come if you can't line-dance, though. I had
to fake it for near two hours 'fore some young critter took me to 'er doss.

And I wouldn't advise runnin' about too much. They're lookin' for me right
about now, I'm pretty sure, 'cause I did a real number on that grocery
-- Jolly Roger (1:15:12 / 01-07-56)


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