FOUND by Richardo in San Francisco, California
Found at Safeway in the bottom of my grocery cart. I’m guessing the notes found at Whole Foods might be more reliable when it comes to general science, but who knows?
FOUND by Beth T. at a flea market
I found this flyer in a oversized messenger style bag for carry art materials. I was really excited with my flea market score; the bag was full of pockets and the pockets full of random half used canvas, pencils and notebooks. However, the real treasure was this note tucked in a sketch book of child’s drawings of cats with bow ties and weeping princesses.
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FOUND by Tara in San Angelo, Texas
I found this in front of the movie theater where my husband and I were going to see the newest Batman movie. It was in the street folded into a square and had been run and walked over repeatedly. I was so excited to have a find after visiting the site and reading the books for so long. My husband seems to think the recipient of this note would be in trouble if his girlfriend knew he lost it.
FOUND by Ron in Charleston, South Carolina
Having been in New York City for a bit I became accustomed to parking wherever I could find even a remotely legal space. On returning to Charleston I continued this cutthroat mentality in regards to parking, but ended up slightly inconveniencing some poor person to whom I parked very close. It couldn’t have been that close, though, cause my car showed no marks.
FOUND by Richard & Eevan Walker in the back seat of a used car
Had the back doors open of our recently purchased used car and were standing, waiting to load an item when Richard reaches in and plucks out from under the back seat: a folded note addressing the former owner. We’ve been pondering the identity of the writer and the content ever since.