We found this inside an old copy of The Martian Chronicles that we were given in Sci-Fi class. The last time the books were checked out was 1979 according to the inside flap. I hope Greg and Heather worked things out.
I found this letter/poem rolled up like a cigarette wedged between two cobblestones in downtown Gainesville. I suspect (and hope) this letter was never delivered, that it’s desperate author nervously rolled it up and discarded it.
My wife and I were sitting at an exit light off the Madison beltline when I noticed the title of this piece of paper that was sitting on the side of the road. I simply had to read it.
Found this in the communal laundry room at my apartment complex. Oddly enough I have a friend that goes by Bubba that was coming by for a few beers later that same day. I’m not sure he was as enthralled as I was with my first find. Enjoy!
I picture the person who lost this as an old hippie with wispy, shoulder-length gray hair who laments the loss of his youth and hair.
I found this note sloppily folded in half outside a college dorm. The saddest part is the way the writer kind of runs out of steam at the end.
I found this letter hiking on top of a small mountain in central Texas. It was sitting under a small pile on pebbles.
I found this crammed in the back of a dresser in a hotel room I was doing maintenance in.
This little nugget was uncovered behind some wainscotting during a recent remodel job.
I found this in the parking lot outside the restaurant where I work.