FOUND by David Lewis in Columbus, Ohio
FOUND by Mike Skidgell in Plainville, Connecticut
This note fell out of a locker in an old factory that I was renovating. This place has been empty for ten years so I wonder how much different this guy’s life is.
FOUND by Kelly Pham in Niceville, Florida
I found this note folded up in a teacup while walking around a Goodwill thrift store. How it got there or if it was ever read by the intended recipient, we shall never know!
FOUND by Amy in Fort Collins, Colorado
FOUND by Pegasus in Wiesbaden, Germany
I found this letter inside a used book that I bought in Germany (the books is English). The letter is obviously a final contact prior to an inevitable parting ways between Leo and Josh. You can almost feel Leonard’s hope and anguish in every sentence. I really felt sad for Leonard. I did wonder why he typed the letter (from the looks of it on the manual typewriter) instead of writing it long hand. I am also left wondering about his thought process in choosing this particular title to include as a gift with the letter: “Dungeon, Fire and Sword”, a history of the Templar Knights during the crusades. I would have thought poetry might have been a better choice. Finally, since there is a reference to Bastille Day, perhaps Josh was French. Does that mean the book traveled from New York to Germany by way of France?