FOUND by Karen in Walnut Creek, CA
I am helping a friend sell some of her parents stuff and found this note inside a vintage game. Her parents are 100 years old and this game was patented in 1938. Also interesting is that the game was titled “Chinker Chek”, apparently acceptable terminology in the 1920s-1930s, what we know as the game Chinese Checkers.
FOUND by Kate Gorman; Fort Worth, TX
I found this letter while I was walking my dog in a residential neighborhood. I am baffled by its pristine condition as well as it’s content. Who is the chairman and what did his employees do to cast a “pervasive pall of perversion” and who talks like that? Wonder how the meeting went..
FOUND by Rob Chansky; Colorado Springs, CO
I found this while walking the dog. Is this homework? A note of support? A note of shared misery? Or happiness?
FOUND by Nancy Beckus; Danville, CA
I have a box of masks, wigs, fake noses, etc. Doesn’t everybody? Anyway, I get into this box a couple of times a year and this year I noticed a plain brown bag. I opened it and found a bunch of fake lemons (?). I don’t remember buying them, but anything is possible! In that bag was the attached note. I have no idea where it came from. I don’t know the name so I Googled Randy’s Frozen Steaks and there isn’t one in Colorado, or least anymore. I don’t know this person, but I am amused that she’s returning the “fly, the bat, and the tie.” What could it mean and what did she keep?