FOUND by Aaron in Crystal Cove, Newport Beach, California
I was taking a winter walk on the beach with my family. An attractive young girl jogged by and stopped just ahead of us at a rocky outcrop. When we got to that spot, I found this floating on the shoreline.
FOUND by Stephanie in a high school textbook
I found this in my global studies text book one day in class. It was kind of depressing & confusing, but at the same time, it was brilliant.
FOUND by Jeff Herring in Santa Cruz, California
My band practices in a warehouse in an industrial neighborhood. I went outside to take a whiz and noticed a section of bushes that was being used as a “hobo heaven.” There was a ratty mattress, beer cans, etc. tucked away out of sight from the street. Being a sick and curious individual, I shook off the last drop and went over to investigate. And well did my diligence (and sickness) pay off!
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?