This letter was FOUND by Aimee Ghio; Chico, CA
FOUND by Ry in a parking lot in Pacific Beach
This caught my eye. I could see words written on the paper, but didn’t think too much about it. When I returned to my bike, it was still there. Curiosity got me, and I picked it up. The first line shocked me. I read on in disbelief about the hardships this person has endured because of their addiction. I felt so bad for this person, despite the fact that they chose to try heroin. I felt I should share this letter with the world, in hopes that it can prevent someone else from going down this horrible path. If nothing else, it makes you realize that your life isn’t so bad after all. If this doesn’t make you NOT want to try heroin, nothing will.
Found by Lenie in NYC, NY
A tenant moved out & left their whole life behind, from baby books to artworks, love letters to random musings. Drawers had old lottery tickets & clippings of hair, film reels & broken earrings-the detritus of a life. So, as Rod Serling would have said, “Submitted for your approval, one envelope with handwriting…random lovelorn musings or something else entirely.”
Found by Jason Northrup; Baltimore, MD
My girlfriend and I were out for a walk with friends we had not seen in almost a year. Our friends wanted to show us where they used to live and we spotted this note near their old front door. These seem like two very important objects. Was this a messy divorce? Feuding siblings? Mischievous teenagers? Who knows?