FOUND by Miranda in Kalamazoo, Michigan
Found this treasure in the parking lot where I work, in which one little girl is explaining to another why they can’t be best friends. Ouch!
FOUND by Lauren L. underneath a U-Haul seat
Three years ago, I found two copies of this underneath a U-Haul seat while I was moving out of my freshmen dorms. It came with another sheet of paper with a digital image of a pixelated grim reaper that I can’t seem to find now. The U-Haul got towed that night (unrightfully, but thats another story) and I spent hours trying to find the tow yard on foot. I finally found the yard and was in the depths of despair after paying the City of Chicago a $300 fine when I found this. I just read it over and over and over and it made my night.
FOUND by Kateri in Chicago, Illinois
Found on the sidewalk in my neighborhood in April of 2012. They didn’t show up on the scan, but the paper actually has dusty shoeprints on it from being walked over. It’s been posted on my refrigerator since then, but I’m moving and it has to go. I thought FOUND would make a nice home for this masterpiece of the strange.
FOUND by Justin Burch inside a copy of Bob Dylan’s John Wesley Harding LP
A couple of years ago I was thumbing through a bargain bin at a local record store and found a mono pressing of Bob Dylan’s John Wesley Harding. I was thinking, score!!! Little did I know that the real gem wasn’t this beat up copy of a Bob Dylan record, but was a mysterious letter hidden inside. It contains all the makings of a great drama. Depression, unrequited love and a possible shootout in the end!
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FOUND by Shelli Julius on the side of the street
I found this on the side of the road near my apartment complex. I believe it was dropped by a child walking home from the Head Start school nearby. I love that “clown” is spelled correctly in the heading of the story, but is subsequently spelled “clon” thereafter.