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Letter: Invasion imminent

Dear Sir

Sorry to send you a sudden mail. I would like to inform you of urgent information.

UFOs will attack humans on October 3, 1999. It is natural that you cannot believe

such a news. US government, however, is to announce it soon, this spring.

You would like to know why I got such a news, I believe. Please let me explain why

the aliens will attack us soon and how I got the news.

I will send you as much information a possible. I have a lot of proofs which proves

the UFOs attack.

There is little time left before the attack. Please don't ignore this mail.

Please give me e-mail to order me to send such proofs. Please write as follows:

<want to know about UFOs attack>

There are HPs about it: www02.so-net.ne.jp/~hpnso100/index.html
http://village.infoweb.ne.jp/~fwip8673/index.html#nost10 (mirror site)

Though English translations are attached to them, they may be a little hard to understand,

because they are translated by machine translator. So I will send you the digest

of the contents of HP translated by me.

Thank you.

Takashi Yajima, dablehan@mbox2.inet-osaka.or.jp, takechin@mx.biwa.ne.jp

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