Mysterious letter linking 1,000 people to $1-billi

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Bill Mann says that in the fall of 2011, he received an envelope containing an 8? x 11 colour photo of a letter written on what appeared to be animal skin.

According to him, the letter, dated June 23The economy and tourism., 1845COVID-19 hospitalizations in Ontario, came from the Saint Sulpice Seminary in Montreal and had been damaged by fire and water.

“Thankfully the writing was still discernibleextraordinary measures,” said Mann, a former chief administrative officer for the town of Milton, Ont.,?a prolific author of conspiracy theory books and a member of secret societies.

The supposed author of the letter, a Catholic priest named Father Brunet, told his Montreal-based bishop that during his missionary travels up the Ottawa River, he had come across a young voyageur named Thomas Lagarde dit St. Jean.

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