Monday, March 31, 2014

AFTER YEARS OF HARDSHIP AND BAD LUCK, MAN TURNS THINGS AROUND

AFTER LIVING IN A HELL ON EARTH FOR TWELVE YEARS, LOCAL MAN REALIZES WHAT CAUSED HIS SUFFERINGS AND HAS REVERSED HIS MISFORTUNES

BRIDGEPORT

In March of 2002 Ole Moley, 49 of Bridgeport, stepped on a nail while walking barefoot, causing an infection and loss of his right leg below the knee. Two months later a tree fell on his car, destroying it.  At the end of the year he lost his house to a fire.  It proved to be a bad year, but it was only the beginning. The next year his right arm became caught in a carnival ride and was nearly lost. Within a month he was fired from his job, prompting his first wife to leave him.  He wandered about homeless and jobless eventually becoming addicted to drugs. He ended up spending three years in prison for drug dealing.

Ole Moley holds the chain
letter he broke in 2002, which
 haunted him for ten years.
Upon release he decided to start clean and landed a job as a short order cook.  Six weeks into his new job, he met and married a coworker.  Two months later she left him for another and it was shortly after that, he discovered she had left him with a bad case of syphilis.
While being treated for this disease, he was given too much anesthetic and lapsed into a coma. He awakened a year later and to add insult to injury, learned that his penis had been amputated due to his disease.  He was at a new low point in his life and tried to understand why his luck had been so bad over the past years.  Then while getting ready to file papers for bankruptcy, he found a letter in amongst his belongings and knew immediately why life had been so hard on him.

The letter he found was a chain letter he had received back in 2001, warning him of ten years of bad luck if he broke the chain and did not keep the letter going. He threw the letter in a drawer however and broke the chain.  After realizing his mistake, he began to shake and quickly copied the letter knowing he had to get it on its way once again.  Moley told OFF THE WALL news he hasn't experienced any bad luck in over two years since mailing the letter.
"That letter is out there, so be ready to keep it going", he advised.  "Just look what happened to me."
OFF THE WALL will keep you posted.















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