By Anica Padilla

(CBS4) — Colorado Parks and Wildlife got an interesting piece of mail recently containing a rock and a short note. The sender wrote that someone had taken the rock from a park in Colorado. They wanted to return it — and hopefully get some better luck back.

“Someone brought this home to me three years ago,” the sender wrote. “Bad things been happening ever since.”

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“Sure one of you can find which park it belongs in,” the author added.

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(credit: Colorado Parks and Wildlife)

CPW shared a photo of the note and the rock — but covered the sender’s signature.

“Will taking rocks from a [Colorado] State Park curse you with bad luck?” CPW tweeted. “This person thought it did and mailed it back to the SE Region office.”

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“The best practice when visiting any park or wilderness is to take only photographs and leave only footprints,” CPW tweeted,

Anica Padilla