(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.”READ MORE: Delayed Start: Aurora Public Schools To Start Classes On Monday An Hour Later In The Spring
“Sure one of you can find which park it belongs in,” the author added.
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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.”MORE NEWS: No Restrictions Yet, But Denver Water Customers Should Be Water Wise This Winter To Avoid Them
“The best practice when visiting any park or wilderness is to take only photographs and leave only footprints,” CPW tweeted,