From: Julie Herr
Sent: Thu, Jul 30, 2015 1:31 pm May God bless you as you read.
I am Mrs Julia Herr,suffering from cancerous ailment.I am married to Mr.Robert Herr,my husband worked with Chevron Corporation for twenty years before he died in the year 2008. My late husband deposited the sum of $7.5 Million (Seven Million Five Hundred United state dollars) with Finance Company.
Recently,my Doctor told me that I have limited days to live due to the stroke and cancerous problems I am suffering from.I have decided to donate this fund to you and want you to use this gift which comes from my husbands effort to fund the upkeep of widows and charities worldwide.
I took this decision because I do not have any child that will inherit this money and my husband relatives are bourgeois and very wealthy persons and I do not want my husband hard earned money to be misused.Kindle reply me through this email : ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) .With God all things are possible.
Dear Mrs Herr
I'm so saddened and appalled and excited!
What kind of cancer? I'm an MD and also a dentist. Perhaps I can help diagnose your condition and recommend a proper method to control your condition. You say it's cancerous? There's a hemisphere in the northern sky near Leo and Gemini that could be indicative of your own predicament. Perhaps it's needless to say, but I obviously can't offer any kind of medical advise without a great deal of further information.
Needless to say, but your own offer of seven and a half million dollars to fund the upkeep of widows and charities worldwide is a welcome and entirely magnanimous offer which I wholeheartedly accept. It's been my own ambition to found a hospital, and if you were to provide the funding for this humanitarian project I would promise that this hospital would forever be named in honor of your late husband and be named the Robert Herr University Hospital. (RHUH)
I'm very excited about your offer while at the same time very alarmed and saddened by your own chances for continued survival. In a word I am irresolute! I don't know how I should respond. On the one hand I have your own life, which has inestimable value, I'm quite certain! On the other hand I have seven and a half million dollars which, needless to say, also has inestimable value. I don't know whether to pray for your own survival or the cancer's. You must it admit it is quite the quandary.
I can't decide.
I humbly request that you advise me on this matter. What should I do?
Humbly and irresolutely yours,
Jack the Baptist, MD, DDS.