This is both weird and funny
http://www.carmitimes.com/newsnow/x2...a-scam-SheriffThe letter warns the recipient he or she has been targeted for assassination. The sender claims to be a professional assassin and includes a certificate that is supposed to "prove" their claim of being a "certified assassin."
The letter goes on to purport that the assassin has investigated his client's claim that the recipient should be assassinated and has deemed his client's claim false. To call off the "hit," the recipient is asked to contact the assassin to make a monetary pay-off to stop the assassination attempt.
The e-mail says the recipient's death will be staged to look like an accidental death during a bizarre sex act with a horse, and even includes a photo of the purported horse, named "Henry," to be used to stage the "accident."
The letter reads, in part, "Get back to me if you value your life with all due speed or else I regret I will have to carry out my original contract to assassinate you and although he is quite charming for a horse I don't think Henry is the most sensitive of lovers."