Not all heroes wear capes, but this one might. Frankly, we don’t know becuase their identity is a mystery.
Someone dropped a winning lottery ticket worth $1,000 into a Salvation Army bucket at a Walmart in Erie, Pa on December 6. And we never even got a chance to thank them.
“We’ve received donations of winning instant tickets in the past, but they’re usually in an amount of $10 or $20 – never something of this size,” Major Leslie Walter, officer of the Salvation Army in Erie, told Fox. “We are very grateful for this generous donation, which will help us to serve people and families in need.”
But how can we contact them if we need their help in the future. Like Batman, they’ve disappeared into the night, waiting to fight again.
And should they fight again, please feel free to send winning lottery tickets to The Daily What, mysterious stranger.