Both letters were sent to our work address though they each had a separate return address, one from the U.S., one from Tamaulipas (another state in Mexico). Neither of them were actually sent from the return address, they were both stamped as mailed in Chiapas, on the same day. The work address is typed exactly as it is listed on the company website (and yes, her name is on the website too). She has reported this to the owner of the company and asked other directors to watch their mail, so far no one else has reported receiving anything similar.
My friend/boss doesn't know anyone named Sofia and she doesn't know the woman in the picture. She also doesn't know why anyone would go to the trouble of sending this to her from Chiapas. She has no known enemies and no known problems with psychos. She has not told her husband as she says he will go a little crazy. She has not phoned or reported this to the police because, well, we all know how effective that might be. No demands have been made, there was no request for money, nothing other than what you see above. SPOOKY and WEIRD. At first she laughed it off, but she showed it to enough of us who freaked out that we may have freaked her out a bit in the process.
My guess is that it is nothing to worry about, but there is that nagging feeling (yeah yeah, I know, lose the nagging feeling Canucka) that this is something she should be afraid of. I don't know what I would do if I received the same thing, (blog about it first, lol). I think I would go to the police, just because that's an ingrained Canadian habit, but at heart I know there would be nothing they could do. I guess I would just like it to be on file for when the bullets started to fly. At the very least, it didn't go to her home address, though knowing where she works is good enough to find her.
So there ya go. I'm creeped out. Any suggestions, comments, queries? Anyone know anything about threatening letter scams in Mexico? Should she be changing her identity and moving to Tahiti?