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A letter from Drew Misham was a piece of evidence in Apollo Justice and Phoenix Wright's investigation into Misham's murder.

Letter of death[]

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Drew Misham wrote this letter to an anonymous client named "David Krisler", a pseudonym for Kristoph Gavin. Seven years earlier, Gavin had bought a forged diary page from Drew and given his daughter Vera a special "magic charm". Said charm was a bottle of nail polish laced with atroquinine to keep Vera from talking about the page she made, but Drew never found out about this.

Eventually, reporter Spark Brushel learned about Drew's double life as a forger and set up an interview. By then, Drew had grown fearful of Vera's secret charm and wrote a letter to Gavin, telling him to remove the "spell" he had put on Vera while reassuring him that he would never talk to anyone about his requested forgery. The only available stamp for Drew to use was a Troupe Gramarye commemorative stamp he received from "Krisler" seven years ago; Gavin had requested that he use the stamp to confirm that he received the payment for the page, but Vera loved Troupe Gramarye so much that she had kept the stamp. Unbeknown to Drew, the stamp also had atroquinine on it. Misham put the letter in his letter box just before beginning his interview with Brushel; fifteen minutes later, he succumbed to the poison from the stamp and died.


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The interview request came,
like you said it would, and
they're looking into the case.
I swear on my life I won't
tell them about you.
So please, release the "spell"
you've put on my daughter.
I'll write later with a
Drew Misham