By HELEN POW

PUBLISHED: 22:18 EST, 26 December 2012 | UPDATED: 07:04 EST, 27 December 2012

Oregon mother Julie Keith expected to find Styrofoam headstones in the graveyard kit she bought at Kmart for Halloween.

What she didn’t expect was a desperate plea for help from one of the Chinese laborers forced to make the holiday decorations in brutal conditions.

The 42-year-old charity worker from Portland discovered the chilling letter hidden between the two novelty headstones when she opened the kit in October.

Plea for help: The letter, pictured, came in a box of Halloween decorations purchased at Kmart

Plea for help: The letter, pictured, came in a box of Halloween decorations purchased at Kmart

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