Thursday, October 20, 2016

Police Salvage Blind Writer's Inkless Novel Pages

Blind writer Trish Vickers wrote 26 pages of her book before realising her pen had ran out of ink. She doesn’t type or use a computer but has a system of elastic bands that guide her to keep lines. A volunteer comes in to type up her work and her son reads her work to her. They had a brilliant idea and called the fingerprint section of the Dorset Police Department. Officers there worked in their spare time to retrieve the lost work and Mrs Vickers got her manuscript back last week.

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