Now that's a story.
Author Trish Vickers lost her vision 7 years ago and started writing as a way to cope.
Vickers continued to write her work by hand, using a system of rubber bands on paper to help her stay in the lines.
Her son and her health aid would then take the handwritten pages and type them up.
Unfortunately, one day Vickers, in a moment of inspiration, wrote 26 pages without realizing that her pen had run out of ink.
Her son contacted the local police department to ask if anyone could help them reveal the words on the page and the police agreed happily.
âI think they used a combination of various lights at different angles to see if they could get the impression made by my pen," said Vickers. "I am so happy, pleased and grateful. It was really nice of them and I want to thank them for helping me out.â
The story is about a woman who's life falls apart and Vickers hopes to send it to a publisher soon.