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'I read it to Diana's coffin and heard a whisper' August 31 1997 started for me long before dawn. News of Diana's crash was followed by mounting concern, and then confirmation that reports of a broken leg and mild head wounds had been wildly optimistic: the girl I had grown up with, and known for all of my life, had been pursued into a tunnel in Paris, and had been killed. That day of family devastation and worldwide shock ended for me with a flight from Cape Town to London, an overnight journey spent with a box of tissues in one hand, and my address book in the other: if grief was to deprive me of sleep, then I was determined to befuddle the pain by tackling distracting practicalities. One of the questions I set myself was: who should give Diana's eulogy? I went slowly from A to Z, but drew a blank. Arriving in England, I called my mother: "It's got to be me, hasn't it?"
A Rainbow Is A Song: The Wild, Curious & Wonderful World of Synesthesia What's the Big Idea? On a late winter day in 1922, the sound of a gun shot resounded with a loud boom in the hills surrounding the house of three-year-old Edgar Curtis. The sound itself wasn't out of the ordinary, since the Curtises lived near a firing range. What was extraordinary was the question the boy turned to ask his mother: "What is that big, black noise?" A few days later, when his mother was putting him to bed, Edgar heard the chirping of a shrill cricket and demanded, "What is that little white noise?" For Edgar, low, rhythmic notes were dark in color.