The people solving mysteries during lockdown
From searching for missing people to helping to catch criminals, there are growing numbers of people who are using their sleuthing skills while at home during the pandemic.
For almost half a century, Benedictine monks in Herefordshire dutifully logged the readings of a rain gauge on the grounds of Belmont Abbey, recording the quantity of rain that had fallen each month without fail. That is, until 1948, when measurements were suspended while the abbot waited for someone to repair a bullet hole in the gauge funnel.
"I am a student at the International Academy for the Study of English. In the future I want to become a professional English teacher or translator at the international level. I have already completed 2 higher educations. I love reading books and learning new things for myself.
I love traveling and fishing.
I have a wonderful family.
Christian in his worldview."