Use her picture to prompt a story of up to 140 characters or 140 words. Use the word of the week, if you can, but it is optional. This week’s word is 'fabricate'.
Criminals could fabricate evidence, Holmes knew, but there was no evidence of any evidence-fabrication here.
108 characters by Kay Davies, including spaces and punctuation.
My husband's contribution is even shorter:
Holmes could find no clues, even though he checked the stained fabric eight times.
82 characters by Richard Schear, including spaces and punctuation.
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