Invisible Writing – An Art Form..?


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Many of us experimented with ‘secret’ writing as kids playing spies with our friends and sending messages to each other. There were kits you could buy to be a Secret Agent or there was always the lemon juice technique. However, as I read recently – see link:  http://mentalfloss.com/article/55195/11-historical-uses-invisible-ink  – there were numerous occasions through history where invisible writing was used for more sinister reasons.

How many of these did you know of?

Certainly it is fascinating to read about the culprits and there ’causes’. So that brings us to today’s prompt.

What method did/would you use and what message did/would you send and to whom. Have fun with it.

FunDay

 

 

 

 

 

And on the subject of letters, I had to share this wonderful story today. Letters declaring love shoould never be a secret – http://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/jul/01/real-life-love-story-ww2-soldiers-letters-recovered

 

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