Even as a child, the man called "WO" knew he saw the world quite differently than his friends.Letters, numbers and words all had distinct colors.
He knew it, because he could see it with his own eyes. To him, a page of black print didn't look black at all. It was a symphony of color. The number "2" was bright orange, "5" was green, and so forth.
His young friends, no doubt, thought he was a bit nutty, but he had one close ally. His mother understood. She knew words had colors, because she,...Full Story