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cooldude2590

I read it a while back and am not sure if it was on this site or asstr. The story was a about a girl, when she is in her early teens, losing her sight and gradually gaining an ESP/another sense over a period of time. She also set up a gold mining company as she could sense and follow the gold veins. Also had inherited a big estate and had some bodyguards. Was shot at by rivals.

Wheezer

By the late Vlfouquet:

http://storiesonline.net/series/901/howly-howard

cooldude2590

Thank you.

meangene

Thank you Wheezer. I had read that he had health issues but did not know he had passed. Another great author that we have lost. He will be missed

Gene Younger
(the reader gyounger NOT the author Gyounger,tho I wish)

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Wheezer
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@meangene


Thank you Wheezer. I had read that he had health issues but did not know he had passed. Another great author that we have lost. He will be missed


I may be speaking out of my hat. I was certain that I read of Vlfouquet's passing on BTFH, but it's going to take me a while to read through all the posts in that thread. It's possible I've confused him with Volentrin, who has also passed. In any event, Vlfouquet has not posted on SOL since 2012 and it was reported that he suffered a stroke, so it is unlikely he will ever return to finish the stories. :(

Oyster

He's dead, no need to dig through old threads, just check his profile:
http://storiesonline.net/library/authorProfile.php?id=6258

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Wheezer

@Oyster

He's dead, no need to dig through old threads, just check his profile:


Thanks. I knew I read it somewhere. I just forgot where.

LonelyDad
Updated:

He has one book for sale on Amazon: 'The Chronicles of Abigail Silverlock'.

I also found out that he died in 1990. The source I found didn't say what of.

Edit: That is not accurate. When I was looking up Virgil Lee Fuqua III, I ran across a heritage site entry for Virgil Lee Fuqua that listed his year of death as 1990. I did not notice that this was the original, and not the III. I assume it was either a grandfather or father of our Virgil Lee Fuqua III.

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canadianmder

@LonelyDad

Obituary For: Virgil L. Fuqua III

https://prod1.meaningfulfunerals.net/fh/obituaries/obituary.cfm?o_id=3742942&fh_id=13670

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