LDS man creates record-breaking word search

by | Aug. 01, 2013

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For the past 10 years Mel Crow of American Fork has worked off and on to create the world’s largest word search, and in March it became officially recognized by the Guinness World Records.

The word search contains 5,500 words, including 51,000 letters arranged in 204 columns and 250 rows. The full print is 10 feet wide and 15.5 feet long. Crow has also included 200 secret words in the puzzle, including the names of his family members. Although Crow is passionate about his project, he had never planned to work on it for 10 years.

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