Terry’s wreck & roller
A COMPUTER drive which held Sir Terry Pratchett’s unpublished works has been crushed by a steamroller in line with his dying wishes.
The wreckage will go on display at Salisbury Museum next month in an exhibition dedicated to the Discworld author who died in 2015, aged 66.
Curator Richard Henry said even the six-tonne steamroller did not manage to crush the hard drive completely but added that it was now “a little worse for wear”.
Rob Wilkins, who manages the Pratchett estate, tweeted that the unfinished books held on it had been destroyed.
He wrote on Twitter: “About to fulfil my obligation to Terry” while posting a picture of the drive next to the machine.
Fans reckon Sir Terry left 10 unfinished novels.
DYING WISH: Pratchett