||Anonymous 10092, a fisherman from the Isle of Wight, suddenly went blind whilst in the sea. Rescued by his mates, we went to Christchurch hoping for a cure. Three years later he was prompted in a dream to go to Malmesbury, which he did. On the eighth day, a Sunday, he was prostate before the crucifix in the church, and his sight returned as blood burst dripping from his eyes. This event increased Aldhelm 3's prestige among the Normans, which resulted in the translation of his relics in the presence of bishop Osmund 23 in 1078.