My first...and latest personal example...

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My first...and latest personal example...

Post by direscribe » Sun Apr 29, 2018 1:00 am

I've experienced odd shifts in memory and reality at different points in my life. Some large, some small....usually small details though.

For most of my life, i thought I was having some form of cognitive or memory problems....worse, that I was having mental health issues.

However, I've also experienced bits and pieces of vindication that indicate that I'm not nuts.

Here's a small example and the latest one.

Do any of you remember the Stephen King book-based movie "Dreamcatcher"?

In it was the character of Duddits. I've watched it a couple of times over the years.

In my memory, Duddits was played by Zach Ward. He's a red haired Canadian actor and starred in many movies over the years.

Today, i turned it on Hulu and it was the same Hollywood movie....except Duddits was played by Donnie Wahlberg.

I texted a friend that had watched it with me previously. He remembered Zach Ward being Duddits too.

Then we both contacted other people. One remembered Zach Ward....everyone else remembered Donnie Wahlberg.

I have more examples that I'll discuss later.

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Re: My first...and latest personal example...

Post by neXus » Sun Apr 29, 2018 10:29 am


While i don't remember watching the movie Dreamcatcher, i definately remember the name "Duddits".
So as i don't really have any memories about this movie, unfortunately i can't add any useful information to this matter.
Thank you for sharing it, i'll keep my eyes open if i can spot other people with similar memories like yours.

I'm looking forward to your other examples too :)

ps: It might be a good idea, to put the important keywords (Stephen King's Dreamcatcher & Duddits) in the topic title, so other people can find it easier, if they are looking for the same topic.

Kind regards,
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