Several years ago, one of my relatives mysteriously disappeared. He just never came home one night. A few months after he disappeared, the FBI questioned his (adult) children and his wife. No one had a clue. A few years later, he returned and could not remember a thing about where he'd been. I'm not sure if he realized he'd even been gone. Where was he when he was missing?
That is incredibly rare, and if it is a true case, I'm very sorry for everyone involved as the amnesiac may actually have lost all that time. I really dislike it when tv-series and movies "do" amnesia, as it is rarely true to the actual disorder, and the actual disorder(s) are devastating enough.
I'd like to know how my husband and I managed to have the same randomly generated pinnumber when we first met. I lived in Holland when I was a small child, but moved to Norway with my mom when I was 9. After highschool I went back to holland to stay with grandpa for a bit, and there, at the job I took on the advice of my then boyfriend, I met my now DH.
-Why did I move to Holland? Then-boyfriend(norwegian) wanted to go there, I wanted to move to Spain, we threw a coin. He won.
-Then-boyfriend insisted on taking the job in question, a techjob I really did not want, but money was essential, so I took it.
-Boy friend moved out, I met my now-husband. He was my supervisor, actually...
-Went out shopping months later, found out we had same, randomly assigned pin number.
-We also went to the same kindergarten 2 years apart. I moved all the way to Norway, and back, to meet this man that I now spend everything with.
I'm a scientist, and really, truly do not believe in destiny, but I still wonder how that happened. A lot of weird things coincided to get that outcome.
Edited for coherence.