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30 Years to Remember Own Name!

A Canadian man solved his own disappearance by recovering the memory past 30 years. The family thought Edgar Latulip had been killed or had committed suicide.

Edgar Latulippe suffered, for three decades, a severe memory loss, and he forgot who he was. 

Recently, small memories returned, solving the mystery.

When Edgar disappeared, with 21 years of home in Kitchener, Ontario, in September 1986, the family thought he had been murdered or committed suicide.

Police believe that 30 years ago, Edgar, who has the cognitive abilities of a child, took a bus to Niagara Falls and, at some point, suffered a head injury, leading to a loss of memory, which led to forget the name until now.

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