Every Two Hours, This 16-Year-Old Needs to Be Told What Day It Is

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Experts say that certain memories can change over time—but what if you relived the same one every single day? For 16-year-old Riley Horner, she wakes up on June 11, 2019 every single morning.

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When Riley wakes up every morning, she expects the calendar to tell her it’s June 11—but when she catches a glimpse of the calendar hanging on her door, she does a double-take. “People don’t understand,” she said. “It’s like a movie.”

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Riley's Reality

The 16-year-old Illinois high schooler was experiencing Groundhog Day in real life. Except, instead of reliving the same day every twenty-four hours, her memory reset after 120 minutes. For Riley, virtually no time had passed since June 11...

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