What makes an encounter stick in our memories?
Why do we remember some our whole lives and others not at all?
Learn the strange encounters of a wide-roving scientist, from all over the world.
Prepare to laugh and be shocked as Malcolm Windsor takes you on an astonishing journey.
Join him as he survives Nazi bombing to Hollywood hellraising via Buckingham Palace and Antarctica.
He suggests that things stick with us because there is madness, fun, embarrassment or craziness involved.
Can countries go mad? Yes, they can and he tells us about some. If the UN had a lunatic asylum they would have been locked up, but usually they locked themselves up. We treasure our memories. We fear losing them. We are our memories.