An example of an Intangible Memory Object

An Intangible Memory Object is a term used to describe the virtual world a subject's memories create when Kirsten undergoes a stitch. For some reason, Kirsten was able to touch objects while undergoing a stitch and doing so caused the lab's computer to go haywire. Later on Kirsten is able to focus on specific objects that mean something to the deceased and access additional memories. 

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