17 Years Of Amnesia

A mum-of-one was left baffled when she woke up in the future – after a rare form of amnesia caused her to lose 17 YEARS of her life.Naomi Jacobs, 32 woke up in 2008 believing she was just 15 and about to sit her GCSE exams in the summer of 1992.But she was horrified to learn she was living in the 21st century – and was mum to an 11-year-old boy she didn’t even recognise.Doctors warned Naomi that her body had been under so much stress, part of her brain had simply closed down.

A mum-of-one was left baffled when she woke up in the future - after a rare form of amnesia caused her to lose 17 YEARS of her life.Naomi Jacobs, 32 woke up in 2008 believing she was just 15 and about to sit her GCSE exams in the summer of 1992.But she was horrified to learn she was living in the 21st century - and was mum to an 11-year-old boy she didn't even recognise.Doctors warned Naomi that her body had been under so much stress, part of her brain had simply closed down.

A mum-of-one was left baffled when she woke up in the future - after a rare form of amnesia caused her to lose 17 YEARS of her life.Naomi Jacobs, 32 woke up in 2008 believing she was just 15 and about to sit her GCSE exams in the summer of 1992.But she was horrified to learn she was living in the 21st century - and was mum to an 11-year-old boy she didn't even recognise.Doctors warned Naomi that her body had been under so much stress, part of her brain had simply closed down.

A mum-of-one was left baffled when she woke up in the future - after a rare form of amnesia caused her to lose 17 YEARS of her life.Naomi Jacobs, 32 woke up in 2008 believing she was just 15 and about to sit her GCSE exams in the summer of 1992.But she was horrified to learn she was living in the 21st century - and was mum to an 11-year-old boy she didn't even recognise.Doctors warned Naomi that her body had been under so much stress, part of her brain had simply closed down.

A mum-of-one was left baffled when she woke up in the future - after a rare form of amnesia caused her to lose 17 YEARS of her life.Naomi Jacobs, 32 woke up in 2008 believing she was just 15 and about to sit her GCSE exams in the summer of 1992.But she was horrified to learn she was living in the 21st century - and was mum to an 11-year-old boy she didn't even recognise.Doctors warned Naomi that her body had been under so much stress, part of her brain had simply closed down.