Bobs Terrifying Memory Loss

A dad who’s terrifying bouts of memory loss have left him feeling like he is trapped in a movie.Butcher Bob Watt’s life is like a scene from rom com 50 First Dates – because for the past five months he often doesn’t recognise his wife of 18 years, Linda. The 44-year-old’s problems began when he set off for work in Aberdeen one morning but later realised he had walked aimlessly for 12 miles without any clue where he was going.

A dad who's terrifying bouts of memory loss have left him feeling like he is trapped in a movie.Butcher Bob Watt's life is like a scene from rom com 50 First Dates - because for the past five months he often doesn't recognise his wife of 18 years, Linda. The 44-year-old's problems began when he set off for work in Aberdeen one morning but later realised he had walked aimlessly for 12 miles without any clue where he was going.

A dad who's terrifying bouts of memory loss have left him feeling like he is trapped in a movie.Butcher Bob Watt's life is like a scene from rom com 50 First Dates - because for the past five months he often doesn't recognise his wife of 18 years, Linda. The 44-year-old's problems began when he set off for work in Aberdeen one morning but later realised he had walked aimlessly for 12 miles without any clue where he was going.

A dad who's terrifying bouts of memory loss have left him feeling like he is trapped in a movie.Butcher Bob Watt's life is like a scene from rom com 50 First Dates - because for the past five months he often doesn't recognise his wife of 18 years, Linda. The 44-year-old's problems began when he set off for work in Aberdeen one morning but later realised he had walked aimlessly for 12 miles without any clue where he was going.

A dad who's terrifying bouts of memory loss have left him feeling like he is trapped in a movie.Butcher Bob Watt's life is like a scene from rom com 50 First Dates - because for the past five months he often doesn't recognise his wife of 18 years, Linda. The 44-year-old's problems began when he set off for work in Aberdeen one morning but later realised he had walked aimlessly for 12 miles without any clue where he was going.