Human memory may seem like a unchangable print on the mind, but it is actualy much more malleable than it would seem. Memory is very easily susceptible to modification and even implanting of new memories. As we looked at in class, the study of Bugs Bunny in Disneyland shows that people can easily recall seeing something which never happened. This is also shown in the case of Paul Ingram, who was accused by his daughters of abuse which never happened. His daughters were influenced by a woman at a religous camp, who made them believe that they had been abused and could not recall it. Paul Ingram believed his daughters would not lie and began to visualize himself commiting those acts so completley that he confessed to his crimes and was convicted. The Bugs Bunny study shows that memories can be changed, especially when they are related (Bugs fits in well with Disney characters) and the Ingram case shows that we can visualize and convince ourselves of a completely new memory.