I can heavy heartedly relate to this type of memory. For example one day I was telling my mama a story and my brother was listening. Now mind you, me and my brother hang out all the time and have the same friends. Anyway, I was telling the story but somehow mixed me and my brother's role in what actually happened that day. In my defense I say it was a long day! But my brother goes on to say, "No Cheyenne, I aint lettin you have that. You always saying you did something or was there but you wasn't!" Then my mom chimes in and says the same thing! So in my mind, I was like, "Wow, do I really do that, cause I truly think I'm there or I did what I was talking about..." This false memory phenomenon is so plausible and so realistic depending on your situation, like mine. This phenomenon is really a play on your memory. It's like how often you do this, what you come across so often. A smell, a place, friends, repeated conversations.... And so with this in your system when it comes time to tell a story or even recall it to yourself, most likely things will get slurred into one another and lines overlapped.False Memory Phenomena is a very interesting and true concept about life. But from my experience it seems to only happen when your excited and telling stories. When your calm your more likely to think it through.