On his twelfth birthday, Shane Simmons stared through the lens of a small telescope observing the illumination of the full Moon. The view was spectacular; he saw the crater-laden surface with perfect clarity. That was until Shane watched the Earth’s satellite disappear right in front of his eyes.
The Moon’s disappearance was something the 12-year-old would never forget for the remainder of his life, and the rest of the world would never be able to remember.
What happened to the Moon, and why couldn’t people recall the fact it once existed in Earth’s sky?
Why did the entire world’s population, except for Shane, have a false memory about one of the most recognizable objects previously known to human beings?