Dissociative Fugue…

Patient Name : Unknown

Sex : Male/Female

Age : Approx. 35 – 85

Date of Admittance :  22/06/2007

Patient Notes :-

Patient was brought to us on the evening of 22/06/2007. She was found wearing jeans, sweater [from Top Shop], and only one wellington boot.

Police were called after an altercation occurred in The Booze Bucket off-licence, Dorchester High Street, when the owner of the premises tried to forcibly restrain the patient from emptying bottles of Campari on the floor before placing them in the shop window.

The patient is now under observation at River Piddle Hall House, in the care of Dr. Clive Mutterfort, DGM, MRCOG, MClinPscychol, MFFP, DCH, PhD, GCSE.

Questioning reveals that the patient has no recollection of who she is or where she is from. Her description does not match any missing person records in our missing persons database.

Other than two minor injuries, a twisted ankle and slight bruising to the head, the patient appears to be in good health.

The patient becomes overly distressed and anxious upon seeing a bottle, whether in reality or as a picture in a magazine; although It has been observed that the patient is particularly peaceful when watching episodes of either Eastenders or Coronation Street – despite both these programmes having pubs as their social focus.

25/06/2007 The patient asked for a notepad and pen….

21 thoughts on “Dissociative Fugue…

  1. Ponita

    Will the patient write a letter to the doctor, pleading for release?
    Will she draw endless bottles in windows?
    Will she make a ‘help me!’ sign and hold it up in the window, hoping someone will come to her rescue?

    Stay tuned for the continuing saga in Mogwash, where no one knows the answers to any of these questions.


    1. Scarlet Post author

      Yes… I am hoping that someone comes to my rescue too!!! From this point on my notes get a little bit hazy and I am having to fill in the gaps!

    1. Scarlet Post author

      No worries Mr Lax, there are no clues here… I am tagging the posts with ‘Big Clue’, when there is a clue… I am kind like this.

    1. Scarlet Post author

      Ha! Yes, those pens would have come in handy…
      Do not worry about the soaps… it’s just that I like them… and the old blog gets a bit complicated for a couple of posts because I started writing soap reviews. I’m editing it all a bit so that it makes sense… well as much sense as I can unravel from it!

  2. dinahmow

    I’m feeling somewhat confused myself, having missed the beginning of this saga.Perhaps I should have a drink…Or is 0519 a tad early?
    The fact that our heroine wears Top Shop may be another clue…

  3. IDV

    I’m thinking that once furnished with paper and pen, the patient wrote an anguished letter requesting assistance, popped it in one of the empty Campari bottles and threw it at the River Thames in the closing credits of Eastenders?

  4. lisleman

    Clive has enough initials after his name to choke a horse. Is he a big ego doctor or can patients call him Clive? Thanks for adding the common pub aspect of those shows for us non-British TV watchers. I do love Monty Python and Mr. Bean though.

    1. Scarlet Post author

      I’m obsessed with Mr Bean’s Holiday… and ALL Johnny English films… they are suitably silly… but Mr Bean’s Holiday is my special favourite.

  5. 63mago

    It’s 05:27 this side of The Channel, the last drink is done and I have no idea what “Booze Bucket” could be. Sounds interesting nevertheless. And I want to beg your pardon for my earlier spelling mistakes: It is Molotow & pub. GOd …

    1. Scarlet Post author

      No worries about the spellinges erros, Mr Mags. Do you have off-licences in Germany? They are purveyors of fine wines, spirits and dubious ciders.

  6. Dangerous Linda

    I wonder which sweater she was wearing from Top Shop — a lot of them are kind of dowdy, right? If that’s all I had to wear, it might make me a little nuts…


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