How police convinced a woman that her bad dream was an actual murder
When Erla Bolladóttir was a teenager in Reykjavík in the 1970s, she and her boyfriend Sævar were detained by police for running an embezzlement scam through her employer. But the questioning that ensued soon veered toward two totally unrelated murder cases. Bolladóttir walks Piya through her complex tale of forming false memories under police pressure, and giving testimony that helped put some of her friends behind bars. Decades later, the case is widely seen as a vast miscarriage of justice.