Actor Nicolas Cage Recalls Seeing Faces Inside His Mother's Womb

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In a recent appearance on "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert", actor Nicolas Cage shocked audiences by sharing his earliest childhood memory.

When asked about it, he revealed that he remembers seeing faces in the dark while he was inside his mother's womb.

Cage, best known for his roles in films such as "Ghost Rider", acknowledged that his memory may seem far-fetched, but he believes that it may have been triggered by vocal vibrations.

He further explained that he thinks that the electrical spark that animates the human body continues after death, but he does not know if it has consciousness.

Cage's mother, Joy Vofelsang, was a dancer who passed away at the age of 85 in May 2021.

Cage's revelation has caused a stir on social media and has sparked a debate about the possibility of fetal memories.

Nonetheless, his comments were made in good faith and should not be taken as a scientific fact.

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