At least three unrelated respondents in Karen Stoler’s dissertation, “Recovered and Continuous Memories of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis”, report corroborated cases of childhood abuse. The dissertation includes more than three documented cases of recovered memory, but three of the delayed recall cases jump out of the detailed narratives as clearly corroborated. The third, subject 23D, was referred to a psychologist after bursting into tears at a gynecological appointment. After beginning to recover memories of abuse by her father, she asked her mother about the possibility of her being abused and "Her response was she often wondered herself." Her memories are further corroborated by the testimonies of two sisters, one who reported clear and continuous memories of abuse by their father, and the other who reported that "she had memories of things happening but she thought they might be dreams" (Stoler 2000).
Stoler, K. (2000). “Recovered and Continuous Memories of Childhood Sexual Abuse: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis,” Unpublished Dissertation, University of Rhode Island.