Photographs can be effective memorial cues for children when those photographs depict specific aspects of the event to be remembered (Aschermann, Dannenberg, & Shultz, 1998; Hudson & Fivush, 1991; Patterson, 1995). Can a simple photograph then, with no other information provided, help children to remember an experience they have never had?What happens in the case of a doctored image? Can it lead to positive or negative memories of facts that never took place?