The Mandela effect explained – Do you remember something else?

Published on January 25, 2019

The Mandela Effect is evidence that you may have experienced events from a different reality. Finding others with similar memories can affirm that. Have you ever been convinced that something is a particular way only to discover you’ve remembered it all wrong? If so, it sounds like you’ve experienced the phenomenon known as the Mandela Effect. This form of collective misremembering of common events or details first emerged in 2010, when countless people on the internet falsely remembered Nelson Mandela was dead. It was widely believed he had died in prison during the 1980s. In reality, Mandela was actually freed in 1990 and passed away in 2013. In this video we try to explain how the nature of the Mandela effect. We also give lots of examples of famous Mandela effects. Do you remember them differently? Thanks to The Lost History Channel TKTC for letting me use his video. Check out the original video via this link:

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