Mandela Effects

If you enjoy hearing about weird or creepy things, then you should know about the Mandela Effect. Mandela Effects are false memories of items and things that you would believe are true, but actually it’s all wrong. It is something completely different from what you believe. The Mandela Effect got its name from  Nelson Mandela, who died in 2013. Yet people remember distinctly of him dying in prison in the 80s. 

In society we are taught to believe what we see, the Mandela Effect proves that our brain tells us otherwise. Things change around the world all the time due to the Mandela Effects. Here are some of the most popular Mandela Effects.

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