25 Mind Boggling Examples Of The Mandela Effect

25 Mind Boggling Examples Of The Mandela Effect

Have you and your friends thought you remembered something but then found out you all remembered it wrong? That’s called “The Mandela Effect.” It’s a phenomenon where a group of people collectively misremember a fact or an event. The term was coined by the paranormal enthusiast Fiona Broome. She, along with other people, remembered Nelson Mandela dying in prison in the 1980s rather than from illness in 2013. There are other events similar to this where a collective group of people remembered an event incorrectly. Are you one of them? Take a look at these 25 mind-boggling examples of the Mandela Effect to see if you are.

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  1. Hey, all! Hope today's video was as entertaining for you as it was to film for us! As you might have noticed, we have little stamps in the video that tell you when certain bits of banter ends. These were put in place when banter stretched past the length of the actual fact. We are fully aware that some of you subscribed to List25 for the facts and the facts alone. There's nothing wrong with that. We're delighted to share the knowledge and research that we put together!

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  2. Anyone remember when magician David Copperfield made the Statue of Liberty disappear? What year did he do that? I remember watching it live on television, and even remember the commercials advertising the upcoming event. I remember it happening in the early 90's. Problem? Wikipedia lists it as happening in December of 1983. I was born in July of 1983, and there is no way that I could recall something broadcast when I was 5 months old. Am I the only one who remembers this event happening much later than 1983?

  3. So it’s proof that the news was lying to us I remember seeing some of the stuff specifically on the news so I guess they were lying just like they lied about Mr. Mandela dying maybe just to give him a break who knows

  4. I was in class watching it live! I was in the fifth grade one of our teachers of our school was on it her Freind fellow teacher almost passed out from shock and school was cancelled and we got the next day off! This happened in 1984 I was 10!

  5. It was 1984 I was 10 and in the fifth grade it was one of our teachers from my elementary who lost her life on that day her friend who was a fellow teacher passed out school was canceled and the following day!

  6. The reason why they think of Jiffy is because they came out with the peanut butter and grape jelly called jiffy and it was taken off the market and this was way back in the 80s as well also the popcorn maybe that’s why they had to take it off the market because of the name brand.

  7. It's not pronounced "May-Er" for Oscar Mayer……

    It's "My-Er"…..

    I JUST watched the old and recent commercials.

    Come on L25, you can do better

  8. America has 50 states, and several territories including, but not limited to, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, American Virgin Islands. Quite a few states had been territories for many years before earning Statehood.

  9. Alot of these have left me mind boggled ! But the one that has me like "oh hell no" is the one about the guy laying in front of the tank. I remember this! And HE WAS RAN OVER!! I remember it being on the news and everyone freaking out asking why didnt the tank operator stop and that he didnt have to keep going and run him over! This shit is too creepy. I specifically remember with all my heart the guy was run over and crushed by the tank!