The Mandela Effect Examples – 16-20

The Mandela Effect Examples – 16-20

The Mandela Effect Examples - 16-20

The Mandela EffectThe Mandela Effect Examples – 16-20

The Mandela Effect is an unexplained phenomenon that is taking the world by storm and the Mandela Effect examples affect everyone in some way or another.  For some, it’s a simple case of “our memory isn’t as good as we thought”, but for others, it’s solid proof we are experiencing a parallel universe’s timeline cross into our reality and it is disrupting our history.  If you’re only just hearing of the Mandela Effect, we would suggest reading our Mandela Effect Overview before diving into the list of Mandela Effect examples.  Here is the list of Mandela Effect examples that will literally blow your mind…

Henry VIII
Many people, including experts in history, seem to distinctively remember Henry VIII holding a turkey leg in one of his famous portraits, we remember said portrait in school, as well as being depicted in books.  Unfortunately that is not correct, no matter where you look, no matter how far you dig back into history, there has never been a portrait of Henry VIII holding a turkey leg.

The Mandela Effect Examples - 16-20American States
How many states does America have?  As a child, I remember being taught that there were 50 states that made up the USA, however, many others – most originating from somewhere outside the US – remember having been taught that there are 51 or 52 states.

South America
Did you ever look closely at a map of the world or a globe?  If not due to your own casual curiosity, then surely you would have studied a world map in Geography class in school.  How do you recall the position of South America on that map?  If you look at any world map or globe now, it shows South America as being set far to the east, much closer to Africa than what many recall.  Most of us remember South America as being situated much more directly below North America, almost lining up with the west coast.

The Mandela EffectInterview With The Vampire
Most people when asked what the title of this movie – adapted from Anne Rice’s novel – is called will tend to reply, “Interview With A Vampire”, but now you will find that it is, and apparently always has been, “Interview With The Vampire“.  One person went off about this one saying that it doesn’t make sense that it would be “THE” as there are many vampires in the movie.  What do you think?

Will Smith
Some people remember Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith as having divorced over 10 years ago, however, reports today say that they are still a happily married couple.  Just another example of The Mandela Effect.

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  • Spotted Feather

    Interview with A Vampire does make sense. The whole movie is a story being told to Christian Slater by A vampire.

    • w00t

      The origin of the error is from whoever translated the title into German

  • Corey Richardson

    just pulled down a genuine school wall map(kind that works like a window shade) with 1962 printed on it, and the western tip of S. America lines up with Florida. And all is good with the world.

    • J America

      Correct, but it never used to be that way…

      • Three_to_Five

        I very clearly remember it being this way 25 years ago. I had a trivia book, and it asked the question: if you dropped an apple from Tampa, FL and it fell due south, where would it touch South America? The answer is it wouldn’t.

  • Corey Richardson

    As for Henry the eighth,he was used in a commercial for an upset stomach medicine where he had the leg in one hand and indigestion on his mind.

    • Jerome Angelo Mosca

      I’m not from america and i’ve just seen and read about Henry VIII in my encyclopedias. I really remember him holding a turkey or a chicken leg. Now, i’ve checked my encyclopedias, he’s not holding any turkey leg anymore.

  • Adam Woods

    Since the American states one comes from those outside the US, maybe they are counting US territories. That would put it at 55 states. Close enough.

  • Gareth J Farmer

    I always remember the film version of Anne Rice’s novel starting with AN, ‘An Interview With The Vampire’