CandyMan, CandyMan, CandyMan. Alternate Memory
If you’re a fan of the 1992 horror movie, Candyman, you will probably remember how many times you have to say his name before he appears, right? Well, we thought his name needed to be said three times, just like Beetlejuice, but the Mandela Effect has caused an alternate memory because if you re-watch the movie now, it’s five times.
This is an extremely popular Mandela Effect example as almost every remembers his name needing to be spoken three times. Mind blown? Don’t worry, we’re just warming up…
Shaggy’s Adams Apple Alternate Memory
In the classic TV series, Scooby-Doo, do you remember Shaggy having an Adams Apple that bounced up and down on his animated throat when he spoke? So do we, but apparently we’re all mistaken and it was just an alternate memory that never actually happened in reality.
E.T Phone Home [Flipper] Mandela Effect
What if E.T never phoned home? If you remember E.T putting his finger to the sky and saying “phoning home”, you’re recalling an alternate memory that never happened, adding this mind blowing example to the Mandela Effect hall of fame.
This has recently changed back and E.T now says “Phone home” again. This is considered another flipper. You can find the initial alternate memory debates all over the internet, but it seems to be back to normal now, similarly to the alternate memory from Apollo.
Mandela Effect Bible Change; The Lion or The Lamb
This Mandela Effect example really is baffling as we raised this alternate memory with some Christian friends as well as a church pastor in West Virginia. There was absolutely no doubt in their mind that the Lion laid with the lamb in the Isaiah 11:6 Bible verse, but today, that’s not the case.
If you read the verse, it’s a wolf. This alternate memory is definitely strange because the difference between a Lion and a Wolf is huge. As it’s considered holy scripture, and Christians want to be very precise and accurate concerning the words and meaning of the text, this really is a baffling alternate memory.
Beam Me Up, Scotty Alternate Memory
Don’t you perfectly remember the line “Beam me up, Scotty” from Star Trek, spoken by William Shatner? Well, even Google states the line was said in the original Star Trek Series, but it’s not true and the line was never spoken. This is one of the hardest Mandela Effects to process because millions of us remember the line and have paraphrased it over and over again.
If you would like the learn more about the Mandela Effect, more examples and the epic conclusion to the worldwide phenomenon, you can find all the answers you’re looking for in Alternate Memories: The Mandela Effect – Deluxe Edition Book.
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