Wizard of Oz: Scarecrow had a gun?
In the classic Wizard of Oz movie, do you remember the scarecrow having a silver gun? Thousands of Mandela Effect researchers have come across this alternate memory and they’re adamant the scarecrow never had a gun in the movie. How do you remember it?
Terminator 2: Judgement day or Judgment day? Alternate Memories
The action masterpiece that nearly every human who hasn’t been living under a rock has seen recently become a top Mandela Effect example. How do you remember the title of the movie being spelled?
Many agree the movie was spelled ”Judgement Day”, but now it is missing an ”e” from the title.
Billie Jean – Mama always told me! Mandela Effect Memory
Despite our alternate memory telling us Michael Jackson sang ”Mama always told me, be careful what you do”, this isn’t exactly the line from the song. It’s ”MOTHER ALWAYS TOLD ME”.
How do you remember the song that’s likely been replayed in your head hundreds of times? We remember ”Mama”, as do most or do you not have an alternate memory and perceive it as always being ”mother”?
Jaws – We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat Mandela Effect
One of the most talked about Mandela Effect examples comes from the 1975 classic thriller, Jaws. When Chief Brody and his team go out to hunt the man-eating shark, he sees the true size of Jaws and walks back into the boat cabin, saying: ”We’re going to need a bigger boat”, doesn’t he?
Well, apparently not. Despite them being a team, and logically him saying ”we’re”, the line actually goes: ”You’re going to need a bigger boat”.
The name’s Bond, James Bond – Alternate Memory
Bond is the longest running movie franchise of all time and no matter who played the iconic British secret agent, the line where he introduces himself is never doubted: ”The name’s Bond, James Bond”.
Well, before Daniel Craig, that’s not the line and never has been, apparently. When 007 introduces himself in the movies, the line is: ”My name is Bond, James Bond”.
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