The Mandela Effect is one of the most mind-boggling phenomenons to date. Many people have found themselves officially freaked out once they start looking into this strange occurrence. There is no specific date to refer to as to when it began, but it does seem only to affect people beyond a certain age.
This phenomenon is referred to as “The Mandela Effect” due to the fact that thousands of people recall Nelson Mandela having died in prison in the 1980’s, well before his actual death on December 5, 2013.
People claim to remember having seen news reports of his death in the 80’s, including funeral processions and talks of book rights involving Mandela’s widow. 2013, after Mr. Mandela passed away was when the Mandela Effect really gained momentum online.
There are theories suggesting it was a hoax or that people are simply mis-remembering the event of his death, but those that claim to have seen the reports in the 80’s insist that they are remembering correctly.
The Mandela Effect has been most noticeable in different forms of media and brand names. There have been changes to book titles, television show, movie titles, lines from movie scripts, product logos, product names, names of restaurants, the spelling of celebrities’ names, the deaths of certain celebrities, the geography of our world, and even our location in our galaxy!
There have been a few cases where people claim to have had children or spouses or more/less children and now they have vanished. There is even a Brady Bunch variety show called “The Brady Bunch Hour” that avid Brady Bunch fans are absolutely certain never existed, yet you can find it and another Brady Bunch TV series that supposedly aired in the early ’90s called “The Bradys” (which has all the original cast members, but they’re older).
If you are prepared to have your mind completely blown, check out The Mandela Effect Library to see many of the examples and alternate memories people have experienced from this worldwide phenomena known as The Mandela Effect!