or Alternate Memory
The Mandela Effect is a baffling phenomena which effects nearly everyone. We created this page so you can share your Mandela Effect example or alternate memory.
The Mandela Effect was given its name in 2013 when Mr. Nelson Mandela passed away. Millions of people thought he had already died in prison in the 1980s, but he was released and became the president of South Africa from 1994-1999, later passing away in 2013. Since then, there have been many Mandela Effect examples shared all over the internet where people have alternate memories of major events.
If you remember the Chick-Fil-A logo like this: “Chic-Fil-A” or the evil queen in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs saying: “Mirror, mirror, on the wall”, you’ve fallen victim to this mind-boggling mystery.
Here, you are able to share your Mandela Effect example or alternate memory and we will research your submission and potentially add it to our library. Don’t worry about your alternate memory feeling mundane or unpopular, if you remember something differently to what it is today, we want to hear from you!
There are many different examples and there are going to be many more as this phenomena is only a few years old and it is gaining massive traction across all industries and cultures and attracting people from all walks of life including physicists and science professors who have tried to explain the baffling mystery.
Now is your chance to share your alternate memory and see who else has the same recollections as you do. We encourage you to visit our existing library in case your alternate memory has already been added to our site. If it has, there you will be able to comment and share your experience(s) and memories of how it used to be before it was changed by the worldwide mind-bender known as the Mandela Effect.