False memories or Mandela Effect refers to a phenomenon where someone recalls something that did not happen or recalls it differently from the way it actually happened. The name of the theory dates back to 2010 when numerous people on the internet falsely remembered Nelson Mandela was dead. It was widely believed he died in prison during the 1980s. Mandela was actually freed in 1990 and passed away in 2013. But thousands of people still do remember the fact that Mandela died in prison with news coverage of his funeral and a heartfelt speech by his widow.

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00:00 Mandela Effect – An Introduction
00:14 Mandela’s Death
00:48 Jiffy Peanut Butter
01:29 Moonraker (Dolly’s braces)
02:31 Berenstain Bears or Berenstein Bears
04:02 Mirror Mirror on the Wall
05:19 Ford Logo
06:13 Reason behind the Mandela Effect
07:40 Outro

Script and Research by Sajith and Sarthak
Video Editing by Sajith, Sarthak, Rahul, and Maria
Voiceover by Kris Yeti

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