The Mandela Effect is a fascinating phenomenon that perplexes both psychologists and conspiracy theorists alike. Imagine a scenario where a substantial group of people collectively remembers an event or detail differently from how it actually occurred.

The term “Mandela Effect” was coined in 2009 by Fiona Broome, who noticed that she, along with others, believed that former South African president Nelson Mandela had died in the 1980s (when, in reality, he passed away in 2013). Her and others remember watching media coverage of the funeral as well as a speech by his wife.

There are many such instances of this phenomenon and we’ll be discussing some of them today.