It’s a phenomenon known as the Mandela Effect, and it causes people to reexamine even their most basic recollections.

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Following are excerpts from an article by Akash Bhardwaj at thetealmango dot com, entitled “40 Best Mandela Effect Examples That Will Make You Go Crazy”.

It’s a phenomenon known as the Mandela Effect, and it causes people to reexamine even their most basic recollections. There’s a recent refinement of false memory that typically refers to pop culture or current events in the New York Times crossword puzzle, published in June of 2019. Paranormal researcher Fiona Broome coined the term to describe when someone recalls something that doesn’t line up with the facts. For example, “Febreeze” isn’t the product you use to keep your house smelling fresh (more on that later).

For Broome, the Mandela Effect, or other people who claim to have vivid memories of different events or details, could be evidence that we’re living in parallel universes. In spite of our reservations, these comparisons between popular belief and reality have us staring at the keyboard in disbelief. In this article, we have mentioned list of 40 Mandela effect examples.
What is Mandela Effect?

According to the Mandela Effect, a large number of people believe that something happened when it didn’t. Looking at the Mandela effect’s genesis, some well-known examples, and some explanations for this strange convergence of perceptions can help clarify this unusual occurrence.
When did Mandela Effect Began?

Fiona Broome invented the name “Mandela Effect” in 2009 after documenting her observations of the occurrence on her website.

Robert Evans, the legendary film producer, once remarked, “There are three sides to every story: yours, mine, and the truth.” When it comes to creating fake or pseudo memories, Evans was partially correct. This is the Mandela effect in action.

When a significant number of individuals mistakenly assume something happened when it didn’t, it’s called the Mandela effect.

The Mandela effect may be found all throughout pop culture. The purpose of this essay is to investigate the reasons and mechanisms behind the occurrence of these false recollections.

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