Many people are experiencing memories of things that never happened. Why is this happening? The Mandela Effect was a term coined by Fiona Broom. She found that we can collectively experience false memories of events. The name “Mandela Effect” comes from a false memory about Nelson Mandela dying in a South African prison in the 80s. Do you remember that happening?
The Mandela Effect phenomena has plenty of examples you may be shocked by. Remember The Berenstein Bears books? They were actually named The Berenstain Bears. In the Star Wars movie, Darth Vadar never said “Luke, I am your father“. Instead, he says “No, I am your father“. In Snow White, no one ever says “Mirror Mirror on the wall“. What was actually said is “Magic Mirror on the wall“. If you look at the featured image of this article it shows the Fruit Of The Loom logo. Although, the actual logo never had a cornucopia. I’ll leave some more examples below.