Which Mandela Effects Do You Know?
In recent years, the Mandela Effect has fascinated a growing number of people. For those unaware of the phenomena, it’s a term for collective false memories that millions of people share. These often regard major world events, such as the death of Nelson Mandela, and pop culture institutions, such as the design of logos and the names of cartoon shows.
So why do some many people share the same false memory about so many things? Some people think that it’s just the result of common flaws in human memory. Others have more outlandish ideas, such as alternate realities and other conspiracy theories. Either way, the Mandela Effect sure is interesting. And one final note ahead: With each question in the quiz, you’re trying to identify the truth, and not the Mandela Effect that many people mistakenly believe. This way, you’ll see if you unwittingly believe a Mandela Effect. Just remember that what you think is true may not actually be true!
Countless people have been shocked by the Mandela Effect. Even people who don't believe that the effect is the cause of parallel universes are shocked to learn that they and so many others are retaining false information. But by checking a number of historical records, they learn that, despite popular belief, they and others are wrong, even if those people swear otherwise.
Of course, people remember things in an imperfect manner. But how can so many people have the same shared false memories? No one knows for sure. Take the quiz ahead to learn about some famous examples of the Mandela Effect, and try your best not to fall into any parallel realities.