Have you and your friends thought you remembered something but then found out you all remembered it wrong? That’s called “The Mandela Effect.” It’s a phenomenon where a group of people collectively misremember a fact or an event.
The term was coined by the paranormal enthusiast Fiona Broome. She, along with other people, remembered Nelson Mandela dying in prison in the 1980s rather than from illness in 2013. There are other events similar to this where a collective group of people remembered an event incorrectly. Are you one of them? Take a look at these 25 mind-boggling examples of the Mandela Effect to see if you are.
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Renowned Roman Catholic nun and missionary, and one of the most popular and influential people of the past decades, Mother Teresa was canonized on September 4th, 2016, 19 years after her death. Nevertheless, some people recall her being canonized in the 1990s’ when she was still alive. Some specifically reference Pope John Paul II as the pope who approved the canonization.
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