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What is the Mandela Effect

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What is the Mandela Effect

The Mandela Effect is an unexplained phenomenon in which people worldwide seem to have forgotten key aspects of history — or a large number of people remember something incorrectly, despite it being verified as true.

The Mandela Effect, the subject of many conspiracy theories, is the belief that…




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