Have you ever had a moment of realization where one simple thing you’ve long thought to be a fact was actually false? Perhaps you’ve realized a song lyric is completely different from what you’ve been seeing all this time. Or maybe you’ve rewatched an old film and realized an iconic line actually reads differently. That’s what people call the Mandela Effect.
The Mandela Effect refers to a situation in which a large group of people has a false memory of an event. The theory is named after former South African president Nelson Mandela, who many believed to have died in prison in the 1980s when he lived many decades after that, only passing away in 2013.
Which of these two versions did you believe in? Do you think you’ve experienced the Mandela Effect? It is observed in many more events, but it’s also commonly seen in logos. So let’s test your knowledge right now through this quiz!
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