The Mandela Effect is 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, remember 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 remembers 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.
The first Mandela Effect on our list is the one from which the phenomenon is named. Nelson Mandela, a prominent South African anti-apartheid revolutionary and President (from 1994 to 1999), died on 5 December 2013 (aged 95) at his home in Houghton. However, many people in different countries clearly remember Mandela dying in prison in the 1980s. Some of them even claim they remember his funeral being broadcasted on TV.