Mandela Effect

Mandela Effect

Have you heard about the Mandela Effect, if you haven’t here is the theory on it. The story behind all this is there is a book named English Alive that quotes “Nelson Mandela died on the 23rd of July in 1991”, but turns out that Nelson Mandela actually died on December 3rd, 2013.

That’s why it’s called the Mandela Effect. Here is the most common Mandela Effect that the world is aware of.

The first one is kinda crazy we all remember that the Twin Towers were destroyed on September 11 but some people that were alive that day remember that happening on September 10. Is the government trying to trick us or are these people right?

The next one most people might be able to relate. We all remember the one book series and TV show. “The Bernstein Bears,” well turns out it was never THE BERNSTEIN BEARS it’s always been THE BERENSTAIN BEARS. All the books and movies all say “The Berenstein Bears,” except on video cassette.

One owner found out about this Mandela Effect and they had a cassette tape and checked it. On one side it said The Bernstein Bears and on the other side, it said The Berenstain. So who knows what the actual official name is.

The last one we are going to talk about is White-out you know the lifesaver that we use when we mess up with a pen. Well, you would think because they are helping us fix our mistakes everything will be spelled right, well think again. It is actually spelled Wite-Out.

Who knows has it always been like that? Will this make you look at Wite-Out different? Did all these Mandela Effect change you?