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The Mandela Effect: when memories go strangely awry ...

I've been kind of collecting these "glitches in the Matrix" on Twitter. Basically the Mandela Effect is when large groups of people remember certain things entirely differently, and they are disturbingly certain about those memories. Are they from a different reality? Have time travelers changed our timeline? Are we being pranked? Or do we all just have lousy memories?
Probably the number one "Mandela Effect" that most people have heard of involves the spelling of the children's book characters, the "Berenstain Bears." Only most don't remember them like that, they remember "Berenstein Bears" with an "e." The Mandela Effect gets its name from thousands of people who remember Nelson Mandela dying in prison, before he became president of South Africa. I don't claim to know what's going on here, but it sure is weird and I thought I'd let my friends at Indymedia know about it.

 http://jpaulson.blogspot.com/2016/11/more-informal-twitter-polls-on-mandela.html

 http://jpaulson.blogspot.com/2016/10/happy-halloween-more-on-spooky-mandela.html

 http://jpaulson.blogspot.com/2016/10/the-mandela-effect-informal-poll-results.html