Are you new to the phenomenon known as the Mandela Effect?
Although my research uncovered many definitions, including time travel and alien visitors, two explanations are prominent.
1. The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon where a large number of people remember something that actually never happened – seemingly sharing false memories of past events – a failure of collective memory.
2. The Mandela Effect is the term given to memories from an alternate reality, or timeline, that thousands of people remember. In this new reality, TODAY’S past is different from their timeline’s past. The members of this group are discovering things (logos, movie lines, events, for example) that they adamantly have changed. Under this explanation, both memories are valid.
TODAY’S TOPIC: The JFK limo, Dallas 22 November 1963
CONTROVERSY: Did the Presidential limousine of John F. Kennedy on 22 November 1963 have two rows of seats or three rows of seats?