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The Mandela Effect: Why So Many Recall Events That Never Occurred

The Mandela Effect: Why So Many Recall Events That Never Occurred

HowStuffWorks explores the Mandela effect, aka the Nelson Mandela effect, where many people remember the same thing happening that never occurred.

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