If you're obsessed with conspiracy theories as much as I am, then you definitely know about the Mandela Effect. There's an entire website dedicated to this theory that is so worth checking out: Mandelaeffect.com/. For those of you who don't know, it's this idea that many, many people have a specific memory of something that either didn't happen or is not exactly how things were. The theory started with the death of Nelson Mandela, a South African president. Thousands of people remember Nelson Mandela dying in prison and they remember watching his funeral and watching riots from his death on TV. It is a common memory of people, but in reality, he did not die until 2013 (as you will see in my quiz below).
Obviously, there are more logical explanations for things, but at the same, there aren't. How can people, who have never met before, recall things like 9/11 actually happening on September 10th. Or, many people have thought that famous actor Betty White has passed, when in reality she is still alive and well. I have attached a quiz that I made to see how many questions you can get right — what do you remember?