First Poll – Major Memories

It’s time to see how many people remember which memories. The first goal is to see if most people have all, some, or only a few of the most-reported alternate memories. Also, this is only the first poll of many. Future polls will look for other patterns among alternate memories and those who recall them. Note: I’m testing polling software, so this poll may change in the coming days or… Read More »

Fiona Broome

Berenstein or Berenstain Bears?

Many people who visit the Mandela Effect website have fond memories of the Berenstein Bears books. They read them as children, or family members read them aloud. It’s a cherished childhood memory. However, the books in this timestream are Berenstain Bears. A, not E, in last syllable. That’s not what most visitors seem to remember. The following are among the many memories people have shared, sometimes as part of longer… Read More »

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Accelerating Changes, Increasing Denials

Now and then, patterns seem to change. Perhaps it’s a coordinated ripple in our social consciousness. I’m not sure.  The following thoughts may seem philosophical, but they’re not. I’m talking about cultural studies and real events. I’m not sure if they’re relevant to the Mandela Effect — either in cause or effect terms — but they’re worth considering when we’re talking about unexpected changes. These broad scale shifts have happened… Read More »

Fiona Broome