Most people want to contact me for one of two reasons:
- To report their personal Mandela Effect memories or theories.
- To ask my help, dealing with those memories.
I appreciate your interest, and I’m very grateful for my many friends and fans. Almost everyone I speak with is bright and fun and interesting. At events, I love our conversations. Thank you!
To report an alternate memory
Online, the Mandela Effect is in the wild. If you have a new or supporting Mandela Effect memory, you’ll find many forums and websites with thousands of people, eager to learn more about your memories and insights.
To ask for my help
Since around 2016, I’ve been receiving more emails than I can answer. Once trolls jumped on board, things got even more bizarre.
As of 2020, I receive 2,000 to 3,000 emails about the Mandela Effect, every day. There is no way I can read all of them. I’m sorry. If I spent just one minute on each email, I’d need more than 30 hours per day to read them all.
80% of those Mandela Effect comments and emails are from people asking for help with their memories. I have never been able to provide that kind of help. You are the only one who can evaluate your memories.
My best advice is in this video:
Have you experienced the Mandela Effect? Fiona Broome explains what people can do if they remember something from the past… but it seems like that event ne…
And, if you’re concerned about your mental health, it’s best to talk with a qualified professional.
If you need to contact me for some other reason, first read the FAQs page at this site.
(Meanwhile, to save time for both of us: I will consult for TV shows and movies, but won’t appear in front of the camera. If time permits, I will write for anthologies, but I do not contract for complete books. And, if you need quotes for an article, I routinely check HARO and my Twitter account [email protected], when I have some free time. Note: I do not provide interviews for networks and publications intended to buoy a specific political agenda.)