Clive and Klaudia discuss the so called Mandela Effect where some people have different memories of events and people. It is so named because it was discovered many people seem to remember different things about Nelson Mandela with many believing he died in prison in the 1980s rather than him being released in 1990 and going on to become the President of South Africa.

Is this just a trick of memory or something more interesting, perhaps involving parallel timelines? Unsurprisingly Clive and Klaudia have different ideas about this!


The Generation Gap on Hertfordshire's Mix 92.6
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What is the Mandela Effect?

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