The Mandela Effect – The JFK Limo

Of all the conspiracy theories, the Mandela Effect is probably the wildest. For those who don’t know, the Mandela Effect theory states that pieces of history are being changed, usually in subtle ways, so that [the new] reality doesn’t fully align with how everyone remembers reality. Some of the proofs are quite mind-blowing, but I’m of the opinion that you can do a deep dive into the details and find a reasonable explanation for what’s going on.

One of the “proofs” of this happening was the JFK assassination occurring while JFK was in a limo with three rows of seats, while everyone seems to remember the car having two rows. Personally, I recall two rows. Not that I ever thought much about it, but my memory tells me it had two rows. The pictures now show three rows.

On a YouTube video, Kam Fatz gave a fairly neutral summary of this event, showing things in favor of it and opposing it.


There were some photos of the event which seemed to show a two-row version of the car and a three-row version of the car. I took a screenshot of those photos and then did some measuring.

The first picture does appear to be a much longer car than the second

But if you use the front tire as the yardstick, you can see that the car has five tire widths between the front and back tires, revealing that the length of the car is the same in both pictures.

My conclusion is that the car is the same length in both pictures and the apparent difference is only an illusion due to the angle that the photo was taken from.


There are still some decent points made in the video, specifically that he called the museum where the car now rests and the worker he spoke with, who sees the car several times per day, said it only has two rows.



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