Mandela Effect Examples 66-70 – Alternate Memories (We’re All Mad Here)
The Mandela Effect is an unexplained phenomenon that is taking the world by storm and the alternate memories affect nearly everyone. For some, it’s a simple case of “our memory isn’t as good as we thought”, but for others, it’s solid proof we are experiencing a parallel universe’s timeline cross into our reality and it is disrupting our history. If you’re only just hearing of the Mandela effect, we would suggest reading our Mandela Effect Overview and Theories before diving into the list of Mandela Effect examples.
Lethal Weapon School Sniper Scene
Do you remember watching Lethal Weapon 1 with Mel Gibson and seeing him walk into a school playground that was being terrorized by a sniper? So do we, but apparently that never happened. There was no scene in Lethal Weapon of Gibson walking into the sniper’s line of fire and shooting him.
Houston, we have a problem! (MANDELA EFFECT FLIPPER)
If you’ve seen Apollo 13 with Tom Hanks, you may remember the line ”Houston, we have a problem”, and if you do, you’ve become a victim of the Mandela Effect. The line is the movie has now changed to ”Houston, we’ve had a problem”. The line has now changed back to ”Houston, we have a problem”. When researching this we watched the clip and were confused when we saw the line had ”we’ve” instead of ”we” in it, but we decided not to post is as an alternate memory because it was such a small change, but it WAS a change.
We are completely amazed that the line has now changed back because we show a couple of people and they were surprised the line was ”Houston, we’ve had a problem”. We are 100% certain the line in Apollo 13 changed from ”Houston, we have a problem” to ”Houston, we’ve had a problem” and then back to the original line. We have absolutely no explanation for this and all the logical and grounded theories have just been blown out of the window because this was a change that has happened very recently, then it changed back. Both the change and change back occurred in 2018.
Wizard of Oz – Scarecrow had a gun
Do you remember the scarecrow in the Wizard of Oz having a handgun/pistol? So do we, but this seems to be just another alternate memory of an event that currently doesn’t seem correct. The scarecrow, both in the movie and in artwork, does NOT have a pistol or gun.
Beam me up, Scotty!
We all remember the famous line; ”Beam me up, Scotty”, don’t we? Well unfortunately, you’re mistaken. This is another of the Mandela Effect examples that has baffled millions of people. That line was never said, but that’s not all. There’s even one Youtuber that uploaded a video of them at age 11, singing ”Beam me up, Scotty” along with the opening credits.
Alice in Wonderland – We’re all mad here
Have you seen Alice in Wonderland? Do you remember the cheshire cat that says ”We’re all mad here”? Well, so do millions more people, some of which have even had the phrase tattooed onto their body! It’s a phrase that’s been said over and over again, there have been products manufactured with the line on them, such as pillows, t-shirts and mugs.
However, this is one of the most baffling Mandela Effects because that line was never in the movie. The cheshire cat never said ”we’re all mad here”. The actual line was ”Most everyone is mad here”. If you have any theory or explanation for this, please leave a comment below!