Letters to the Editor—Alternate Perceptions Magazine, December 2019
I read with interest James Dowell's article [November issue] about the 10 o"clock news. In the past 6 months this has happened to me at least 2 doz times. I would see/hear something profound/newsworthy and look for it the next day to no avail. I assumed the media was lazy or had something more interesting. Then 3 or 4 days later it was reported as if it happened yesterday. Perhaps more people are experiencing this slip. I was affected by the Mandela Effect.
from Jo Ann
This photo I took in Springfield, IL last year. It's not a reflection from our house, or any other. If you look closely you will see it appears to be between the branches. The night I took it I did NOT see that light but felt strangely compelled to take the photo. I checked out the surroundings the next day in daylight and there's nothing there to account for the light. I have had a few 'urges' over the years to snap pics where anomalies then appear. I should also point out that the light over to the left is not a streetlight, although, whilst it was still dark, having first seen the image, I thought it was. The next morning, I discovered there are no streetlights in that position. It's not the moon either. I believe it was connected to the rectangular light anomaly.
Mark Anthony Wyatt, St Ives, Cornwall, England