Difference between revisions of "Wallace rule"

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* [[Stonehenge]] (??) - ''In Search Of...'' (1977)
 
* [[Stonehenge]] (??) - ''In Search Of...'' (1977)
 
* [[Nazca Lines]] (??) - ''In Search Of...'' (1977)
 
* [[Nazca Lines]] (??) - ''In Search Of...'' (1977)
* [[Salem witch trials]] (1692-93) - ''In Search Of...'' (1980)
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* [[Salem Witch trials]] (1692-93) - ''In Search Of...'' (1980)
 
* [[Assassination of Abraham Lincoln]] (1865) - ''In Search Of...'' (1981)
 
* [[Assassination of Abraham Lincoln]] (1865) - ''In Search Of...'' (1981)
 
* [[Mystery of Mary Celeste]] (1872) - ''In Search Of...'' (1980)
 
* [[Mystery of Mary Celeste]] (1872) - ''In Search Of...'' (1980)
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Latest revision as of 10:10, 26 December 2020

The Wallace rule is an informal term coined by commenter Wallace on the blog Piece of Mindful in January 2018 for psyops that appear in documentaries and especially in the In Search Of... show running from 1977 to 1982.[1][MSM 1]

Examples

For more examples of the Zal rule, see the category at the bottom of the page

See also


References

Other

Mainstream links