So the Mandela Effect Is: What is attached to the top of Tweedledee and Tweedledum’s hats in the Disney Classic Alice in Wonderland movie?
Chances are, if you are like most people, you probably answered propellers. However, it turns out that is not the case.
The Tweedle boys actually wear little green flags on the top of their hats. Something most people, not even avid Disney fans, can picture in their mind when they think of the boys.
As mentioned in some of the articles on this site, I am one of those avid Disney fans. I have been a Top Rated Ebay seller for over 17 years and I have literally sold over 3,000 Disney items and collectibles. Many of them including items from Alice and Wonderland.
And yet even after physically holding, taking pictures and writing descriptions of figures, ornaments, cups, mugs, shirts etc. I never once noticed the flags. That is not until the Mandela Effect. Not that this actually proves anything of coarse, but it definitely caught my attention.
And, as you can see below, I am not alone. Do a quick Google Search Under “Tweedledee hat” and over 90% of them show propellers! That is an astonishing number of mis-memories!
Youtube Video Showing Quite a Few Examples of People Remembering Propeller Hats
Credit Source: YouTube MoneyBags73 – I Recommend this Youtube channel – It has quite a few very interesting videos on the Mandela Effect
Other Evidence of Tweedledee and Tweedledum With Propellers on Top
Adult Costumes, children’s costumes, drawings by artists all depicting the twins with propellers.
To be honest – I don’t know where the “beanie hat” or propeller hat first originated. I personally would have assumed it was from the Wonderland Twins. However it would seem that because so many people have seen them at one time or another they automatically associate it with Tweedledee and Tweedledum.
Is this an actual Mandela Effect? Probably not. It would probably fall under the “Common Mis-perception” category, but feel free to vote or leave comments below if you have another theory.