She could have — she travelled to 1918 to test out her powers, and was stated to have affected the past. It's the butterfly effect — a small ripple can cause a tidle wave. This is the only way I can see to explain the massive contradiction in Hotel.
Given that every single character, even those who would have been long dead by the time the bombs fell in Apocalypse, has "presumbly killed by the bombs" stated on their page, I don't think it's a huge leap to add "Presumbly reversed by Mallory" into his bio?
ABCXYZ12345678 - 2nd Account wrote:
There is no proof of this. We can't just assume this based on the whole Time Travel effect. Unless we have confirmation of this we cannot say that this was a direct result.
Then why is this wiki filled with hundreds of "Presumbly reversed by Mallory"s?
It's impossible for Richard Ramirez to have been trapped at Camp Redwood for 30 years, before finally escaping in 2019... and to have died in 2013, in prison, according to Hotel. Either a new page should be created for the Hotel Ramirez, or it should be assumed that Mallory's time-travel had something to do with this.
Given that almost every single character on this wiki has "Presumbly killed by the bombs during the Apocalypse" on their bios, I don't think it's a huge leap, personally.
Those killed by the bombs in Apocalypse were "presumed" due to the fact that the whole world was destroyed with the exception of the Outposts.
"Either a new page should be created for the Hotel Ramirez" sounds like a much better than stating the latter without any imperical proof.
Ramirez could have just lied to Liz due to the "embarressment of being killed".....??????? And ghosts can still walk freely on Halloween, supposedly......
A lot in this season does not make sense: Limahl's death, Ramirez supposedly being in prison after 1985 and Brooke's apparent eternal youth in 2019....but just adding this is an assumption which is adding to the complication.
No, not possible. Richard Ramirez couldn't even have attended the Hotel in 2013 if 1984 is to be believed — as he was under constant watch from the ghost for 30 years, and since he keeps getting resurrected, and somehow escaped why would he return to the camp for? John Lowe also stated that he died in prison in 2013, too.
I think, given that time travel has been introduced in the show, and the timeline has changed in Apocalypse, we should just collectively assume that Mallory messed up the timeline in 1914. That at least has some substance behind it.
The whole "presumbly killed by the bombs" thing is just a baseless assumption, too. There are characters who would definitely have been long dead by the time Apocalypse rolled around with the same claim on their page.
Sad to say, this wiki is filled with tons of speculation that is listed as fact. I think it's probably a better route to get rid of the speculation, even if it does seem obvious, such as characters being killed by the bombs. And all the information concerning the Hotel version of Ramirez should be moved to it's own page, as these characters, besides sharing a name, clearly have nothing to do with each other and can't connect.
In an interview with Deadline, Ryan Murphy confirmed that AHS 1984 takes place in an alternate universe. In the answer to the question on music and if it was ever considered to have Billiy Idol appear on the show, Ryan stated the music festival was never going to take place and he was thrilled that Kajagoogoo gave them the rights to use "Too Shy" since they killed them in their alternate universe.
No, we can't make assumptions of any kind. Right now, all we know is that Ryan said it's an alternate universe. Whether this is due to Mallory's two time travels or it's just a parallel universe that exists on its own is unknown. One thing in the finale the asylum orderlies said people come looking for info on is frequencies. The movie, Frequency, is about time travel and alternate timelines. In AHS 1984, there's a lot of differences between IRL history and AHS history that was depicted throughout the season. So, we'll just have to wait and see.
Anyway, I know this is not that kind of thread, but did anyone pick up on any possible hints for the next season? I am really hoping for one that focuses on aliens, and even though that McMurphy said in that interview that setting it in space wouldn't really make it American, I would really like to see a Roswell situation or something like that (maybe some secret invasion; I'm just throwing out ideas). Maybe it could be a sort of followup to Asylum like Apocalypse was to Coven and (kind of but not so much) Murder House.
What if something that the orderly said provided clues?