Time travel is usually considered to be very much the result of science fiction. While some people dream of it becoming reality, that still feels pretty far-fetched. While some are skeptical about time travel, others are true believers.
1. Charlotte Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain: These two women published a book in 1911 about their time traveling adventures in the Petit Trianon (Marie Antoinette’s private retreat on the grounds of Versailles). They claimed to be have been transported back in time where they spoke with the beheaded queen.
2. John Titor: In 2003, Titor began posting on message boards about his alleged “time traveling” experience. He included a photograph of a “trip” he took to 1941 of the re-opening of the South Fork Bridge in Gold Bridge, British Columbia.
3. Charlie Chaplin: In Charlie Chaplin’s 1928 film The Circus, a woman can be seen walking by the camera clutching something that looks like a cell phone to her ear.
4. Rudolph Fentz: In New York City in 1951, a man wearing 19th-century clothes was hit by a car and killed. Police learned his identity and discovered that he had gone missing… in 1876. The items on his person suggested that the man had traveled through time from 1876 to 1950 directly.
5. Billy Meier: This self-proclaimed prophet believes that he was abducted by aliens who took him to many different times and places. Meier claims that they introduced him to dinosaurs and also Jesus Christ.
6. Håkan Nordkvist: Nordkvist claimed to be transported to the year 2046 while repairing his kitchen sink. Once there, he shot footage of a man he believed to be his future self.
7. Bob White: From 2001 to 2003, people all over the world began receiving emails from a man named “Bob White” who claimed to be a time traveler who had gotten stuck. He was requesting help accessing “Dimensional Warp Generator.” The emails were eventually credited to infamous spammer named Robert J. Todino.
8. In his 2002 book “The Vatican’s New Mystery,” author Francois Brune claimed that the Vatican was in possession of a chronoviser, which is a device through which you could view past and future events. The Vatican, of course, denies its existence.
9. In April of 2013, an Iranian news agency reported that a 27-year-old scientist had invented a device that allowed people to see into the future. However, the Iranian government has denied its existence!
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