There’s no such thing as time travel, although there are plenty of theories and experiments regarding the subject by Physicists. Still, time travel in the way we see it in the movies does not and possible cannot exist. But wait… maybe these stories will change your mind.
Montauk Air Force Station
The Montauk Air Force station was decommissioned in 1981 and is now owned by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation asCamp Hero State Park, but quite a few people claim that there’s a massive, subterranean laboratory where top-secret government experiments in time travel are being conducted.
The rumors began in the 1980’s after Preston Nichols and Al Bielek said that they had begun to recover suppressed memories of working in the lab. One of the theories suggests that the laboratory managed to create a “time tunnel,” which allowed scientists to travel back to 1943.
Bold Street, Liverpool, England
An urban legend began over a decade ago, claiming that there’s some sort of time portal in the Liverpool street, sending people back to the 1950’s and 1960’s. The most famous incident occurred to a man walking and slipping back to the 1950’s. Upon returning, he recounted seeing the names of several historically accurate store signs.
Charles Chaplin Premiere Time Traveler
On January 6, 1928, Charlie Chaplin opened his movie The Circus at the Strand Theater in New York City. Outside the premiere, the cameras caught a woman who seems to be talking on a cell phone, causing later viewers of the clip to claim that she was actually a time traveler.
Maybe it’s some sort of Photoshop, or maybe this guy has that kind of face that looks awfully similar to a lot of people. However, some people believe that Vonhelton is actually a vampire or a time traveler. I go for the Photoshop option.
Hakan Nordqvist Meets Himself
Maybe it’s a hoax, or maybe, just maybe, Hakan Nordqvist actually found himself crawling through a tunnel and at the end of the tunnel was Hakan himself – but as an older man, somewhere around 70. He actually filmed himself holding… himself, and I’m pretty sure it would have been more believable if he would have given up on the photographic “evidence.”
A Macedonian archaeologist, Pasko Kuzman claims that the multiple watches he wears on one of his arms are actually time travel machines – One takes him to the Bronze and Neolithic Age; Another takes him to the future while the third is sort of a gold detector, which might explain why Kuzman is considered to be such an important figure in his field.
A Dude in the 1940’s?
All is ordinary in this 1941 photo, except for the guy wearing modern glasses and appears to be holding a modern day camera and being in pretty out-of-the-ordinary modern clothes.
Gray’s Sports Almanac
Oh, if only we had such a thing… But wait a minute. Some say that this chalkboard scriblling from a 1950’s educational film, saying “Game 2 Giants 9 Rangers 0” is actually predicting the future of Game 2 between the San Francisco Giants and the Texas Rangers in the 2010 World Series, that ended 9-0 to the Giants.