The Staggering Photos thought to 'Prove time travel Exists'

From people captured with technological devices centuries before being made, or famous celebrities pictured before they were even born - the...

The Staggering Photos thought to 'Prove time travel Exists'

From people captured with technological devices centuries before being made, or famous celebrities pictured before they were even born - these images are just some of the best examples.

But recent research has cast doubt on their reliability in certain cases and even raised questions as to whether some may even have been hoaxed.

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1. Swiss watch found in ancient Chinese tomb

Chinese archaeologists were allegged to have found a small, but perfectly formed metal watch when they opened a previously undisturbed giant coffin in the 400-year-old Si Qing tomb in Shangsi County, China in December 2008.

They were reportedly shocked to find the object with its time frozen at 10:06 and ³Swiss² engraved on the back.

Suggestions were made at the time that the only plausible explanation was a time traveller had gone back from the future with the watch, and somehow, who over's tomb it was had at some point obtained the futuristic timepiece from the time traveller.

However, it is now widely accepted the watch was a clever and original digitally-edited addition.

Despite, this the picture still makes it onto several sites as "proof of time travel".

2. Time-travelling trendy

At first glance, nothing seems to odd about this old black and white photo which turned up on the Virtual Museum of Canada website.

It was said to be of the early 1940s reopening of South Fork Bridge in Gold Bridge, British Colombia.

On closer inspection, one of the crowd appears to be out of place with modern urban clothing, complete with shades and logo-emblazoned top.

It was also billed as being proof of time travel, as surely no one from that era would have been dressed like that.

But further research concluded his appearance may not have been so unusual for the time.

It was established that the style of sunglasses had been available from the 1920s - so 20 years earlier.The "modern printed T-shirt" was also found to probably be a sweater with a sewn-on emblem, and of the type worn by sports teams of the period.

It was even found to be similar to one used by the Montreal Maroons, an ice hockey team of the day.

Or was he just a trend setter for his time?

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3. Woman on mobile phone in 1928

In October 2010 a YouTube film claiming to prove time travel went viral and led to many TV news and newspaper reports.

George Clarke from Northern Ireland uploaded the clip entitled "Chaplin's Time Traveler".

It was made from a new DVD release of the Charlie Chaplin film The Circusbonus, inclusing previously unreleased footage.

This included recordings taken at the film's Los Angeles premiere at Grauman's Chinese Theatre in 1928.


During these scenes, a woman walks by, holding an object to her ear.

Mr Clarke concluded she was speaking into a modern mobile phone, so could possibly be a time traveller caught on camera.

But Nicholas Jackson, associate editor for The Atlantic, later decided it was probably a portable hearing aid, as the technology, including rectangular-shaped ear trumpets, was just being developed back then.

4. Woman on mobile phone in 1938

Three years later in 2013 video from 1938 emerged which also appears to show a woman speaking on a mobile phone, prompting fresh claims of time travel existing.

The black-and-white footage shows a group of young factory workers, walking out of a building with one brunette, in a light-coloured dress, smiling for the camera, with a hand pressed against her ear as if holding a large mobile phone.

But a woman later came forward, claiming to be the grandchild of the time-travelling cell phone woman, who she named as Gertrude Jones.

The grandchild posted under the name Planetcheck online, saying her nan was 17 at the time.

She said: "I asked her about this and she remembers it quite clearly.

She says Dupont [who owns the factory in the video] had a telephone communications section in the factory."

"They were experimenting with wireless telephones."

"Gertrude and five others were given the phones to test out for a week.

"She is talking to one of the scientists holding another wireless phone who is off to her right as she walks by."

Another woman in the video appear to be holding one in her right hand, but far from her ear.

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5. CD case and box in 1800s painting

This painting was allegedly created in the 1800s, and it has been suggested it appears to be of a man holding a CD box with one being taken out.

At least, that¹s what they say.

As we know CDs were not in use until the 1980s, leading some to conclude it could only mean a time traveller was showing off his Eurythmics CD collection to his new Victorian friends.

However, it has since been suggested it was just a glass lid on an otherwise normal box of the time.

6. Time travelling celebrities

In 2011 pictures said to have been taken in the 1800s of Nicholas Cage and John Travolta dopplegangers were put up for auction on ebay.

The remarkable similarities to the Hollywood duo who in 1997 starred together in Face/Off, led to many claims they must have been edited pictures.

But the two, seemingly unconnected sellers insisted they had come across them in these states.

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By Jon Austin, Express


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