Time travel is the concept of movement between certain points in time, analogous to movement between different points in space by an object or a person, typically with the use of a hypothetical device known as a time machine. Time travel is a widely recognized concept in philosophy and fiction. In all time travel theories allowed by real science, there is no way a traveler can go back in time to before the time machine was built.
The Mystery Of John Titor
John Titor is perhaps the most famous person who claims he’s time traveled; trouble is, no one has heard from him for almost 17 years. Also, he claimed he came from the future.
Victor Goddard’s Airfield Time Slip
senior Royal Air Force commander Sir Robert Victor Goddard — widely known as Victor Goddard — claimed to have experienced a time slip. in 1975, he wrote a book called Flight Towards Reality which included discussion of the whole thing.
The Hipster Time Traveler
In the early 2010s, a photograph depicting the 1941 reopening of the South Fork Bridge in Gold Bridge, British Columbia in Canada went viral for seemingly depicting a man that looked… just a bit too modern to have been photographed in 1941. He looks, in fact, like a time traveling hipster:
Time Travel in a 1928 Chaplin Film?
The Internet is abuzz this morning with talk of time travel – and it has nothing to do with the 25th anniversary of “Back To The Future” this week. Previously unreleased footage from Charlie Chaplin’s 1928 film “The Circus” has everyone talking due to what looks like a woman talking on a cell phone in the background.
John Titor is a name used on several bulletin boards during 2000 and 2001 by a poster claiming to be an American military time traveler from 2036. Titor made numerous vague and specific predictions regarding calamitous events in 2004 and beyond,
Rudolph Fentz is the focal character of “I’m Scared”, a 1951 science fiction short story by Jack Finney, which was later reported as an urban legend as if the events had truly happened.
The Man from Taured
A strange man walks up to the customs counter at O’Hare International Airport. He carries a passport, driver’s license, papers, all of it looking legit. There’s just one thing that causes the customs agent to raise the alarm – the passport and license are from a country that does not, and has never, existed.