7 most convincing time travel instances that will leave you questioning everything


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    Of all things unknown in this world, time travel has to be the one that fascinates the most. Here are 7 shocking time travel instances.

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Victor Goddard's Flight

    In 1935, Air Marshal Sir Robert Victor Goddard was flying towards a disuesd airfiled in Scotland. He flew into a strange storm with yellow clouds, before descending back into view of the airfield. The storm came back however and Goddard returned home. Four years later, what he saw came true. RAF mechanic uniforms changed from brown to blue; trainer planes were painted yellow; and the airfield was reactivated, complete with a new kind of plane he’d seen from the air: the Magister, first flown in 1937.

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Vanishing 1940 car

    Originally shared in a 1988 magazine article, this story follows two men who, on an early afternoon in Louisiana during 1969, encountered a vehicle from the past. While driving on a highway, the duo glimpsed an older vehicle. Upon drawing closer, they saw the slow-moving car’s license plate, which had the year 1940 on it. Inside, they saw a woman in ‘40s attire and a child who appeared scared and confused. After gesturing to her to pull over to see if she needed help, the two were astonished to see that the car had vanished. Another driver who witnessed the event also supported their claim.

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Year 5000 Photo

    In 2018, a man named Edward claimed to have traveled to the year 5,000 and returned with photographic proof. Edward asserts that in 2004 he was selected for a secret project which sent him into the future. According to him, the photo he shared of an underwater city is actually Los Angeles 3,000 years in the future. By that time, the world will have been flooded by global warming and mankind will survive by living in floating cities, such as the one from which he took the photo.

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John Titor

    In the early 2000s, online posts from this alleged time traveller took the internet by storm. John Titor claimed to a US soldier from the year 2036 in a parallel timeline. He also shared grainy photos of his time machine, as well as cryptic warnings about the future.

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The Moberly-Jourdain Incident

    In 1901, two British teachers, Charlotte Anne Moberly and Eleanor Jourdain, were visiting the Palace of Versailles, when they allegedly had a most unusual experience. While exploring the Petit Trianon, a small chateau on the grounds, the duo reportedly began seeing people in clothing from the 1700s, as well as buildings that hadn’t existed since the same time period.

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Taured Man

    Going through customs can be troublesome for any traveler abroad. But one man visiting Japan in 1954 had more difficulty than most. Arriving in Haneda Airport in Tokyo, this unknown man was detained – because his country didn’t exist. The man purported to be from a European country between Spain and France, which in our time is the microstate Andorra, but the man insisted that his country, Taured, had occupied the same location. Perhaps even more mysterious is the fact that he vanished from the hotel room he was given to stay in, despite guards posted outside his door. Even his Taured passport was gone.

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Sergei Krikalev-A Russian Cosmonaut

    Due to time dilation, Russian cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev is said to have traveled approximately 0.02 seconds into his future during his space mission.

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