P.S. All this makes for a fascinating reading, but before you believe any of it, you know that all this remains nothing more than conjecture until science proves it.
Time travel must be the one that fascinates me the most of all things unknown in this world. Of course, one has to be a believer of some sort to take any of this seriously, but some of the stories you’re about to read in the article will really make you think and ask questions that no one has the answers to. Is it real time travel? These people seem to believe that definitely.
1. When Sir Victor Goddard entered a parallel universe accidentally, Air – Marshal
Time Travel: A New Perspective in his book on the subject, J. H. Brennan talks about an’ accidental’ story of time travel that will definitely stay with you for some time to come. Air-Marshal Sir Victor Goddard flew by mistake into a parallel universe, according to the author. Sir Goddard was instructed to inspect an inactive airbase in Drem, near Edinburgh, Scotland, back in 1935, when he was still a Wing Commander. As Sir Goddard flew over it, he found the airbase in a poor state with cattle grazing on the wild grass that had now forced its way through the tarmac. It’s been in total shambles.
Fully puzzled by what the hell was going on, four years later, Goddard got the shock of his life. Europe was torn from war, and he came back to visit Drem. But this time he saw all he saw in 1935 back four years. Same, people are serving yellow planes in blue overalls. Full time to see the moment. He even found the plane he had previously been unable to recognize-a Miles Magister. Has Sir Goddard flying into the future for four years? Skeptics say that the location of Goddard might simply have been confused. But an explanation is too simple.
2. In the past, L.C is driving back
Strange Magazine 2 published an article entitled “Time Traveler” by Ken Meaux back in 1988. The article was about a man’s shocking account going by the name of L.C. Back in 1969, after lunch in the Southwest Louisiana town of Abbeville, USA, L.C and his business associate, Bob (false name) were driving along highway 167 towards the Oil Center town of Lafayette.
Shocked and unaware of describing what had just happened, L.C and Bob decided to continue driving. A little while later, while still on Highway 167, they saw another new car at a really slow speed passing through a very old car. It seemed to have been so slow that it looked as if the cars had stopped. The same thing happened as soon as the new car pulled in front of the car. It has stopped.
3. Eleven years before it happened, the news broke
News agencies would kill 11 years ahead of their time for a story. But honestly, if this happened to me, I would lose my marbles completely. This spine-chilling story was part of Ron Edwards, C. B. Colby, John Macklin’s book The Little Giant Book of Eerie Thrills and Unspeakable Chills. According to the authors, journalist J. Bernard Hutton and photographer Joachim Brandt were sent back in 1932 to do a feature story on the German shipyard in Hamburg.
Later, Bernard Hutton moved to London just before World War II started. What he read one morning in a newspaper nearly made his heart stop in 1943. It was a story of a successful raid on the Hamburg shipyard by a Roy Air Force squadron. It was uncanny the resemblance. This was a precise representation of what 11 years ago he and Brandt witnessed. How do I do it?
4. The man who came across himself
Håkan Nordkvist, 36, came home on August 30, 2006 to find his kitchen flooded with water. Thinking it’s just a leak, he crawled under the sink to solve the problem. But he noticed that it was just going on when he crawled inside the cabinet. So he kept on crawling until at the end of the tunnel he stopped right. When Nordkvist got out, he realized he’d landed up in the future, in fact in 2042. And strangely enough, in the future he even met himself, an old self of 72 years of age. To meet this guy, Future Noirdkvist was not very surprised. He even told him stuff over and above that only he could have known. They were even tattooed the same way.
5. The hipster time traveling
Look very carefully at this photo. Have you found something wrong with it? This picture was found on the website of the Canadian Virtual Museum and dates back to 1941. The picture is said to be Gold Bridge, B.C., Canada’s reopening of the South Fork Bridge in the early 40s. Although this photograph is completely normal, one can not help but notice this gentleman in hipster clothes. He really doesn’t look here like a’ part of the crew,’ does he? Could he have traveled back in time?
6. The man who traveled back in time to become a scam artist from Wall Street
On January 28, 2003, police arrested and detained a certain Andrew Carlssin for insider trading on Wall Street. It’s really crazy. Andrew went from having $800 to making, waiting for this, $350 million over a two-week period in the stock market. It’s like anything he’s invested in becoming gold. Making the kind of profits he has made is almost impossible. The cops arrested him on the allegation that he must have had information about illegal insiders. But the cops weren’t really expecting what Andrew had to say when asked why and how he did this. He claimed to be a 2256 year man. He knew exactly how the stocks would perform since he was from the future.
7. The Taured man
This one is an odd account that remains unanswered. The story goes this way-a man arrived at Haneda airport on a hot afternoon in July 1954, also known as the Tokyo International Airport. Described to be a Caucasian man with a beard, it is known that this man was French, but he was also quite fluent in other languages, including Japanese. Now, the story has a couple of versions. Some say the man handed over his passport to be stamped by Japanese immigration officials when the officers realized that while the passport seemed perfectly fine, there was no real-life country where it was issued-“Taured!”