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Titor, John



An individual who turned up on internet discussion boards in 2000 claiming that he had travelled back in time from the year 2036. He made a series of predictions about the future and described his time machine in considerable detail.

Many believe Titor's story to be bogus and several of his predictions made for years that have now past turned out to be inaccurate. Following Titor came a number of individuals visiting internet forums and claiming to be time travellers from either the past of future, the Unexplained-Mysteries.com forums has had its fair share of them. In almost every case however the claim turned out to be bogus.

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