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Chaplin's time traveler



A short video about an unusual object spotted in an old Charlie Chaplin film.

   

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Comment icon #59 Posted by Lost Souls on 13 November, 2010, 13:59
Too much wrong with this to be right. Most of the flaws have already been pointed out already. Just seems to be clever marketing to me. Off topic but is there anymore of this floating around? Time Travel stuff I mean, I've seen the picture of that guy at the bridge opening but does anyone know of any other "evidence"? theres sorry if u heard of these, the one dude john titor and andrew carlssin. not sure its evidence, but its an entertaining read. google them.
Comment icon #60 Posted by zednuts on 16 November, 2010, 3:58
theres sorry if u heard of these, the one dude john titor and andrew carlssin. not sure its evidence, but its an entertaining read. google them. Hi Lost Souls, Unfortunately the John Titor story has been thoroughly exposed as a pretty shallow internet hoax as has the Andrew Carlssin story which, according to snopes, was made up by the weekly world news as a story and is just an urban legend. Time travel is a fascinating subject though. cheers, zedNuts
Comment icon #61 Posted by Nenaptio on 16 November, 2010, 4:17
it also doesn't have to have a cell network, cuz its from the future, it could just be a casual time traveler vacationing, and going back in time to be in a movie. Their signal mightve came from different universes and stuff :/
Comment icon #62 Posted by Lost Souls on 18 November, 2010, 16:12
Hi Lost Souls, Unfortunately the John Titor story has been thoroughly exposed as a pretty shallow internet hoax as has the Andrew Carlssin story which, according to snopes, was made up by the weekly world news as a story and is just an urban legend. Time travel is a fascinating subject though. cheers, zedNuts lol yup i knew that he asked though
Comment icon #63 Posted by arjhay on 24 November, 2010, 8:38
it also doesn't have to have a cell network, cuz its from the future, it could just be a casual time traveler vacationing, and going back in time to be in a movie. Their signal mightve came from different universes and stuff :/ I think its a woman suffering from an auditory hallucination back then. The reason she put her hands on her ear is to further talk or hear the auditory hallucinations.... I have seen people like this walking around in an Institution....
Comment icon #64 Posted by SAmbag on 24 November, 2010, 20:25
Hi Lost Souls, Unfortunately the John Titor story has been thoroughly exposed as a pretty shallow internet hoax as has the Andrew Carlssin story which, according to snopes, was made up by the weekly world news as a story and is just an urban legend. Time travel is a fascinating subject though. cheers, zedNuts I was hoping that your exposed link was going to be a thorough internet debunking by people who found out just who he was or something. Imagine my disappointment when it just turned out to be more metaphysical dribble sort of like the book 'The Secret'. Is there nobody who has been able t... [More]
Comment icon #65 Posted by iain c on 26 December, 2010, 3:32
dont know?? theres something quite creepy about this clip....something just doesnt feel right. Even if theres a logical explaination for it,it feels odd.
Comment icon #66 Posted by Crazyman420 on 16 November, 2011, 22:16
Just got done reading the forums. I've got something I didn't read at all. Firstly I see absolutely nothing in the hand of the individual. The "explanation" video talks about shadows. Look where the sun is coming from. I see an old lady with arthritis trying to keep the sun out of her eyes. The cell phone theory is absolutely stupid. To me the director was more just putting his names and the pitch in the beginning? Come on. Nothing interesting at all.
Comment icon #67 Posted by Mike G on 17 November, 2011, 19:21
Just got done reading the forums. I've got something I didn't read at all. Firstly I see absolutely nothing in the hand of the individual. The "explanation" video talks about shadows. Look where the sun is coming from. I see an old lady with arthritis trying to keep the sun out of her eyes. The cell phone theory is absolutely stupid. To me the director was more just putting his names and the pitch in the beginning? Come on. Nothing interesting at all. Did travel from 1 year in the past to our present time to answer this topic?
Comment icon #68 Posted by Halloween78 on 17 November, 2011, 19:43


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