7 Weirdest Time Travel Stories – “Safety Not Guaranteed”

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Who wouldn’t want to travel through time, change a couple of things, make your life better with the knowledge you have now? Without any butterfly effect and all that unpleasant stuff, of course. Yes, everyone would want that. But some actually claim they already did it.

Nexter.org prepared you a list of 7 mysterious stories.

The Bold Street in Liverpool

Source: Visit Liverpool

Something strange is happening here. One day, a woman had gone into a Mothercare store to buy something but her credit card got refused. So she went home to complain to her mother. And well, the store actually had been there. YEARS ago. When they went back there, it was a bank.

There are also many other cases like a former police officer who said he suddenly found himself in the 1960s and a shoplifter who swore he had been in the past and even checked a newspaper for the date. It was May 18, 1967. The security guard who chased him confirmed that he had disappeared in a dead-end alley.

 

Iranian time machine

Source: CC/Thomas Claveirole

In 2013 news outlets announced that an Iranian scientist had applied for a patent for a time machine. Apparently, it could print out a summary of what was going to happen to you for the next few years. The scientist Ali Razeghi said, “My invention easily fits into the size of a personal computer case and can predict details of the next 5–8 years of the life of its users. It will not take you into the future, it will bring the future to you.”

Although, he is very cautious about releasing too much information or a prototype.

 

Project Pegasus and Andrew Basiago

Source: Youtube

Andrew Basiago claims that he’s been time traveling since he was only six years old. He was his fathers’ test subject in a top-secret program called Project Pegasus. His first trip was across the country—New York to New Mexico— but he also went back to hear Lincoln’s Gettysburg address and he has a photo proof.

According to Basiago, the government travels through time in a few ways. There is a device that allows you to look into another time from your own living room, called Chronovision. Basiago tried it and went public claiming that Barack Obama was also a “chrononaut,” and they went to Mars together with 10 other members. The White House denied it, for some reason.

 

The Australian Study Group

Source: Getty Images

This group claims to have discovered proof of .

There is a man named Ronald Pegg, who claims that texts that talk about visits from God and other heavenly creatures are recordings from time travelers. Also, that the Bible and other religious texts actually describe modern objects like CDs, a mouse, and computer cables.

Vice writer Mat Drogemuller wrote about the “proof” that he was shown at the workshop – Windows 95. Loading it and going through the black boot screen and the Windows sounds coincide with writings in Genesis and Revelations.  

 

George Van Tassel’s time machine

George Van Tassel’s time machine was called the Integratron and the point of it was to erase all the effects time had on a person’s body and prolonge their life. Van Tassel received this idea from a man named Solganda, who had come to Earth from Venus, and appeared at Van Tassel’s bed on August 24, 1953.

 

“Safety Not Guaranteed” ad

Source: YouTube

This ad appeared in 1997 in Backwoods Home Magazine. It was written by John Silveira as filler. But it got thousands of letters and he still gets them. Silveira said that he got this idea from an unfinished novel he had been working on. He has hundreds of letters from people advertising their martial arts and skills with explosives.

“Dozens, in prison, asked me to go back in time and talk them out of committing the crime that put them away,” he wrote in 2010. “Others (and not a few) were from people who begged me to go back and save a loved one from a tragic death. Those letters were so heartbreaking I almost couldn’t read them, and I felt a certain amount of shame for not anticipating the false hope I placed in so many hearts.”

 

Rudolph Fentz of Times Square

Source: Pinterest

In June 1950 a man named Rudolph Fentz appeared in the middle of Times Square in New York City and almost immediately got hit by a car and killed.

He was wearing old-timey clothes, had a business card with his name and some coins from the 1800s in his pockets. Police investigation showed that Rudolph Fentz had been reported missing in 1876.

Unfortunately, or fortunately, in 2005 someone did the research and found out that was a fictional story written by Jack Finney in 1951. It was reprinted, spread, and somewhere in between people just forgot that this was made up.

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