Skip to comments.Time traveler caught on film. Hey, why not?
Posted on 10/28/2010 12:52:52 PM PDT by JoeProBono
An Irish filmmaker has uncovered irrefutable evidence of the viability of time travel: a shot of a woman jabbering into a cellphone in a Charlie Chaplin silent film.
George Clarke, the Belfast director of the independent zombie film, "Battle of the Bone," spotted the time traveler in the DVD extra footage of the 1928 Academy Award winning film, "The Circus." He uploaded the clip to YouTube on Oct. 19, and it has since been viewed 1.5 million times.
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Ping the Apple freaks.
That is one of those new crappy iPhones. You can tell by the way she is holding it. She is making sure the attenna is not covered.
Maybe Bigfoot is in the next scene.
Gee, I wonder who she was talking to? Can you see what network she was on? Were the cell towers transported back in time too?
No cell towers back then so communication device must be wormhole capable.
Uh, there would not have been a network back then. The phone would be dead.
It is SCIENCE!
Its just a hearing aid.
John Titor, please call your office.
We have waaaaaaaaayyyy to much time on our hands.
And don't ask me how I found out it crashed.
No one time travels alone, except Titor. It could be a circa 2525 era walkie talkie and this person is yakking with their friend about being on the set of a Charlie Chaplin film.
Perhaps. After all, according to Joe Biden, we had network television in the 1920's, during FDR's presidency.
No cell towers and who the hell were they calling?
Glad to see the fashion trends in the future which use cell phones is still turn of the century Dickins.
Its not a cell phone. Its a transistor radio. The sound quality wasn’t great and there was street noise which is why she’s holding it to her ear.
From the comments:
Everyone's saying it COULD be a time traveler on a cell phone. But that it would be impossible because there's no cell phone towers. Uhh...what? lol I mean, if he's an actual time traveler, that would mean he's from the future. So who's to say there HAS to be cell phone towers in order for cell phones to work in the future?
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