Skip to comments.120-year-old photo sparks Greta Thunberg conspiracy theories
Posted on 11/19/2019 12:39:34 PM PST by ChicagoConservative27
Well shes impressive but shes not that impressive.
Conspiracy theorists are at it again over a 120-year-old photo depicting a girl who bears an uncanny resemblance to teen environmental activist Greta Thunberg.
The photo, unearthed from archives at the University of Washington, shows three children working at a gold mine in Canada, including a girl wearing Thunbergs signature braid and stoic expression.
Historians believe it was taken around 1898.
Thunberg, 16, took the world by storm when she arrived to the UN Climate Action Summit from her native Sweden this year via sailboat having sworn off airplanes because of their environmental impact.
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Well post the pictures too!!!
Is she is ghost that needs a exorcism?
I'm guessing it's the one in the dark suit, right?
I’m thinking of those twin girls in The Shining.
Second Coming ? Is that what they’re saying ,LOL
What is the carbon footprint for time travel? How can Greta travel all the way from the 1800s, yet not be able to make it overseas?
Somewhat close. But not as close as the article implies.
Not enough scowl.
My husband was in Frankie & Johnnie’s years ago with a date (pre-marriage!) Sinatra was seated at the bar. As they left the restaurant, Sinatra smiled widely at the date and scowled evilly at my husband. And my husband is still a huge fan, lol.
Just before the photo was taken, one of the little boys tossed a food wrapper on the ground.
19th Century Greta turned to him and shouted “How dare you!”
Did you mean to reply to the Harry Connick / Frank Sinatra post?
I had the same thought
LOL! Don’t they know photo-shopped pictures when they see them!!
ah yes, Pippi Longstocking. LOL.
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