Time Travel

Open Lines: The Time Traveler’s Rendezvous

Occasionally, I’ll receive an email from a reader or fellow traveler. I don’t share all of them, but a few are so curious that I just can’t help but pass them along to you. This is Open Lines.

Today, we have a message from the enigmatic Lizelle, who claims to have traveled through time on a number of occasions. But this latest experience caused her to reach out to Stranger Dimensions. Make of it what you will.


“This was not the first, NOR the last time that i time travel. The difference is that I usually travel to my past, and next life time. I know who i will be in my next life, my occupation, what my house looks like, even who my husband will be then. At times i just time travel to enjoy the scenery and to relax.

But a while ago, i time travelled to the future. I was at a airfield, there was a man waiting for me, as if he knew i was coming and was not surprised to see me at all. We chatted for a while and he told me that the year was 2065. When i got up to leave he tried to stop me. And said that the loophole wasn’t ready, it could be dangerous for me. He seemed genially concerned.

I Didn’t want to leave just yet, but i had the feeling that i had to go back to my own time. His facial expression when i just left still bothers me. At one point i will try to go back to him and explain that i really had to go and did not mean to be [rude]. Or maybe he just might read my e-mail on this site in the future since i have this overwhelming feeling to send this e-mail to Stranger Dimensions.

I find it not to be a coincidence that i stumble upon Stranger Dimensions. If you do read this mail in the future, you will remember me as the woman with the long dark hair, all dressed in black …

Till we meet again.


Rob Schwarz

Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. Editor-in-chief of Stranger Dimensions.


      1. :) hmmm… wishing tht could be true & we too could accompany her in near future as well :)))) :P

  1. She said maybe the man would read her email in the future on stranger dimensions, how did she know it would be posted?

    1. My cynical side tells me that naming Stranger Dimensions in the email was a ploy to make me more likely to actually share it.

      I’m usually hesitant to share this kind of stuff, so maybe it worked…but then again, I’m a sucker for time travel.

    1. No idea. I got the sense from the email that it was more of an astral projection kind of thing, something to do with the mind. But since there’s no real proof, for now it’s just a story.