An international task force of Time Travel Hunters has located yet another piece of evidence that temporal tourists are mucking about with our already fragile timeline.
Grays Sports Almanac. That book tells the future. It tells the results of every major sports event until the end of the century – football, baseball, horse races, boxing. The information in there is worth millions. And maybe, just maybe, it actually exists. I don’t really follow sports, to be honest. I got this tip …
I honestly don’t know what to do, anymore. For years and years, I’ve warned about the dangers of reckless time travel. And does anyone listen? No, not at all. Irresponsible time traveling tourists are still leaving proof of their future technology in the past!
What strange anomalies of space and time could account for the brief disappearance of an entire commercial airliner? In the late 1960s, or perhaps the early 1970s, a bizarre situation is said to have occurred involving a (now defunct) National Airlines 727 during its approach to Miami International Airport. According to the tale, all was …
A professor at the University of British Columbia has claimed that time travel is mathematically possible, though we’re unlikely to take advantage of said possibility in the foreseeable future.
Alleged chrononaut Andrew Basiago claims that in 1972 he was sent backwards in time to November 19, 1863. Where to? Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on the very day Abraham Lincoln delivered his Gettysburg Address.
Venture into the ancient temple of Seti I in Abydos, Egypt, constructed around 3,000 years ago, and you’ll find hieroglyphs upon its walls that some believe may prove the existence of time travel — or perhaps even ancient aliens.