Time travelers. They’re everywhere, everywhen. You just don’t see them. You don’t realize that the very fabric of existence is being toyed with at every moment by inconsiderate time traveling tourists.
In 1996, Cyberflix published a PC adventure game called Titanic: Adventure Out of Time. It’s one of those games that’s always stuck with me, even though I’ve never actually finished it, and I’ll tell you why.
Back to the Future Part II’s 2015 version of Hill Valley was kind of evil. I mean, it set us up for complete disappointment. Here were are, one year away from 2015, and there’s no sign of flying cars or food hydrators or weird, A.I.-driven retro 80s cafes.
In 2004, Washington-based attorney Andrew D. Basiago began telling his story of a top-secret organization called Project Pegasus. Although he was only seven years old at the time, Basiago claims he had, from 1968 to 1972, participated in a number of bizarre experiments that took him on journeys through time, space, and potentially into parallel …
pre·scient – Adjective – having or showing knowledge of events before they take place; “a prescient warning” I guess it’d be weird if I didn’t at least acknowledge the recent “scientific” hunt for time travelers. Wouldn’t it?
If time travel is possible…
If you ever feel like disappearing for a few moments — maybe into thin air, maybe into another universe — consider heading over to Thompson Park in Watertown, New York.