The signs are unmistakable. The evidence is everywhere. The laws of space and time sway and crumble as you read this. YouTube has exposed their presence. They are time travelers.
Loopers come in many forms. Modern day men pose alongside pioneers in history books. Hipsters stick out in crowds well before their time. Cowboys use iPhones as they ride in stagecoaches. DeLoreans appear parallel-parked alongside curbs in grainy footage from decades past. Extras in Charlie Chaplin films casually chat on cell phones. School children carry Macbook Airs … during the Cold War.
Can anyone really deny that time travelers are moving fluidly throughout history?
You be the judge.
A man and his wife open a book and are shocked by what they find:
A time traveller caught on tape chatting on a cell phone in a 1928 Charlie Chaplin movie:
Man uses iPhone in 1948 film to find a good Saloon on Yelp!:
DeLorean parked alongside a curb in another Charlie Chaplin film:
A girl carrying a Macbook Air … during the Cold War!?
Time traveler saves pedestrian from certain death:
Hipster appears in 1941 photograph:
Another hipster, this time in another Charlie Chaplin film:
More shocking cell phone evidence from a 1938 film:
A man named Vonhelton takes a jaunt through history:
Time traveling teacher from the 1950s predicts Game 2 of the 2010 World Series?
Man travels through time under sink, meets older version of himself:
Artwork from the Getty shows a time traveler checking RYOT News in ancient Greece:
RYOT NOTE: The evidence is pretty damning and there is clearly a connection between Charlie Chaplin and time travel, but we can only present you with the evidence and let you decide for yourself. But let’s just pretend for a second that you don’t believe in time travel. Did you know that you can still buy somebody a trip into the future? Buyayear.org is an amazing organization that literally extends peoples lives by providing all the necessary food and medicine they need. You may not be able to travel back to your favorite decade, but you can give someone a trip into a future they would otherwise never have by donating today, or by sharing this story.