Eerie photo of 'surfer dude' from more than 100 years ago 'proves time-travel exists', wild theory claims | The Sun

AN eerie photo of a suspected surfer dude from more than 100 years ago proves that time-travel exists, according to one wild theory.

The grainy black and white snap shows the mystery man dressed in modern attire and surrounded by people at a beach.

The man has a windswept hair-do and is in a baggy short sleeved shirt and shorts – a world away from the men in head-to-toe bathers around him.

Look a little closer and you can see beachgoers staring at the man in amazement.

The image first appeared in a book called The Cape Scott Story published in 1974.

It comes as creepy footage from 1938 is said to prove that time travellers exist.


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A woman is spotted in the footage and appears to be chatting on a mobile phone – decades before the tech was invented.

The black and white footage is said to have been filmed at a factory in the United States in the 30s and has attracted over 300,000 plays on YouTube.

The film shows a young woman dressed in a stylish 30s dress walking alongside a crowd of people.

She chats animatedly into a device held to her ear and then lowers it.

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But as she brings her arm down it can be seen as being the same size and shape as a modern cell phone.

A YouTube user has come forward to claim that the woman in the clip is their great grandmother who was using an experimental wireless phone.

The device developed by a communications factory in Leominster, Massachusetts owned by US industrial giant Dupont.

'The lady you see is my great grandmother Gertrude Jones,” said YouTube user Planetcheck.

“She was 17 years old. I asked her about this video and she remembers it quite clearly. She says Dupont had a telephone communications section in the factory.

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“They were experimenting with wireless telephones. Gertrude and five other women were given these wireless phones to test out for a week.

“Gertrude is talking to one of the scientists holding another wireless phone who is off to her right as she walks by.”

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