This photo of a 1905 dockyard ‘proves’ time travellers DO exist… can you spot why?

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A PHOTO of a dockyard from 1905 has popped up online – and it’s said to prove time travellers really do exist.

The black and white snap captures a busy New York scene, with horses and carriages, and men dressed in top hats and suits.

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This snap of a New York dockyard is circulating online as ‘proof’ time travel is real[/caption]

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And believers say that’s all because of this man – and his hair[/caption]

It is said to have been taken at the Lower Manhattan banana docks at the very beginning of the 20th century.

But eagle-eyed believers think they’ve spotted something out of the ordinary for the era.

One of the few men who isn’t wearing a hat appears to have a hairstyle that doesn’t exist yet – a mohawk.

Believers are saying that must mean the man, who is dressed the same as the other workers, is a time traveller.

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Perhaps that is the case, or perhaps, more logically, the man had no idea his ‘do would become a rocking hit in decades to come.

This isn’t the first time traveller theory to circulate recently.

Conspiracy theorists were recently left in a flap after supposedly spotting a woman using a laptop in an ancient Greek tombstone.

A bonkers theory claims it is proof a time traveller took a portable computer back to when the marble relief was sculpted in 100BC.


TikTok has recently become awash with people who claim that they are from the future, or from the past, and have the ability to move between certain points in time.

It has prompted some alleged travellers to issue ground-breaking predictions such as potentially fatal meteor events and even a cure for paralysis.

A so-called time traveller shared new videos on board a helicopter as “proof” he is stuck in a post-apocalyptic future.

Javier – who calls himself Lone Survivor – claims he is posting from the year 2028 in a world with no other people.

Some of his seven million followers challenged him to prove his claims by going into an army base near ValenciaSpain.

Last month he posted footage of deserted barracks and a museum piece helicopter – although it was unclear if he was inside the base itself.


A few weeks later he followed it up with more footage that appears to show him climbing on board a modern rescue chopper.

He wrote in the caption: “If I can turn it on, where do you want it to go?”

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