Two ‘time travelling’ stories have people scratching their heads.
Is the truth out there?!
Firstly to Ukraine where a man who turned up in Kyiv, in 2006 claiming to be from years in the past.
He told authorities that he was born in 1932.
The man also held a Soviet document from the 1950s, which he claimed this showed he was the age of 25.
YouTuber Joe Scott has delved back into the case, and come up with an explanation that might put the whole incident to bed.
As Joe finds, the picture of Ponomarenko purportedly from 2050 Kyiv has been “cloned.”
Thought that was bizarre, well this has been staring people in the face, for years literally, in the National Portrait gallery.
So a mother and daughter noticed what appears to be modern-day Nike trainers in a painting from the 17th century.
As you wold expect some people have declared that the person in the painting is, obviously, a “time traveller”.
The portrait of a Boy was painted by Dutch master Ferdinand Bol in the 17th century, which shows an eight-year-old boy in the painting.
“I said to my daughter, ‘Hold on, is he wearing a pair of Nike trainers?'” Foskett told The Sun.
“Looking at the age, he must have got his hands on the first pair of Nike trainers ever made. Or is he actually a time traveller?”
Maybe the people who made Nike saw this first, or maybe it is just a flick of a paint brush years ago!
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