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#195 - dafuqman
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#139 - nitrogendesign
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The 2nd one. The OG Anonymous!
The 2nd one. The OG Anonymous!
#115 - asmodeu
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1. Not necessarily a spaceman - could be just a very weird cloud formation with a black dot (a bird or quality of taken photo). The distance from the child and the spaceman is way off, compared to the angle the photo was taken, meaning the spaceman must have been huge as ****.

2. If you have the knowledge needed, it's not so difficult to hijack a tv show during the 1980's, when digital security was very lax, and there were lots of ways to bypass it completely.

3. There are plenty of John Does and unsolved cases - mostly related to the interlope world (where some people make it a living out of killing and leaving no clues or misleading clues behind).

4. Considering that I read it right, he hijacked a Boeing while IN FLIGHT ? That man deserves a medal and an honorary place in the US air force in my opinion.

5. In my opinion, the photo is photoshoped. I may be failing with this, but the difference in exposure between our subject and the rest of the people is quite off. There are other people in the middle of the crowd (ex old lady with glasses) which has her hair overexposed. The only overexposed part of the subject is a small part of his neck, but judging by the angle, his hair should've been overexposed as well (as with most of the people).


tl;dr Everything can and may be explained, at some point in time
#116 to #115 - asmodeu
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Note to add to point 1. : There is a distinct possibility that there may have been an actual spaceman (seeing that the first human spaceflight took place in 1961) who was falling freely from space, and landed quite close to them. I know it sounds off, but it's the only other semi-viable explanation I can find for this "mystery".
#118 to #115 - oneeyedman
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Just about number four, it was in flight, and a dude confessed to it on his death bed but they couldn't prove it was him.

That is all.
#121 to #118 - asmodeu
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That is so damn badass....

Considering how computer security was very weak before the 1990's, it was pretty easy to do some things and get away with it.
Computers didn't have the massive memory they have nowadays, therefore the main focus was performance over security. Nowadays, they can store all sort of huge hunks of data (gyga/tera/penta/.../ bytes) which may be considered irrelevant (for now), hoping they can find a use for it in the future (ex. weather stations or video cameras everywhere).
#122 to #115 - terrorrizor
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Clouds? Look closely there are buttons and a black mask part.
I'm not sure what you're trying to prove on 1-4, but 5 isn't photoshopped. As far as I know at least, there are many weird instances of that kind of thing. There's a thing like that where somebody has a cellphone or something.
#128 to #122 - asmodeu
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I have some experience in photo manipulating, but not enough to precisely spot every mistake.

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Something else that seems off about the individual at 5. is that you can see a lot more detail in him than others around (fabric, patterns, facial hair etc). If one were to take a photo from the 1940's and edit it with 2010's technology, they may be bound to commit an error in regards to the consistency of details.
#130 to #128 - terrorrizor
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maybe it's just that they edited the photo to give him more detail so you can see him better.
#131 to #130 - asmodeu
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That just sounds silly ...
#132 to #131 - terrorrizor
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FBI does it.
#133 to #132 - asmodeu
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No.
#108 - thechosentroll
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10 years before the concept of the teenager was born? So, before that point, people who turned 12 instantly aged 7 years and turned 19? Must be one hell of a 12th birthday.
#123 to #108 - terrorrizor
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Not sure i you want a serious answer, but if you did I think what they meant is that they didn't call them teens until later on. They were just kids. Idk if I explained it right.
#148 to #123 - arbazio
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Actually, I think it's the concept of kids dressing in that specific, trendy "teenager" way. Nothing to do with the actual age. Just my opinion though.
#91 - jdsalenger
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I just watch the Max Headroom broadcast.
I just watch the Max Headroom broadcast.
#37 - jamestheboss
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Some say he's a spaceman behind their daughter. All we know is he's called the stig
#31 - anon
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Number one is easy to explain. Its actually a robotic space suit controlling the wife of a time traveling humanoid alien designed with the sole purpose of rising out of a lake and murdering said alien. But, it's okay. The alien is just a shapeshifting robot
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#60 to #31 - xMWxBEASTx
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#2 - angrygirl
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#197 - feellionaire
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Are there anyone who believes 5 ? Like,seriously ?
#200 to #197 - coldfusion
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There are more "time travelers" in old pictures and videos. There's another one in 1 of the old movies of Chaplin (or w/e name is spelled), in the special feature, a woman is seen talking on what looks like a cellphone, in the 1020s i believe, don't quote me on that.
#212 to #200 - szymonf
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1020's... I wont quote you on that.


I knew you mean 1920's.
#219 to #212 - coldfusion
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lol! yeah, 1920s XD
thx man
#205 to #197 - rodneyphoenix
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Look at the guy next to the traveler and tell me that does not look like Laurence Fishburne.
#165 - killerblue
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D.B Cooper sounds like a member of the sly cooper family
#147 - chinchompas
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That max headroom intrusuion was the creepiest **** I've seen since VHS
www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWdgAMYjYSs
#144 - icanpaintyay
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aparently the max headroom one was a massive trolling atempt. it was just for lols.
#94 - luthervonappledorf
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I'm nearly 100% certain that the 'time travelling hipster' image is either shopped or doctored in some way. The lighting on the hipster is slightly off compared to the others.
#92 - joanriversvagina
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as a photographer, number 1 can be explained easily. back then sometimes they'd mess up the photos as they developed them and sometimes parts of other photos would appear in your picture after it was developed.
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#61 - rdangerdash
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That Max Headroom thing is so ****** up. I was expecting him to give a They Live typed speech but instead he just jokes around, gloating in the fact that he can do that. He took over television and all he did was make fun of nerds and get spanked. What kind of an evil genius is he?
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#57 to #56 - imsodrunk
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in the scp file it claims db cooper was found with the item and with his arm missing
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#59 to #58 - imsodrunk
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its pretty cool and the are really well done i had a bunch of **** about it on my old account but it got perma band
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#63 to #62 - imsodrunk
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i know i was just puuting another point of view on here to be funny
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#66 to #64 - imsodrunk
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i didnt know they had games i just read the files
#51 - kinglobster
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"that was ten years before the concept of a teenager was born"
this sentence ruins the credibility of the whole thing
#27 - KayRed
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Time traveling hipster was actually busted.
#25 - spoontang
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