Time Traveller Shows Los Angeles Completely Underwater In Year 5,000
A man claiming to be a time traveller has shared an image of the year 5,000 and – spoiler alert – it’s not good!
‘Edward’ has appeared in a video where he speaks at length about the future of the human race.
With him is a picture of an underwater city, apparently Los Angeles, 3,000 years from now.
It seems even though just last week we were warned robots would take over by 2030, disposable cameras and printing still exists three millennia from now. Frightening!
Edward, who of course has his face blurred and voice altered, claims he was a part of a top secret experiment in 2004.
He doesn’t explain what exactly that was, but why would he? We wanna hear about underwater cities!
He told Apex TV:
I was standing on a huge wooden platform. Not only me, houses, buildings of course, all made from wood.
And after, I realised it was the same city, Los Angeles, but underwater.
Incredible stuff, and in such detail!
He’s not the only one at it. Last week, some kid called Noah undertook a lie detector test about his claims of time travel and passed with flying colours. The ‘lie detector machine’ wasn’t shown on camera though. Oops!
Noah made a series of predictions for the future to warn all us ‘normies’ what the upcoming decade has in store for us.
Supposedly 50-years-old, he’d previously told Paranormal Elite he suffers anorexia and depression but took an age rejuvenating drug to turn him back to the age of 25.
In an interview with Apex TV he was quizzed on his predictions and authenticity.
When Noah is asked if he’s actually a time traveller from the year 2030 he replies: ‘Yes’ at which point, a small green header saying ‘TRUE’ lights up.
The results from the detector machine cannot be seen:
The rest of the video follows suit.
Apex TV wrote:
We did a lie detector test on Noah, who claims to be an actual time traveler from the year 2030. He says he is stuck in 2018.
In this interview, we ask Noah – the alleged time traveler – about how time travel works, the legitimacy of his story and in the end, we do an x-ray on his wrist that he claims is housing future technology.
You know what grinds my gears? Why is everyone asking about some irrelevant stuff that won’t matter to us? Why the year 5,000?
Just tell us if England will win the World Cup in the next 10 years or do one!