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Chaplin Time Travel Explained - Commentary

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Uploaded on Oct 27, 2010

The video tells the story but "you be the judge" after looking at it through the eyes of our video editor with close ups. It's a Charlie Chaplin movie "The Circus" and shows a woman (that looks a lot like a man) holding and talking on what appears to be a cell phone.

That is all real enough but our editor quickly found the magic trick which easily explains it all,(the shadow problem) or does it?

Different shadows at the same time and same place can mean it is a doctored video but CAN is the key word here when contemplating time travel so lets look / think deeper.

Upon further reflection he came up with an idea that might still fit the time traveler model if you use a little Star Trek to assist us.

This idea would explain how time travel might really work and the secret way to detect time travelers here on earth (if his model is correct (less dense shadows) but the easy answer and odds are, it is just a hoax, publicity stunt ,,, but still fun food for thought :-)

YOU BE THE JUDGE and then let us know what you decide with a comment or two (as you also change your mind once or twice upon reflection)...

At least this is some new food for thought although I really think it is a Western Electric Model 34A "Audiphone" Carbon Hearing Aid made in 1925 but we have to research the film date AND that still does not explain the big watch on her/his wrist (women wore timepieces around their neck then etc and men wore them on their wrist hummm)...

Simple food for thought makes the long night with C2C go by faster :-)))))))) Thanks to: yellowfeverbelfast, George Clarke & Chaplin:-)

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