Time travel proof could exist in the finer details of a handful of key historical events.
At least that is according to one TikToker who has examined a handful of incidents he believes have been impacted by people somehow travelling through time.
And his findings have sparked quite the debate among his followers.
Santiago aka @iyvonipss created the seven-part series that grabbed the attention of thousands of users.
While some TikTokers believe they are a bit of a reach, others say they are quite compelling.
We’ve brought together a few of his cases – but what do you think? Let us know in the comments below!
Andrew Carlssin’s Stocks (2003)
A satirical news site published an article stating that a man named Andrew Carlssin was arrested and investigated by the FBI after he claimed to be a time-traveller from 2026.
The ‘Wall Street wiz’ had apparently been making lots of cash from knowing which stocks to bid on before travelling back to 2003 to do so.
The report was disregarded due to the nature of the publication, but not before news websites and media around the globe – from Japan to Germany, Australia to the UK – took it up.
However, Santiago claims that there was evidence of missing cash from the stock market at that time – which he thinks is evidence of the existence of Mr Carlssin.
Pilgrims from Mayflower and Native Americans
When the Pilgrims from Mayflower were greeted by Native American Samoset, he spoke to them in English saying ‘welcome’ and asking for some beer.
Some TikTokers believe that Samoset’s knowledge of English before meeting the Pilgrims, who claimed to be the first foreign settlers on US shores in the 1600s, is a sign that time travel exists.
However, historians believe the Native American man learned some of the languages from English fisherman who had arrived before.
Hamburg Shipyard (1932)
A well-known time travel debate appeared on the list with the story of German paper journalist, J. Bernard Hutton and his colleague, photographer Joachim Brandt.
The pair were allegedly were assigned to do a story on the Hamburg-Altona shipyards in 1932 when they ended up being caught in a full-blown air-raid.
They managed to escape in their car but as they looked back, they couldn’t see any destruction to the shipyard.
The photos Brandt had taken during the attack showed nothing unusual. It wasn’t until 1943 that the British Royal Air Force attacked and destroyed the shipyard – just as Hutton and Brandt had experienced it 11 years earlier leading people to believe they had seen the future.
Indus Valley Civilisation (Ancient Egypt)
The Indus Valley Civilisation were a Bronze Age civilisation in the northwestern regions of South Asia, lasting from 3300 BCE to 1300 BCE.
One of the biggest known accomplishments of the Indus civilisation was the invention of the world’s first toilet with an underground drainage system.
The TikToker included this in his list as he felt as though this invention was further ahead of its time than it should be.