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Did Rudolph Fentz time travel from 1876 to 1950Legend has it that back on a warm summer night in June of the year 1950, a man dressed in fashion that resembled that of the 19th century appeared in the middle of Times Square. The man looked extremely ...


Mystery of the men in lead masks - There remains a case unsolved from the 60s that reads almost like a real life version of JJ Abram’s pseudo-science series Fringe. It begins in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Two young men, Manoel Pereira da Cruz and Miguel José Viana (both electronic technicians) were found lying dead together in the middle of a forest, their corpses dressed in their smartest suits with lead masks covering their faces.


Superficção: Rudolph Fentz - O Homem que Viajou para o Futuro

Rudolph Fentz ~ In 1950, a man with mutton chop sideburns and Victorian-era duds popped up in Times Square. Witnesses said he looked startled, and then a minute later, he was hit by a car and killed. At the morgue he was found to have a letter from 1876, $70 in old bank notes, business cards, and a few other objects from the 1800s none of which showed aging. After tracking down a lead investigators found that one Rudolph Fentz had gone for a walk in 1876 at age 29 and never returned...


Is the case of Rudolph Fentz a true tale of time travel, or an urban legend too bizarre to believe?