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Man Claiming to be Time Traveler from Post-Apocalyptic 2028 Says He Can Prove It

Valencia Spain

A Spanish man who goes by the name of @unicosobreviviente (meaning “Only Survivor”) on TikTok claims that he is a time traveler from a future where all of humanity has vanished, and he has proof.

The man, whose real name is Javier, has been posting videos since February 13 of last year that show abandoned public places that he claims are from the year 2027. See, he’s from our current time, but he travelled to 2027 last year and he’s stuck there in 2028 and he has no way out, even though there’s still electricity and the internet and… TikTok.

“I just woke up in a hospital and I don’t know what might have happened,” one of Javier’s first posts states. “Today is February 13, 2027, and I am alone in the city.”

Javier’s TikTok account, standing strong at 6.6M followers, details the past 11 months of his time travel story. It features video clips of famous museums, public transit, beaches, and more from the (future) city of Valencia, Spain with no people anywhere.

Although Javier also has a YouTube channel, its follower count is much lower at nearly 88K subscribers. Still, interest in his story is quite impressive.

I think most of you realize (within the first paragraph of this article) that this is a roleplaying account where the user is acting out a fictional world through his social media, but it’s fascinating to see just how popular this account has become. The abandonment of these public places is most likely the result of lockdowns and off times, but Javier has been creative in his selective angles to give the illusion of complete vacancy.

When one of Javier’s followers asked how he still has electricity and an internet connection, he speculated that there is some sort of connection between the present and future. And apparently, this connection can support donations…

“I keep trying to find human life. I am starting to lose hope. Today I got something to eat. How long is this going to last? Mention in the comments who might be able to help me,” he wrote in a recent post. Lawl.

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As for this proof he’s mentioned, we’re not sure what he means. I imagine it has something to do with Javier showing himself going into restricted areas of abandoned museums with no problem, even after lockdowns are lifted and people are returning to a bit of normalcy. Maybe he still has yet to show that proof and he’s saving it for a big reveal. Either way, Javier has garnered a whole bunch of attention over this account and we’re curious to see where it goes.

[Via The Sun]

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Shawn has been infatuated with the post-apocalyptic genre since he wore out his horribly American-dubbed VHS of the original Mad Max as a child. Shawn is the former Editor-in-Chief at Joystiq's Massively.com, creator of the Aftermath post-apocalyptic immersion event, and host of the Through the Aftermath podcast for over 11 years. He currently resides on top of a mountain in the middle of nowhere with his wife and four children.

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