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Man Trapped In Time Vortex Appears In The Future

Did a space-time vortex snatch a man from the 1800s and plop him down in the middle of traffic on a busy New York City street? Many witnesses—including the New York Police Department—say YES…

Time travel stories have emerged over the centuries . One of the best time travel stories convinced many people—including some of the NYPD—that time travel's not a theory, but real.

The Spanish website sinmisterios.com recounts the tale of the best documented occurence of time travel in recorded history. The incident is allegedly corroborated by witnesses 74 years apart.

All details are said to be documented by official law enforcement records.

Rudolf Fenz, Senior disappeared in 1876. Despite an intense search by police, Fenz was never found. Yet his family always held out hope that the kindly immigrant from Europe would return. They waited years, eventually dying one-by-one still with the hope that their beloved Rudolf might come back.

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Busy New York City, New York — circa 1950s

The return of Rudolf Fenz

Long after all his living relatives had died, Rudolf Fenz returned. And he returned in the most incredible fashion possible. For Rudolf Fenz suddenly materialized on June 1950 in the middle of a busy Fifth Avenue in downtown Manhattan—74 years after vanishing without a trace.

Seconds after appearing in the midst of heavy traffic he was struck down and killed by a car.

Time had played a cruel trick on Fenz, it propelled him three-quarters of a century into the future only to toss him in front of a speeding automobile.

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What is time, what is space? We really don't know

New York's Finest get involved

From the beginning of their investigation into the odd death of a strangely attired man, the New York police knew the case was anything but typical.

The motorist who struck and killed the odd pedestrian testified the man seemed bewildered and confused…in a daze. The driver swore the man literally appeared with no warning right in front of him.

The corpse itself was an enigma.

Although the deceased dressed immaculately and his clothes looked new, the police investigation confirmed the mystery man laying dead on the street wore clothing almost a century out of date.

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Police officers of the 1950s were no-nonsense cops

According to police records—written by the investigating officers at the scene of the accident—the dead man wore a black coat, a wide-brimmed hat, trousers and odd shoes that fastened with archaic, 19th Century style oversized buckles. He appeared to be in his early thirties.

Police found coins long out of general circulation—some still retaining mint luster—in the man's pockets. In his leather billfold were U.S. banknotes with dates preceding the 1870s and crisp calling cards engraved with the name "Rudolf Fenz, Senior."

The officers also discovered a receipt for the boarding of horses and storage of a carriage among the man's effects.

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Old Times Square, New York City — 1950

Amazing facts uncovered

Unable to determine where Rudolf Fenz, Senior lived—or locate any next of kin—the police handed the case over to one of their crack missing person's investigators, Hubert Rihn. With the resources of the Missing Persons Bureau of the State of New York, Rihn contacted his counterparts in European countries, including Austria and Germany, in an attempt to find any existing relatives of the victim.

Allegedly, Rihn's investigation ran into blind alleys.

Finally, almost in an act of desperation, Rihn requisitioned a copy of an old New York City telephone directory from 1939. There, the dogged investigator found an important clue: the directory listed a man named Rudolf Fenz, Junior.

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1950s New York where a confused Fenz met his death

That discovery, followed by a lot of painstaking police work, led Rihn to an elderly woman, the widow of Rudolf Fenz, Junior.

Here the case takes its most unusual and bizarre turn. The facts that emerged left the officers of the NY police force stunned.

During a lengthy interview with Mrs. Rudolf Fenz, Jr., she told investigators that her father-in-law, Rudolf Fenz, Senior, disappeared during his daily walk. At the time, his son—later her husband—was only four years old. Reports were made by the family and an investigation was undertaken by authorities, but no trace of her missing father-in-law ever surfaced.

The year was 1876. Rudolf Fenz, Senior was then 31 years old.

So Rihn dug into the 19th Century archives of unsolved missing persons cases recorded by the Missing Persons Bureau of the State of New York. There, to his astonishment, was the record of one Rudolf Fenz, Senior, reported by his family as missing. The record stated he'd never returned from his daily walk.


An old photograph of Rudolf Fenz, Senior accompanied the missing person report. The photo was the exact likeness of the man killed on the busy New York street.

Could the hapless Fenz, out for his daily walk, have been swept
up by a time vortex and thrust into the alien world of the future there only to meet a swift and merciless death?

If so, then Rudolf Fenz, Senior, who lived only 31 years, died 105 years after his birth

1/11/12 7:21 PM
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Too bad he wasn't alive if he really did travel through time.
1/11/12 8:05 PM
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Amazing story, any more stories of time travelers?
1/13/12 8:25 PM
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kanotoa - Amazing story, any more stories of time travelers?


There's the 1928 photo of a guy talking on a cell phone during the filming of a Charlie Chaplin movie
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Special phone with time traveling roaming, I need to get one when I go back in time to see my dad.
1/20/12 8:29 AM
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  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolph_Fentz

This is an urban legend written by a science-fiction writer.
1/25/12 1:03 AM
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kanotoa - Amazing story, any more stories of time travelers?


There's the 1928 photo of a guy talking on a cell phone during the filming of a Charlie Chaplin movie


I definitely believe this. He must have had great reception considering he was the only person in the entire world that all of those 1928 cell phone towers were servicing.
Alien technology doesn't require cell phone towers Phone Post
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Internet -   <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolph_Fentz">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolph_Fentz</a>

This is an urban legend written by a science-fiction writer.


its still real to me damnit!!
7/10/12 12:59 AM
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As far as the wiki, because one guy did some research does it mean its fake? The real Mccoy investigation would be to find out what cops were on the scene or that beat at that time and talk to their relatives as surely this story would have been passed down.
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moberly-Jourdain_incident

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