The Strange Case of Andrew Carlssin, a “Time Traveler” of the year 2,256 (proof of time travel)

The Strange Case of Andrew Carlssin, a “Time Traveler” of the year 2,256 (proof of time travel)

In 2003, a man named Andrew Carlssin was investigated by the FBI, at the request of the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) for being under suspicion of insider trading.(The Strange Case of Andrew Carlssin)

The Strange Case of Andrew Carlssin

The investigation was born product that the Securities Exchange Security Commission decreed that Carlssin managed to increase its investment portfolio from 800 to 350 million dollars in just two weeks.

In his interrogation Carlssin, 44, said that he traveled in time from 200 years in the future, and that his knowledge was what allowed him to obtain his fortune.(The Strange Case of Andrew Carlssin)

“It was too tempting to resist. In 2256 knowledge about the instability of the stock market is something so common that every person who knows the history of the stock market can take advantage of it, “Carlssin said.

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The Strange Case of Andrew CarlssinIn order to corroborate his claims, Carlssin provided some predictions, such as the exact date of the invasion of Iraq, and offered to give Osama bin Laden’s location and cure for AIDS in return for letting him “return to his ship” .

He also declined to disclose the location of the so-called “time machine” and discuss how it would work, fearing that technology could fall into the wrong hands.(The Strange Case of Andrew Carlssin)

In addition to this inexplicable story, he agreed that there was no record of him anywhere. Even the photo printed in the New York Times showed that no citizen knew about him.

Currently the SEC and the FBI deny having had any relationship with Carlssin. While lawyer Carlssin noted that they should have met in a court hearing on April 2, 2003, but did not file, he simply disappeared.

Some doubt the media, responsible for disseminating this news, such as Weekly World News, because it has no credibility of importance.

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  • Laban

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