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Time travel ‘proof’ as Elvis Presley fan ‘holding a mobile phone’ is spotted in the crowd at his last concert

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BONKERS conspiracy theorists are convinced time travel is real after spotting an Elvis Presley fan holding what appears to be a mobile phone at his last concert.
Footage from the 1977 gig shows fans going wild for the music legend as he appears on stage in his infamous white and gold suit.
Elvis Presley at his last concert in 19772Elvis Presley at his last concert in 1977Credit: RedditA mystery hand can be seen holding up a rectangular metal object2A mystery hand can be seen holding up a rectangular metal objectCredit: RedditA group of women can be seen excitedly reaching out to Elvis as he chucks his towel into the crowd.
In the middle of the chaos and commotion, a mystery hand can be seen holding up a rectangular metal object that looks suspiciously like a mobile phone.
And conspiracy theorists have wildly claimed the shiny box-like gadget was a modern smartphone – and therefore proof a quantum leaper had infiltrated the gig more than 50 years ago.
Many pointed out the supposed similarities between the camera on the top left of the object and the snapper on a 21st century iPhone.
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One person said: “Definitely looks a lot like one of today’s phone cameras.
“Not sure on what technology was around back then though that could compare.”
A second wrote: “Wow I watched this clip 50 times and never saw that – that device was not around in 1977 that’s for sure!!”
A third said: “I lived during that time and we didn’t have anything like that at that time.

“The item even has the camera area like a current iPhone. Just saying.”
Another Redditor took things to another level and asked: “Could this be an example of the technological and medical advances the elite have access to???
“I have heard the rumours as an investigator myself.
“Or is it an example of higher dimensional travel???”
But many others brushed off the ridiculous claims – and suggested the object was a cigarette case or a juice box.
One person said the “mobile phone” looked very much like a Kodak 110 camera – a film camera introduced in 1972.
Another said: “I mean it’s odd, but if someone really had a phone and was taking a video, I think people behind her would be freaking out and would be like what the hell is that!?!
“There were no cell phone towers back then, so the phone would be useless except for taking pictures and videos.”
A third told simply Redditors: “It’s a old camera…”
Other historic images have caused a stir among time travel believers in recent weeks.
Conspiracy theorists were left in a spin after spotting a strange feature in a 1940s photo that they claim proves time travel is real.
The seaside snap shows a fleet of Brits escaping the realities of World War II with a day at the beach.
In the centre of the image, a man in a brown suit can be seen glued to an object in his hand that looks suspiciously like a smartphone.
As well as questioning his outfit choice, social media users became embroiled in a fierce debate over what was preoccupying the bloke.
He was quickly dubbed the “texting time traveller” after many pointed out he appeared to be scrolling through a mobile phone.
Bonkers theories also started to swirl regarding an ancient Greek tombstone after people spotted a woman using a laptop.
They claimed it was proof that a time traveller took a portable computer back to when the marble relief was sculpted in 100BC.
It came after art fans were baffled at a woman “holding an iPhone” in a painting from the 1860s.
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Another man was spotted thumbing what looks like an iPhone in a 1930s mural of a scene from 17th century New England.
And Apple boss Tim Cook joked he had found one of his firm’s gadgets in a 350-year-old masterpiece in Amsterdam.

Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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