It’s a strange world we live in, filled with even stranger stories that we have a really hard time wrapping our heads around. Whether these nine accounts of time travel are true or not is totally up to you to decide, once your head stops spinning, of course.
In 1935 Air Marshall Sir Robert Victor Goddard went to inspect an abandoned airfield in Edinburgh. He made a note of its neglected state, got in his plane and took off. Suddenly heavy rain forced him to turn back to the airfield to wait out the storm. When he got closer to the landing strip, however, things took a bizarre turn. The clouds cleared, the sun shone brightly and the previously abandoned area was teeming with mechanics in blue jumpsuits. Four yellow planes were on the tarmac, one of them being a type he had never seen before.
For years he couldn’t understand what had happened, until one day four years later he was sent back to the airfield. It was now in full use, with mechanics in blue jumpsuits and yellow planes. Sitting on the runway was the plane he had never seen back in 1935— a Miles Magister, which was first manufactured in 1937.