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As they approached Bold street, Frank decided to go to another shop first, but bumped into his friend, and stopped to chat in the street. His wife went ahead without him. A few moments later, Frank said goodbye, visited his shop and turned to go back to meet his wife. After reaching Bold Street, he headed on towards the bookstore. As he approached, he glanced up and was surprised to see the name, Cripps above the door.
The van drive honked his old fashioned horn and drove past. Looking around, Frank suddenly realized that things were not quite what they should be. He looked at the cars driving past and realized that they were all old fashioned vehicles such as people would drive back in the 50's and 60's. And then he noticed the people. Men were wearing hats and macs, and the women were dressed in head scarves, full skirts and had old fashioned hair styles such as women wore just after the war.
By this time, Frank was beginning to feel slightly freaked out. He carried on crossing the road and headed towards the store. As he got closer he noticed in the window there were handbags, shoes and umbrellas. Suddenly he saw a young woman looking up at the shop sign. She looked confused. Frank went into the shop, closely followed by the young women. When they entered he was surprised and pleased to see that it had indeed turned back into a bookshop. The young women smiled, shook her head and said, 'that was strange, I thought it was a new clothes shop!
This may sound an unlikely tale, but the odd thing about it is that Frank was in fact a former Police officer who was used to dealing in facts, and definitely wasn't the type of person who would believe in the paranormal.
Frank never stopped talking about it. Was this a time slip? The second story concerns a young girl by the name of Imogen. She had decided to go into Liverpool to buy her sister Abigail a few things for her new baby. Upon arriving she was happy to see a new MotherCare store that had opened up on the corner of Lord Street and Whitechapel. She wandered around the store, and picked up a few baby items such as cardigans, baby bibs, and gloves. She was surprised to see how cheap the items were, but thought they were on offer as the store had just opened.
Taking them to the counter, she tried to pay with her credit card. The staff member looked at her suspiciously, and went off to get the manager. When she came back, she looked at the card and told Imogen that they didn't take cards.
So, disappointed, Imogen went and put the items back as she hadn't any money with her. When she got home, she told her mother what had happened. Her mother was surprised and really puzzled. Not believing her, Imogen took her mother back to the same place the next day. It was a bank, just as her mother had told her. The third tale is of a young man named Sean, who, while shop lifting in Liverpool back in , ran away from a Security Guard and headed down Hanover Street.
Trying to shake off the Guard, Sean, 19, turned into a dead end street called Brookes Alley. By this time he was out of breath and started to get a tight sensation in his chest. He soon realized that actually it wasn't a problem with him, but the atmosphere around him. He waited for the Guard to come around the corner after him, but he never appeared. So, thinking he had given him the slip, he sauntered back out and started to walk down Hanover street again.
But he soon realised that something was wrong. The road looked different, and so did the pavement. He noticed cars driving by that looked very old fashioned, and the road works that he knew were there, were now gone. Soon he saw that the people around him were wearing strange clothes. Crossing over to Bold Street, he noticed that there were traffic lights where they weren't before, and bushes growing around the Lyceum, near a bar that he recognized.
He carried on walking. Soon he began to feel that something was not quite right. Then he began to panic. He realized that somehow he had stepped back in Time. And the time slip was not going away. Then he remember his Cell phone. Taking it out of his pocket, he tried to get a signal, but of course it didn't work.
Eventually he began to really panic, but soon spotted a kiosk selling newspapers and headed over. Leaning over the Stand, he took a look at the front page of the Daily Post. There in bold lettering was the date. He wondered what to do. What happens if he can't get back to his own time? What about family and friends? So, speeding up his pace, he reached H. Samuel the Jewelers, and tried his phone once again. This time it worked. Sighing with relief he looked around and realised that he had returned to the present.
But the strange thing was, he could still see, down the end of the road, people still walking around in By this time Sean had seen enough, and dived onto a bus to go home.
When he was interviewed by the local newspaper later, he stated over four times, the exact account. Now, you may think that Sean was making the story up to escape from the guard. But the strange tale didn't end there. When the Security Guard was interviewed, he stated that when he ran after Sean, and turned down the dead end Alley after him, he said that Sean had completely disappeared! When the newspaper checked out the facts of Sean's story, they found that everything he said was historically accurate.
These three stories are just the tip of the iceberg. There are many tales from around Liverpool that tell of time slips, ghosts and other strange phenomenon. The stories keep coming thick and fast, and of course the more tales, the more likely people will start to believe that they are all being made up, or as the saying goes, Urban Tales.
So, what do you think? Real life time slips, imagination, mass hallucination or purely tales that have started out as fun but have turned into the greatest Urban Legends of all time. My opinion is that, yes, something did happen. Probably to the first guy, Frank who was just out shopping with his wife. The others? Maybe it was a case of mistaken roads, taking a wrong turning or just a glitch in the persons memory.
By the time they get home they totally believe what happened. Or is it true? There are so many cases concerning Bold Street, and just about anywhere else in Liverpool, that maybe, just maybe they are all living on top of the biggest time slip phenomena in the World. The time slips seem to happen and change quickly. My answer is the same as above. I think the object would disappear when the time slip went, but you never know! I read your story with interest. They may have been made up, but what would be the motive in making up the Liverpool Time Slips?
If true I think the big question is whether there was any interaction with those people from the past. I agree, there would definitely be no reason to make it up. Of course, it could be cognitive. In the sense that maybe their mind thought or hallucinated it. But of course, that can't really be it if they can confirm the shops etc were really there years ago. And yes we do really need to see the interaction between the people and times to get a picture.
Good question! It would be great, wouldn't it? The trouble is, for starters you wouldn't have the right money to pay them as money changes shape and colour all the time. And then there is the question, would the object you bought disappear along with the time slip? Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Hi Keith, that is weird! And that is the sort of thing that does make me wonder about timeslips etc. This was some think that happened to me in the 80s this the story i put on my facebook page.
Hi Keith, never thought of that, but maybe you are right! Something is definitely interfering with the atmosphere and atoms. Thanks for reading.
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Thanks for your email Jacqueline, and your fascinating story. Yes I have had that buzzing and sleep paralysis. I have had astral projection too when I was young. I have had a number of 'Astral Projections' throughout my life which were frightening. Once I had to have my mother hold my hand to stop me coming out of my body. Whenever one happened I would feel paralysed and unable to scream or move and my body would float out, but before it happened there was a sort of fizzing and electrical sound in the back of my brain, Pineal?
I have since found out that this is called sleep paralysis where the dreamer is still awake. The doctor called it petit mal. My daughter has the same experiences but gets auras, sometimes four in a morning, which the doctors have called Focal seizures. Neither of us suffers from epilepsy and I can watch many flashing strobe lights which prove this. However, I have had a time slip experience where I was on one spot of the M6 and just a few seconds later a hundred miles down the road where I really wanted to be. It was a shock but I accepted it as I had had many mystical experiences.
I do believe that our brain could go into an electrical storm with itself and pick up perhaps remnants or memories in dna, perhaps even passed down memories. Perhaps the DNA could even have some help in time travelling in the future. Electricity, DNA?? I read that we could never go back in time through a wormhole because the feedback would destroy us, but what if the feedback can be directed elsewhere, like the feedback from music amps where we just point the mic. ALL sorts of anomalies aren't there? But I do believe that everything, the past, present and future are not separated.
It is our conditioning and our wish to live in an ordered world that makes us adhere to time. I also believe that one day when the energy of the whole of the universe collapses that the big bang will occur again and the whole of history will repeat itself, including our own personal lives. I believe, not so much in reincarnation, but in our reincarnating selves. We will see our pram again, our parents, and things will be purer each time. Like a tree dies over winter and comes back into life in Spring, in a bigger and better form.
They say that we can't go back in time because of the feedback but what if we could go so far into the future that we go round in the circle to the big bang again and arrive at our desired destination from the PAST. I would be thrilled to talk to some physicist over this. Sadly I am not a physicist and cannot provide the equations. I believe that we only see and experience the continuation of time because of our conditioning which goes way back in our DNA. It is our way of understanding and travelling the omnipresence we are all part of.
If that deep conditioning slips for a moment, for instance, taking LDS can slow down time and even alter spaces, then in that world, a quantum space, whether others can see us in different spaces as they ae in those different quantum spaces, but perhaps the ones who cannot see us have stayed behind in their own quantum space.
For some reason, I do not have the time to write a lot more on this that I could because it would unsettle. Hear hear! First, I'm not given to blindly believe the countless attention-seeking internet claims and accounts without verifiable evidence, but often less likely to believe the ramblings of skeptics who's frustated explanations are frequently more implausible. Even GPS satellites in rapid geostationary motion must be regularly calibrated to maintain accuracy resulting from motion-based time dilation. The effect upon entrant observers would be quite the same.
I'm also inclined to believe that relative variations in space-time can indeed exist without an influential body, unlike hollow explanations of 'dark matter' employed to explain 'dark energy' in free space. Without energistic losses, such variations might exist in perpetuity, and likely created by the incredible forces within galaxies and black holes, for example.
To the ardent skeptic I would suggest keeping an open mind, rather than struggle to reduce everything in the world about us to simplistic, and often more ridiculous explanations - without facts either way. It is absolutely healthy to remain skeptical, but to shut out objective exploration is at-least as bad, or worse, than wishing to blindly believe in the hitherto unexplained. Thanks Nathan, the whole thing is amazing isn't it?
I would love to go to Liverpool and see if I could see it to! I always found the first report fascinating, since not only was the gentleman seemingly bounced to another time, but a second person the young woman was pulled into the past temporarily as well. Yes you could well be right there Francisco! I do believe that electricity in our brain can sometimes see through the veil.
Like Tesla once said, how been electrocuted he saw a glimpse of past present and future at the same time, and he is a very credible person, just look is history and what he gave us. We live in a electric world and we are made of the same, our senses are built to perceive electricity in is many forms. And is our brains that built our realities upon that senses, and every brain is built in different ways. Like a color blind don't perceive the same color as you. Could it be some electromagnetic phenomenon at the moment that spike something in certain peoples mind?
Thanks amazing Joanna! I totally agree that if you are tired or in the 'middle state' as I like to call it, you can definitely see some strange things such as time travel. Nell, I have to agree with Tim Truzy. Exhaustion lowers the barriers we adults erect between "reality" and "bleed through" from other times. Therefore I credit a combination of jet lag and too much sightseeing to events I experienced during a week in London.
One was definitely a time slip: a paved side street turning to cobblestone and then back to paved within a minute or so. But another was a scene from the 17th or 18th century overlaid on the present for several minutes - an elaborately-decorated coach and matched team appeared from a side street and traveled across a busy thoroughfare before disappearing into a side street at the other side. Despite a sense that the coach and team couldn't be real, they were real enough that I held my breath that they wouldn't be hit by the double-decker bus headed toward them, but was never sure they dodged the bus or simply went through the front of it.
I watched all this from about three blocks away, from in front of the West Hampstead tube station. Going north from that point the road dips down and then back up again, so I and the side street from which the coach emerged were basically at the same elevation, with the traffic in between below us.
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I do believe that when we are tired our brains 'see' more than what we would normally see. So yes I totally believe, thanks. I suspect these events are global phenomena, Nell. The stories you shared about Liverpool were incredible and brought something strange to my mind I remember as a youth. Visiting the site of the Lost Colony on Roanoke Island, off the coast here, one late night, people were just standing in the street. These ghostly beings danced and shimmered with a reddish glow for about five minutes.
The group wore dress that went with the time period of the late 's. They wore clothing of Native people in America and of the English settlers during those colonization times. All around us, where our car sat, the road turned to dirt; trees suddenly were everywhere - while this otherworldly display proceeded. I wasn't frightened and we decided it was simply a trick of exhaustion. But now, after reading your article, I wonder. Yes definitely odd mark. I remember being on the isle of wight England, we were walking along the cliff tops, but in a dip where the path was.
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