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A ‘time traveller’ claiming to be from 2028 has shared a video claiming he’s been alone in a post-apocalyptic world for 340 days:
TikTok user Javier, whose handle @unicosobreviviente translates as ‘only survivor’, first posted about his supposed life in the future in February last year, recording the Spanish city of Valencia when it was completely empty.
Since then, he claims to have visited a number of usually heaving cities including Barcelona, Madrid and Seville, showing them in eerie silence.
Some 11 months after his first video, Javier says he is still alone – having spent the past 340 days stranded, 'trying to find human life’.
“Day 340 alone in the world, I have toured cities and many more,” he captioned a recent post.
“What could be happening to me?”
In another video, Javier showed followers as he visited a museum in his home city that is usually ‘full of people’.
The footage shows him walking up a deserted staircase and exploring the empty rooms.
In another, he films a reflection of himself in a building, but does not show his face, while one clip shows him standing alone on a beach.
Many people have, of course, commented to question Javier’s claims, with some left wondering if he’s used some sort of video editing techniques to create the illusion of him being alone.
Others have also asked why he still has access to electricity and internet connection if he’s by himself with no one else in the world.
One said: “Cool trick man. I can also do the same now with the after effects remove plug in. beautiful places tho.”
Someone else wrote: “It’s edited cause I could see the mouse of a computer which means he has edited the video and screen records from a computer. But he is very talented.”
A third pondered: “Why don't you use songs from 2027 Why are you still using our music.”
A fourth said: “I think they are pictures or paintings because the trees are stationary without air movement.”
Responding to one TikTok user, Javier said his videos were not edited, while also telling another that he wasn’t sure why he still had light and internet, but speculated that there was likely ‘a type of connection’ between the future and present years.