There’s been a buzz lately about a time traveler caught on film in the background of Charlie Chaplin’s 1928 film “The Circus.” That is really weird, because cell phones totally didn’t exist in 1928.
Filmmaker George Clarkeof purchased a DVD set of Charlie Chaplin film. While watching some extras from Charlie Chaplin’s ‘The Circus’, he noticed in a footage shot in front of a theater during the premier of ‘The Circus,’ shows what appears to be a woman, or a man walking down the sidewalk with a dark hat holding their cupped left hand to her/his left ear and talking as she/he walked through a scene. Watch the video below:
It sure looks like someone holding a phone up to their ear and talking into it, doesn't it?