The Electrical Storm

The following TWIDDER was possibly enabled by a wild thunder storm.  Many spacetime slips mention intense electrical energy at the instant of the experience. Not a clue how electricity might contribute to a time slip.  We assume that Mr. Williamson was unaware of any passage of time, so let’s catalog this as a Fast Forward TWIDDER.  (See original post at

Somerset, England, 1974 – On July 28, Peter Williamson was having a barbecue in his backyard garden, which was interrupted by a heavy electrical storm. His dog, spooked by the threatening atmosphere, cowered under a tree. Peter went to rescue the animal. There was a bright flash – and Peter vanished into thin air! Police were called and a thorough investigation and search were conducted, without success. At 8 a.m., three days laterimages, Peter was found in some nearby bushes with one foot in a pond – as if he had just appeared there out of nowhere.


About aloholmes

We live in a wondrous universe, and I love learning about it. Spacetime slips are one facet of existence that fascinate me. As a retired teacher I enjoy researching this topic and sharing the information I garner.
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One Response to The Electrical Storm

  1. Vivek narain says:

    With the advent of ac current the chance of random simulation of time slip has dwindled. If we set up experimental high voltage and high ampere dc generator to mimic electrical storms we might gain some clues.

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