Category Archives: Back to the Past

A Late Night TWIDDER

Columnist Joyce Hagelthorn shared a reader’s Back to the Past TWIDDER (not that either she nor her reader knew what the heck the latter had experienced) in a 10 May 1973 newspaper column. By the way, I believe that this … Continue reading

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The Office from the Past

This Kentucky attorney underwent a Back to the Past TWIDDER one early spring afternoon.  I like how understated he is; after realizing that something mind-bogglingly extraordinary had happened, he simply recorded that he was “dismayed.”  Should I ever experience a … Continue reading

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The Old Lady and the Teen

Many moons ago my interest in spacetime slips began with a Back to the Past TWIDDER as experienced by a vacationing couple in Anchorage, Alaska.  I stumbled across that account while searching through a library book of Alaskan ghost stories … Continue reading

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The Towers

Daniel H. had an unnerving Back to the Past TWIDDER while visiting family in New York City.  I can’t help but wonder . . . what if he’d been able to retrieve his cellphone without taking his eyes off of … Continue reading

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The Cottage and the Kids

Jessie Lynn R. shared her Back to the Past spacetime slip on the about.com website in 2015.  Her TWIDDER took place when she was eight years old.  What is incredibly rare is that Jessie enjoyed this time slip daily for … Continue reading

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The Metropolitan Line

In 1971, at the ripe young(!) age of 19, this Britisher and his girl friend, Jenny, experienced a classic Back to the Past TWIDDER while on the London Underground.  It lasted until more folks got on the train.  So often … Continue reading

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A Quick Trip to the Past

Nick Redfern reports a Back to the Past TWIDDER experienced by an entire family!  Oh, to be able to catch a brief glimpse of the past.  Spacetime slips are, unfortunately, something we have no control over, but we can still … Continue reading

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The Village from the Past

I find accounts of spacetime slips in all sorts of places; folks share their first-hand experiences with me, I run across them on line, and, now and then, in books.  This week I’ve been reading a nonfiction book entitled NURSE, … Continue reading

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The Battle of Hopton Heath

Nick Redfern reported a Back to the Past TWIDDER from rural England.  The spacetime slip caused physical reactions in Mr. Davis, ranging from brief lightheadedness to chest tightness. A key event of the First English Civil War, the Battle of … Continue reading

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The Cottage That Wasn’t

August 2010, Britisher Barbara reported a Back to the Past spacetime slip involving a romantic little old cottage.  (See http://time-slips.blogspot.com/2010/08/moving-house.html for original post.) This happened maybe four years ago, in summer time. I don’t recall any other details, as it … Continue reading

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