Have you ever dreamed of traveling through time? Would you go to the future or to the past? Rudolf Fentz didn’t choose the time, he simply found himself in Times Square, hardly recognizing anything: people in unusual clothes, strange noisy machines he’d never seen before, lights everywhere. What happened?
It was in the summer of 1951. At about 11:15, passers-by in Times Square noticed a young man in his twenties. He was dressed in the fashion of the late 19th century. He looked lost and clueless, and obviously had no idea how he’d gotten to the crossroad. Where did he come from? Nobody saw it, he just appeared in that spot as if out of thin air…
- It was in the summer of 1951. At about 11:15, passers-by in Times Square noticed a young man in his twenties. He was dressed in the fashion of the late 19th century.
- When he finally started walking, he was struck by a car. He was badly injured, and didn’t survive.
- Later, his clothes were searched and really strange things were found in his pockets, like a bill for the care of a horse and a carriage wash, old bank notes worth $70, a letter sent to this man at the same address from the business cards in June, 1876 in Philadelphia.
- The case was given to Captain Hubert V. Rihm, of the Missing Persons Department of NYPD.
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