Andrew Basiago’s 1863 Gettysburg Time Travel Photo

Alleged chrononaut Andrew Basiago claims that in 1972 he was sent backwards in time to November 19, 1863. Where to? Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on the very day Abraham Lincoln delivered his Gettysburg Address. I’ve written about this before (see my article on Project Pegasus), but last week I received an email inquiring about Basiago’s photographic evidence, and thought I’d do a little digging into its origin. Here’s what I found. Photographs In Time Above Image: Andrew Basiago? Basiago claims he is the boy in the above photograph, and often shares it as proof of his time travel adventures. In this case, he says, he had stepped into a plasma confinement chamber in 1972 New Jersey, and hopped back to 1863 Gettysburg. There, he visited the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery. Basiago also claims that his original pair of shoes vanished during his voyage, like Dandelo in The Fly. That’s why they appear over-sized […] Read More

Things that are not in the U.S. Constitution

The content of this page is copyrighted by Steve Mount. The content is republished from Not in the Constitution! at The content is used with permission and may not be republished without express permission from the original author. A lot of people presume a lot of things about the Constitution. Some are true, some are not. This page will detail some of the things that people think are in the Constitution, but are not. The Air Force Congressional Districts The Electoral College Executive Order Executive Privilege Freedom of Expression God Impeachment means removal from office Innocent until proven guilty It’s a free country Judicial Review Jury of Peers Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness Marriage Martial Law No taxation without representation Number of Justices in the Supreme Court Of the people, by the people, for the people Political Parties Primary Elections Qualifications for Judges The right to […] Read More