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In 1950, a man with mutton chop sideburns and 1800-era clothing was seen walking in Times Square. Witnesses said he looked startled and confused; he was hit by a car and killed. The officials at the morgue found a copper token from an unknown saloon for a 5 cent beer, along with a bill for the care of a horse and the washing of a carriage, drawn by a livery stable on Lexington Ave. that was not listed in any address book, and about 70 dollars in old banknotes. Time traveler?


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Did Rudolph Fentz time travel from 1876 to 1950Legend has it that back on a warm summer night in June of the year 1950, a man dressed in fashion that resembled that of the 19th century appeared in the middle of Times Square. The man looked extremely ...


No traces of a Rudolph Fentz, including fingerprints, could be found in any modern records,no missing person reports had been issued for anyone meeting his description.The address on the business cards led to a location on Fifth Avenue. However,it was that of a storefront with no connection to anyone named Rudolph Fentz.Following every lead he could find, Captain Rihm eventually learned of a man named Rudolph Fentz Jr.who had died 5 years earlier,and traced his widow to a residence in…

UFO mania: Mystery of the Time Travelling Man: Rudolph Fentz

Rudolph Fentz Appears In Jack Finney's "About Time"