It’s Tuesday, the last instalment of the ABC‘s gripping Keli Lane documentary is on tonight and, oh, by the way, time travel is real.
It's a fairly big... deal.
You see, last week, a man named Stuart Humphryes, who has a particular interest in British history, tweeted a colourised photo of British war workers on a Cornish beach in September, 1943.
British war workers escape to the seaside - this Cornish beach was photographed in September 1943. (It would be lovely if one of you were able to identify which beach!) ❤️ pic.twitter.com/BpLyuwSb8z
— BabelColour ???? (@StuartHumphryes) September 30, 2018
The photo itself is fairly unremarkable apart from a few key points:
- No one seems to be able to decide on the... weather, with some people in swimwear and others in a full-winter get up.
- People are... talking to each other, a strange historical phenomenon we don't see often in modern times.
- There's a time traveller chillin' in the centre.
Please observe a man I have decided to name Paul doing something rather odd for 1943.
Is he... is he checking his phone?
Sir. It's too... early for that.