Footage from the late 1930s has conspiracy theorists scratching their heads as they claim it shows proof of time travellers.
Within the footage, a woman can be seen holding her hand up to her ear, mimicking an action that would look reasonably similar to that of talking on a phone.
But talking on a wireless phone while out and about was impossible for those in 1938, with the captured footage providing conspiracy theorists with fresh "evidence" to their time travel claims.
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According to conspiracy theorists, the footage shows a woman talking on a mobile phone decades before the technology was invented.
The black and white footage, filmed at a factory in the United States, has provided conspiracy nuts with new ammunition for their time traveller claims.
The clip from the 30s has since been uploaded to YouTube and racked up over 300,000 views, with a young woman in a dress spotted "on the phone".
Whether she is actually on the phone, or just scratching her face, is unknowable, but one user has claimed the woman in the video is their great grandmother, and that they were indeed on the wireless.
The 'wireless device' can be spotted briefly in the hand of the woman, conspiracy theorists allege, The Sun reported.
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One person claiming the woman was their great grandmother said: "The lady you see is my great grandmother Gertrude Jones. She was 17 years old. I asked her about this video and she remembers it quite clearly.
"She says Dupont had a telephone communications section in the factory. They were experimenting with wireless telephones. Gertrude and five other women were given these wireless phones to test out for a week.
"Gertrude is talking to one of the scientists holding another wireless phone who is off to her right as she walks by."
Conspiracy theorists have spotted several other signs of time travel, with Daily Star reporting what looked like a laptop in a bit of ancient pottery.
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