‘Time traveller from 2027’ says he’s trapped in empty ‘parallel world’ all alone

A man who claimed to be a time traveller from the year 2027 claims he's been trapped in a post-apocalyptic world all by himself for 340 days.

Javier found himself "trapped" in a parallel world at the beginning of 2021 after realising he was a "time travel experiment from 2027", he insists.

Since then he has been documenting his daily life in the vacant Spanish city of Valenica, uploading TikTok videos showing buildings and places without any signs of humans or animals.

He celebrated the new year alone in the city and posted: "Day 340 alone in the world, I have toured cities and many more.

"What could be happening to me?"

In the clip he shows the empty street below his apartment and, strangely, no one is seen walking or driving on the road but there are lights lit up in some other apartments across his building.

He then says he has travelled to other cities – Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia, Malaga and Sevilla.

The adventurer also films himself standing outside Berklee College of Music in Valencia and showing himself in front of the mirrored windows.

He asks: "From which part of the world do you support me?"

Javier's video gained thousands of views as viewers shared their doubts on the eerie scenes they saw in the clip.

One suggested: "It's edited, I could see the computer mouse, which means he has screen records from a computer. He is very talented."

"If you're from the future, can you write my name in public places so that I can find it myself one day?" a second asked.

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A third called it a "mission impossible" to live in a city all by himself while a fourth wrote: "I don't believe it."

Javier previously explained how he "ended up in the parallel world.

"I woke up alone in a hospital in Valencia (Spain)," he said.

"I discovered that there was a connection between 2021 and 2027. People in 2021 could see the objects I left in the city, but people couldn't see me and I couldn't see them."

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