A woman claiming to be a ‘time traveller’ says she has returned from the year 6000 – and has a strange item to prove it.
The grandmother, who says her name is Chloe and she is from Finland, also claims dinosaurs return to earth in 4529 and are kept in zoos as people "considered that they were not so dangerous".
But she goes on to say how they are later allowed in places such as jungles and safaris but they then "exterminated" all other animals and humans in those areas.
Chloe said she was initially sceptical and fearful of going in the ‘time travel machine’ but agreed on August 3, in 1966.
She says she sat in a chair, where her arms and feet were "fixed" and a metallic tube was placed on her head.
An electric current then ran through her body, she told ApexTV in an interview.
"I lost my conscious," she said.
"The next second I opened my eyes in the middle of the street. I travelled to 6000 year."
Describing what she could see, she said: "The ground was entirely green with trees and flowers, skyscrapers were peeking out of the trees.
"One of the most interesting facts was that plants were not similar to those which we used to see because of genetic engineering.
"Also I wanted to say that there were a lot of animals. Walking around I saw cats and foxes. I saw snakes and slithers in the plants of skyscrapers."
Chloe claims that she could not resist but pick a very "beautiful plant" from a skyscraper and put it in her pocket.
"It was so nice, I couldn’t resist and picked it up," she admitted.
Chloe then proceeds to get an object out a white plastic carrier bag and show it to the camera, claiming it is an ancient plant called roklorulo, which was revived in 6000.
"Can you say that you have ever met such kind of plant?" she asks, adding it was "food for dinosaurs a million years ago."
Chloe tells the camera the plant kept its freshness as she "tore it up with roots" and came back and planted it in a laboratory.
She reveals the plant is evidence of her time travel and proof it wasn’t a "delusion".
Describing the skyscrapers, she says they are made of "unusual metallic material" surrounded by plants.
"Everywhere was electric current," she adds. "There were no gas, no petrol and such kind of things which polluted the environment.
"Beginning from 2300 year, there will be no such profession as a policeman as people at birth would be inserted a chip into the eye.
"So in a case of crime it would be immediately revealed in seconds."
Chloe goes on to say how she saw "unknown creatures" swimming in a lake that "were like people". She later realised they were "Neanderthals".
She claims the only people she has told about her ‘experiences’ previously are her grandsons – but she’s now spoken publicly for the first time.
She says her experience happened at Finland National Science Laboratory, where she worked as an economist.
She claims she met a different side of scientists. In different rooms, she says, saw things that shocked her – including a time machine in "active use" operated by a remote control.
It had many different gadgets and consisted of "Uranus and electric".
But it could only send people to future and not the past, she claims.
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