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Originally posted by Goldcurrent
The story goes that the Japanese custms officials let him into the country on strict conditions, had a few guards take him to a hotel, and overnight he vanished.
Originally posted by ckno1
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Originally posted by isyeye
This story seems to originate from a book by Colin Wilson and John Grant in 1981.
I'm looking for a copy online to source, but I haven't found one yet.
According to The Directory Of Possibilities [edited by Colin Wilson & John Grant, 1981]
And in 1954 a passport check in Japan is alledged to have produced a man with papers issued by the nation of Taured."
The only other thought to explain this story is there was an error on the passport, the man was from Taure, Romania, and he didn't know geography very well.
www.maplandia.com...edit on 16-4-2012 by isyeye because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by LUXUS
So where was the rest of the passengers who flew into Tokyo with him? There should have been an entire plain full of passengers arriving from Taured including the pilot.
Originally posted by theblain
......Going back to quantum leap...
Did anyone see the JFK / Lee Harvey Oswald episode? i think it might have been the final show, it was like a 2 hour special or something, deffo the best ever one!
Originally posted by phantomjack
How about we go with Occam's Razor instead, and consider the fact that the guy suffered from a mental illness...perhaps brought on by PTSD after his country was nearly annihilated by the Atom Bomb several years earlier?
While it makes for interesting conversation, I choose to think that he suffered from delusional mental illness.