A man who claimed to have travelled six years into the future has filmed himself wandering into a bomb shelter. Javier shared videos he says are from the future and told his followers on TikTok that he is the “last man alive” in the city of Valencia, Spain, in 2027. He regularly uploaded footages of empty streets and shops where no single person can be seen. In one of his latest video, he stumbles across a shelter at the factory-turned-art museum. He says: “The other day I found this shelter at the Bombas Gens art centre.” As he walks towards the entrance, he turns on the switch to reveal a staircase leading underground. Javier enters and finds a sign on a wall, saying: “Do not park in a dangerous area. “No smoking or spitting.” He then explains that he’s there because of a noise he heard. “I thought I heard a noise and decided to go down,” the ‘time-traveller’ wrote. “But I didn’t find anything.” While moving around, he pans the camera to show the underground shelter and appears to walk towards the exit. According to the art centre website, the air-raid shelter is an empty shell case built during the Spanish Civil war and it was intended to protect the workers at the Bombas Gens factory. But it was never used due to the missing parts inside. Javier’s video has amassed hundreds of thousands of views and led to an argument as some argue the video was edited. The post ‘Time traveller’ films bomb shelter from ‘2027’ and claims to be the last man alive in the future appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.