The man from Taured.

The Mysterious Tale of the Man from Taured – Evidence for Parallel Universes? Or an Embellishment?

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Featured image: The man from Taured. Photo source: lechemindeleveil

By Wu Mingren

References

Chris, 2015. Mystery of The Man From Taured. [Online]
Available at: http://realunexplainedmysteries.com/mystery-of-the-man-from-taured

Dell, S., 2014. 10 Creepy Tales Of Interdimensional Travel. [Online]
Available at: http://listverse.com/2014/05/05/10-creepy-tales-of-interdimensional-travel/

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Available at: http://coolinterestingstuff.com/the-strange-mystery-of-the-man-from-taured

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Available at: http://weekinweird.com/2014/05/20/man-without-country-mystery-man-taured/

Comments

The story of 'The Man from Taured' is an obscure short story printed along other short stories in the 50s or 60s.
It vanished from public awareness due to the print only having been published once or twice in small numbers.
Somehow it was picked up again by coincidence and told once more - now it has gained popularity as a real mystery. However it is just a piece of science fiction.

Well done Brian , we can all move on .Hooray!!! There are so many wishful thinkers.Time travel indeed.

I have now cracked this as the mans first language was French and he probably came from a place in France called Les Tauredes also his passport was genuine with a printing error leaving France out as his country but having his Town instead also this place Les Tauredes is between Germany and Spain. now we can all move on in this universe and solve other myths that are not myths but just genuine mistakes.

There is a semi-nomadic tribe from North Africa called Tuareg. They speak French amongst other languages and are Muslim so the men have beards. They frequent Algeria and Libya which happen to be immediately south across the Mediterranean from Spain and France. Perhaps after a long journey the man was tired and confused and gave his tribes name and mistakenly pointed a little higher on the map when asked? - There seem to be a few similarities wouldn't you say?

I think we all travel and in dreams to places we know and can go back to again and again. The best explanations for this I have read were in Quantum Physics. The world's within our World.

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