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Spy camera snaps teleporter

By fortean editor Raven Akki

Posted September 16, 2012
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Spy cameras: They're bloody everywhere. © Ignatius Rake

Has CCTV in China captured the moment a teleporting Good Samaritan saved the life of a bloke crossing the road? You be the jury!

I watched the following video on YouTube earlier.

It's worth looking at if only because of its unusual subject matter.

Physical human teleportation.

This footage was apparently captured in China by roadside CCTV showing a teleportation event.

OK, it could easily be faked but if not, what could this be?

If this is genuine, if it genuinely happened, is this a mutation of human evolution?

Is it someone's bright idea for a new form of travel and they wanted to test it out?

Honestly I don't know but site-to-site transporting would really solve a lot of problems, such as filling your car up.

Anyway give the video a look and make your own mind up.

Dream a little too.

It won't hurt.

The above video was embedded from the YouTube channel of TheUFOReporter.

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