Last Saturday an investigator entered a location which has been preserved as it was in the 17th century. Although the surroundings stayed as they were he saw a woman and two men dressed in old style clothing, the woman had blood stains over her clothes.
Although I cannot go into too much detail he watched a scene being played out in front of him. Because of the effect it was having on him he was taken out of the room by another member of the team. Once he had calmed down he described what he had seen, although he could not account for a good 15 minutes that had passed.
Speaking to him last night he is still affected by the experience and cannot explain what happened during those 15 minutes.
Thanks for that reply hun, another question though, why would you say that it was more likely to be a projected incident rather than the timeslip? Is this because of the effect it had on him personally, rather than him just watching a playback?
That's a good point dongo. As far as I am aware a timeslip is more of a vision often caused by the appearance of 'phantom scenery'. Almost like looking at a film whereby you don't intereact but just observe, say like a 'window on time' if you like. If anyone has any other theories, just add them here.