Definitive Proof of the Existence of Doctor Who

Definitive Proof of the Existence of Doctor Who July 2, 2013

Century old Swiss watch found in Chinese tomb sealed for 400 years.

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  • Rebecca Fuentes

    I told my sister she should take a trip with The Doctor for her 40th birthday and she though I was joking. See, not joking.

  • Nick Corrado

    It’s a great irony: an anachronistic timepiece.

  • This happens with alarming frequency. I have a whole book of anomalous archaeological finds.

    • Rebecca Fuentes

      What is the name of the book? I’d really enjoy that.

      • Ancient Man: A Handbook of Puzzling Artifacts by William Corliss is the best, but it’s dated and very rare. He also has a series called Archaeological Anomalies. It’s mostly straight-up reports of things that don’t make sense, or things found where they shouldn’t be. He’s not an “ancient aliens” wignut: just a Fortean intrigued by anomalies. Corliss was a physicist who selected only material from academic journals. He died a couple years ago.

    • chezami

      And that book was found IN THE TOMB OF KING TUTANKHAMEN!

  • Neil Leslie

    A ring that has a watch inside it? Freaky, yeah, but not definitive proof of the existence of Dr. Who. Now if they’d found the Tardis or K-9 or even a sonic screwdriver . . .

    • Rebecca Fuentes

      True, it could have been Dr. River Song.