A NATIVE American has been spotted with what appears to an iPhone in a mural – possibly proving the existence of time travel.
The mysterious gadget appears in the painting Mr Pynchon and the Settling of Springfield.
It depicted a scene from the 17th century showing American settlers surrounded by natives.
But sitting in the foreground is one man sitting gazing at what appears to be an iPhone.
He is gripping the mystery object just as if it was a modern gadget.
The painting was created by Umberto Romano in 1937 and shows the founding of Springfield, Massachusetts.
The smartphone-wielding native was first spotted by tech website Motherboard.
His discovery is sure to spark conspiracy theories as people desperately search for proof of time travel.
The painting has not been doctored, with the smartphone man appearing in the original on the website of the Smithsonian National Postal Museum.
The institution describes the scene of the settlers in colonial America.
But they fail to mention the man with the smart phone.
There have been many alleged “proofs” of time travel to surface on the internet.
In another example, a spooky 17th century painting at a museum in Amsterdam looked as if a woman was holding an iPhone.
Meanwhile, this website “unmasked” Tory MP Boris Johnson as a time travelling prostitute.