Wednesday, June 7, 2006

‘Lake House’ Time Travel No Fantasy For Tucson Man

TUCSON, Ariz. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Sandra Bullock and Keanu Reeves’ upcoming new film, The Lake House, uses time travel as the basis of a romantic fantasy but the film’s premise is a reality for one Tucson man.

The film – which opens June 16 – concerns a man living in a house in 2004 who falls in love with a woman living in the same house two years later.

Paranormal researcher Bill Riley says it’s entirely possible for such an encounter to take place since there are portals across the globe where time overlaps.

One such place is a mysterious stone arch in the southern Arizona desert that allows humans to travel into other dimensions and time periods.

Riley claims his brother once walked through the arch during an electrical storm and was suddenly transferred to the other side of a nearby mountain.

Although Riley spends a lot of time trying to solve the time travel mystery, he suspects the large amount of quartz in the stone arch may be responsible.

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