A self-proclaimed time traveller who claims to be living in 2028 has shared his “proof” that he has been alone in a post-apocalyptic world for 340 days.
He is reportedly living in Spain and many of his videos show deserted streets with buildings and cars still in place.
Javier has 6.6 million followers on TikTok so far where he posts similar videos showing deserted scenes in Valencia.
His account is called @unicosobreviviente which translates to “Only Survivor”.
He has since shared more videos of the city, where there is no human activity
However, electricity and internet connection appears to still be available in the future, which is how he has been able to share the videos.
Now, Javier is claiming he is still alone and has spent 340 days in total isolation with the world at his mercy.
The caption of one of his most recent posts reads: “Day 340 alone in the world, I have toured cities and many more. What could be happening to me?”
In another recent video, he visited a museum and claimed it is “always full of people.”
In the eery clip, Javier roams around the museum that is perfectly preserved as no other human appears to be in sight.
Since his first post, Javier has often shared updates of his “life in the future”.
He has also shared clips that reportedly show Barcelona, Madrid and Seville.
Other clips show Javier taking viewers on a walk past flats and a children’s playground, although the scene is like a ghost town with no people seen on camera.
Another clip that appears to have been filmed with a drone and shows him standing on his own on a beach.
He claims he is “stuck” in future and is trying to find a way back, and says the videos he posts on the social media app proves he is the last human alive after the apocalypse.
In previous videos he asks his followers for help, saying: “I keep trying to find human life. I am starting to lose hope.
“Today I got something to eat. How long is this going to last? Mention in the comments who might be able to help me.”
Some TikTok users ask questions to debunk Javier’s posts.
When asked why there is still electricity to power lights and internet, he replied that he “wasn’t sure” but added that “most likely there is a type of connection between 2021 and 2027.”