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A TikTok user named Javier is getting a lot of attention after he posted an interesting series of videos. Some of them even went viral due to his claims that he lives in the year 2027 and is the only survivor.

Javier has posted several videos of him alone in the world, or so he claims. He’s been to shopping malls, airports, hospitals, and metro stations only to find there is no one there.

@unicosobreviviente

Acabo de despertar en un hospital y no sé qué ha podido pasar. Hoy es 13 de febrero de 2027 y estoy solo en la ciudad.

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Some people believe Javier recorded all the videos while Spain was on lockdown. However, he routinely uploads videos at people’s request for him to go to places to check for life, but he has yet to find any.

He was recently asked to go to the Madrid International Airport, but upon arrival, there is obviously no one on-site. So, many people are wondering how did he travel from Valencia to Madrid during the lockdown to record the video? And how did he get there if he was alone? Interesting to think about, right?

Do you believe Javier is the “only survivor”? Do you believe his claims?

Source: Market Research Telecast

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