It’s going-down-the-rabbit-hole time.
Are you ready?
The pic below is posted on the website of the Bralorne Pioneer Museum of Gold Bridge, British Columbia. The photo was taken in 1941 at the reopening ceremony of the South Fork Bridge after a flood in November 1940.
Take a good look at the pic. Do you see anything that’s out of place?
Who’s that man in the aviator-style shades and silk-screened t-shirt? — in 1941?