Filmmaker George Clarke has spotted something unusual in some "behind the sceens" footage of the 1928 Charlie Chaplin film The Circus. The footage can be found on the "extras" disc of the DVD. In the brief clip, an old woman (some say it looks like a man in drag) walks into frame talking while holding a small, thin device up to her ear. If the film were made today, we would assume she was talking on a cell phone, but of course this is 1928. Is she a time traveler? Or is there a more logical explanation? Read more, watch the video, decide and leave your comments below.