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John Travolta’s 1860 doppelganger - Scientologists believe in reincarnation

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A photograph John Travolta's doppelganger from 1860
Has John Travolta already lived out a past life? One man in Ontario seems to believe so, and is selling a photograph of Travolta’s apparent doppelganger on eBay.

The Daily Mail Online reports that the photo, taken in 1860, shows a man with an eerie resemblance to Travolta and has a whopping price tag of $50,000.

John Travolta, as a practicing Scientologist, believes in the idea of reincarnation. In fact, some members of the religion are expected to sign a one billion years contract to service of the Scientology religion. Is the lookalike photograph proof of Travolta’s possible reincarnation?
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“I've had this interesting photograph for years and I've been unable to part with it,” said the seller on the online auction site of the “unaltered” photo. “It hasn't been changed, tampered with or altered in anyway. It is clear and is as nice as the day it was taken roughly 151 years ago.”

This Travolta look-a-like incident follows a similar one with Nicholas Cage, whose doppelganger was apparently photographed during the American Civil War. Cage’s look-a-like photo fueled both theories and jokes that Cage is in fact a “vampire.”

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