So, Ladies and Gentlemen...please welcome Mr. Ingersoll Lockwood
First of all: Does this image look to you like an authentic photograph of a gentleman in the late 1900s? Sure does not to me.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ingersoll_Lockwood wrote:
Ingersoll Lockwood (2 August 1841 – 30 September 1918) was an American lawyer and writer. As a writer, he is particularly known today for his Baron Trump children's novels. However, he wrote other children's novels, as well as the dystopian novel, 1900: or; The Last President, a play, and several non-fiction works. He wrote some of his non-fiction under the pseudonym Irwin Longman.
Second: The name "Ingersoll" is not exactly common as a given name. It is rather used as a surname and most prominently so for the Ingersoll Watch Company
Third: The wikedpedia entry was created in 2017
There have been some weird allegations that Trump had some relationship to Nikola Tesla via his uncle, John G. Trump, who was a physicist. Some people think that the Trumps have access to "Teslas hidden technology" and "changed the past" in order to write the books of Lockwood, which supposedly contain some prophesies about the current POTUS and the times to come.
I consider it more realistic that this author and his books are complete fabrications dating a few years back, maybe related to QAnon. The "Ingersoll" - watch manufacturer link could point to some sort of "time machine". Not sure what to make of the "Lockwood" thing... the only thing I came up with is a book titled Lockwood & Co. by Jonathan Stroud (2013). Here is the plot:
My assumption is that we may see more things from his book "The Last President" surface in the QAnon movement which will then be tied to actual events or tweets of Trump. We will see.The story is set in an alternate modern day London which experiences an event called "the Problem", where ghosts appear throughout the city by nighttime and attack the living.