Ingersoll Lockwood wrote two illustrated children’s stories and a Novel in the 1800’s:
- 1889 and 1893
- The Travels and Adventures of Little Baron Trump and His Wonderful Dog Bulgar
- Baron Trump’s Marvelous Underground Journey.
- Lockwood’s final novel in 1896 is titled “The Last President“
The protagonist, commonly called “Little Baron Trump”
- A wealthy young man
- Living in Castle Trump
- Bored of the luxurious lifestyle he visits Russia
His nick name is the same as the actual name of President Donald Trump’s son: Barron Trump
Where it gets stranger:
In his final novel, “The Last President“, a scene is described that happens in New York City where a “state of uproar” occurs after the election of an enormously opposed outside populist candidate. Angry socialist mobs roaming New York streets in opposition to the rich. The mobs head for the “The Fifth Avenue Hotel” to fight back.
Fast Forward To Now: There is a building called Trump Tower in New York City located on Fifth Avenue where mobs of socialist did protest against the president who’s name is Trump.
Where it gets crazy:
In the book, Trump’s adventures start in Russia where he is given direction by “the master of all masters,” a man named “Don.” Trump is in Russia to locate an entrance leading to alternate dimensions.
Fast Forward to 2019 and now President Trump is mired knee deep in messy connections to Russia.
But what you don’t know is that he also has a strange cult following of people who think he is a time traveler.
Why do they believe this?
Enter John Trump, the uncle of Donald Trump:
He was an engineer who worked for MIT at the time of Nikola Tesla’s death. When Tesla died the federal government confiscated all of Tesla’s work and hired a group of scientists and engineers to help them decipher his notes. John Trump was among the men chosen for this task.