A Wyoming man told police that he traveled back in time from the future and had come to warn the Casper about a pending alien invasion
Police responded to a call about a man claiming to be from the future at around 10:30 p.m. local time and found Bryant Johnson, 27.
Casper Police said in an affidavit that he appeared to be under the influence, Kansas.com reported.
When he spoke to police, Johnson said he was actually from the year 2048, claiming an alien invasion would take place next year.
He told residents to leave as soon as possible, and demanded to talk to “the president” of the town and would talk to no one else, according to the report.
Officials quoted Johnson as saying that he was able to time travel with the help of aliens.
The officials recalled him saying that he had to stand on a pad and that the aliens filled his body with alcohol, but that they had sent him to the wrong year as originally planned.
Johnson had watery, red eyes, and slurred speech, police reported in the affidavit, and he smelled of booze.
An initial reading of his blood alcohol level came in at .136, almost twice the legal level to drive.
Police said it was difficult to get a reading because he blew either too softly or too hard into a portable breath test, an inaccurate instrument used to determine if a person has alcohol in their system.
Johnson was arrested and taken to the Natrona County Detention Center “without issue,” Casper Police said.
‘Time-Traveler’ Passes Lie-Detector Test
A man who claims he’s a time-traveler from the future apparently passed a lie detector test while revealing what happens.
The man, whose identity has not been revealed but who is going by the name “Noah,” said that he is risking his life to tell those living in the present what is happening in 2030.
Noah previously told the Paranormal Elite Youtube channel that he is actually 50 years old but an age-rejuvenating drug turned him back into a 25-year-old, according to The Daily Mirror.
In a new interview with Apex TV, Noah was asked to take a lie detector test and the station said he passed with flying colors.
From the first question, when he was asked if he is actually a time traveler from the year 2030, the test said he answered each question truthfully.
Noah laid out a host of statements he claims are facts in the world 12 years from now and along the way to that year, including Donald Trump winning re-election in the year 2020.
He said that bitcoin is being used more commonly as currency but that cash money is still used, including pennies.
He said that North America is hotter due to global warming issues while Europe is colder.
Epoch Times’ Zachary Stieber contributed to this report.