A Wyoming man claims to have had a unique travel experience
According to various news sources, on October 2, a man in Wyoming told the authorities that he had traveled back to the present to warn the residents of Casper of a dire future. At approximately 10:30 p.m. law enforcement officers responded to a phone call concerning a man claiming to be from the future.
Casper Police arrived on the scene to discover Bryant Johnson, a male reportedly in his late 20s. In an affidavit concerning the incident, the attending officers noted that Johnson appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Johnson told them that he had returned from a trip to the year 2048.
He told the authorities that his trips through time were enabled by aliens. Johnson also stated that an alien invasion sometime next year was imminent. He instructed residents to get out as soon as they possibly were able, and he demanded an audience with “the president” of Casper claiming he would not speak to anyone else.
Johnson also initially told the police that at one point he was made to stand on a pad and that the aliens proceeded to fill his body with alcohol. He also claimed that the aliens had accidentally sent him to 2017 instead of 2018 as they had reportedly planned. The police also reported that Johnson’s speech was slurred; he had red, watery eyes and smelled of alcohol.
According to the affidavit, his blood alcohol level had an initial reading of .136. This is nearly twice the level at which it is legal to drive. Officers added that because Johnson either blew too hard or too softly into the portable breath test, it had been difficult to obtain a reading. Some sources indicate the portable tests can sometimes be inaccurate in establishing if an individual has alcohol in his/her system.
Johnson was eventually arrested for being intoxicated in public. The arresting officers concluded that he was transported to the Natrona County Detention Center in Natrona County, Wyoming “without issue.”
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