October 2,2017 at 10:30 p. m., the police of the American city of Casper, Wyoming, received a radio call warning that a strange man was frightening passers-by in the second main street of the city, telling them that he was coming from the year 2048 to warn the Earthlings of an impending alien invasion that will occur in the year 2048.
Casper is the second largest city in Wyoming State with over 55,000 inhabitants. Casper is also the administrative centre of Natron County and is located near the North Platte River at the foot of Mount Casper.
A few minutes after the warning, the police arrived at the indicated address and found a man running along the street. They approached him and introduced themselves, the man immediately spoke to exclaim that he was coming from 2048 to warn the population of the impending alien invasion on Earth. He said he had an “urgent need” to meet with the “city president” to discuss it. He introduced himself as Bryan Johnson.
During this rather unusual little interview for the police, they could prevent themselves from smelling the foul odour of alcohol on the man. The police then asked if this gentleman had been drinking, the man replied that he had had to drink alcohol because it was “an essential element” to travel in time, avoiding damage to the body during the trip.
The man was arrested and taken into custody (American version). While issuing the documents, he again confirmed in writing that he came from the future to warn the population of the alien invasion, however he will only want to give details to the mayor of the city (called the city president) and to no one else. When asked how he had travelled through time and arrived in 2017, Johnson replied that he had used extraterrestrial technology, drank alcohol, and then set himself up on a large platform that, after the launch, was to send it in 2018, but he went on to say that there was some sort of malfunction and instead of arriving in 2018, he went on to say that there was some sort of malfunction. He did not give more details.
Later, Johnson underwent medical examinations where it was found that his eyes were irritated, blood vessels were ubiquitous, his speech was indistinguishable and he smelled of alcohol. The man smelled alcohol, however, it was shown through tests, a blood alcohol level of 0.136. The man smelled alcohol, however.
No one has for the moment more information about the fate of Ryan Johnson in the U. S. justice system….
The case seems to leave us on hunger, mixed up in the fact that it’s both zany and interesting at the same time, it’s true that there is a cruel lack of data in this article, however, as the case has not taken a media turn, nobody really asked for more information. If additional information should appear, we will add it to the post.
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