Time traveller’ claims to have photo evidence of what the future will look like

A man named Alexander Smith said he travelled from 1981 to 2118 on a ‘top secret’ CIA mission, and took some pictures of a futuristic city that shows what we all have to look forward to

A man claims to be a time traveller who has visited the year 2118 – and said that he has photographic evidence of what the future has in store.

Alexander Smith said that in 1981 he travelled to the future on a ‘top secret’ mission for the CIA, adding that it was an experiment he would ‘never forget’.

Speaking to Apex TV, he said that aliens will soon visit the earth and make contact with world leaders and that later World War III will break out after a conflict between the US and North Korea.

To back his claims, Alexander took a photograph with him and presented it on air, and it appears to show a futuristic city with green skyscrapers.

He said: “I visited the year 2118 as part of a top-secret CIA mission. As to my knowledge, it was one of the first times that time travel had successfully been completed.

“I went to the future and then back to the past. This happened in 1981.”

While in 2118, Alexander claims to have learned a lot about their past – our future.

He said: “Aliens do visit us, there are intelligent extra-terrestrials that do come to Earth, this is in the mid 21st century. There is actually contact with intelligent extra-terrestrials long before it was revealed to the public.

“These aliens don’t necessarily live among us but they do visit from time to time.

“There are many threats to the human race.

“The number one threat to humanity as we know it is global warming, rising sea levels as well as the increase in Co2 in our atmosphere.”

Alexander went on to make a grim revelation about World War III, sharing that soon we’d be in conflict but that ultimately it would make the world ‘a better place’.

He continued: “Borders began to become meaningless and the people began to have a love and appreciation for life – one which would inspire them not to inflict any type of harm upon their neighbour.”