A SO-called time traveller, who has been compared to Michael Jackson, has warned that a US city will be wiped out in a great flood in the future.
“I’m going to share with you one of the most shocking things that you will have ever heard before”
The man, who went by the name Kasper, spoke candidly about the supposedly devastating natural disaster that will rock Los Angles in the year 2063.
Kasper, who said he was from the year 2075, spoke to conspiracy YouTube channel ApexTV, claiming he was sent on a mission to our time.
Wearing an electric-red jacket and black-and-white-speckled gloves, Kasper was compared to the late pop star as he rambled about the future.
He added: “Shocking things are going to happen in the future.
“I’m going to share with you one of the most shocking things that you will have ever heard before. You will be absolutely shocked at the information I’m going to give you.”
Kasper continued, claiming that time travel is currently being used in secret labs before it is made public in 2028.
The so-called time traveller then said why he was sent back in time, adding: “These are shocking details that are going to happen in the future. So, in the future, I was sent back to the year of 2019 on the public mission to collect data about the past.
“I am in Los Angeles, California, because a very shocking detail is going to happen in this city. There is going to be a major flood. This happens around the year 2063.
“There is a major flood and Los Angeles is underwater in the year 2063.”
While some were clearly in awe of Kasper’s story, others did not find his case convincing.
One person said underneath the video: “I feel bad for people that completely believe everything these ‘time travellers’ say.”
Another added: “Give me the bottom numbers and I’ll believe you.”
But one fan compared him to controversial music icon Michael Jackson and uploaded a tongue-in-cheek post: “Based on the red glasses, gloves, red coat and hair…I believe this is Michael Jackson.
“Btw, how many times does this person being interviewed to say “shock” or “shocking” so many freaking times that I lost count. Very irritating.”