Top Secret Philadelphia Experiment Video

Recently, intrepid investigative reporters from Momus News have acquired a Top Secret video from the DoD archive. It is a visual account of what really happened to the naval ships involved with the Philadelphia Experiment on October 28, 1943.

For those unfamiliar, the Philadelphia Experiment was intended to make a ship invisible. The physics involved were highly experimental, and the scientists involved were unsure of the result. The ships not only disappeared, they were physically removed from the site! When the ships reemerged, some sailors were found half-melded into the ship’s bulkheads. Others were dazed and disoriented. The US Navy denies any such allegations. In actuality, the ships were transported instantaneously to another location, the first-known example of proven teleportation. An amateur video was taken of the ships where they emerged. Later, that video was seized by the US government and the videographer never seen again. We present this video to you now so that you may know the true effect of The Philadelphia Experiment.

Author’s Notes:
DoD = Department of Defense
The Philadelphia Experiment:


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5 Responses to Top Secret Philadelphia Experiment Video

  1. Shey says:

    That explains it! LOL, good video and credits


  2. Very cool! The USS Eldridge teleported, of course, after returning from Casablanca to pick up Sam Spade, but before having the encryption system invented by Hedy Lamarr installed… πŸ™‚


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