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March 03, 2019

Mangled bodies fused with metal

Imagine a military-run experiment even more secret than the Manhattan Project. During the early years of World War II the navies of Germany and Japan dominated the world's oceans and the U.S. desperately needed an advantage.

A secret technology theorized by electrical 'wizard' Nikola Tesla had the potential to render a warship invisible to magnetic sea mines and enemy radar. But when the mysterious generators installed on the USS Eldridge were turned on, the destroyer didn't just become 'invisible' to radar, it disappeared.

Or did it? The 'Philadelphia Experiment' really happened, but how much of the story is true? Scroll down and watch the video to find out.

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The Truth Behind the Philadelphia Experiment

The Philadelphia Experiment is one of the most grotesque military urban legends ever and endured as a WW II conspiracy theory. But is there any truth to it?

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