Suddenly the U.S.S. Eldridge, a fully manned destroyer escort, vanished into a green fog, within seconds appeared in Norfolk, Virginia, and then reappeared in Philadelphia!
For over thirty-six years officials have denied this, have denied any experimentation to render matter invisible have denied the...more
The two words are "hack" and "schizophrenia".
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You’ve heard of the Philadelphia Experiment, right? Of course you have. It’s one of the original techno myths. An absolute stone cold classic. The story goes, in 1943 the US Navy made the destroyer escort USS Eldridge disappear into a dense green fog. A few minutes later, it reappeared. The men on board – because, of course, it would only make sense to do this with a ship that was fully staffed at the time – didn’t fare too well, either physically or psychologi ...more
I choose this book because I remember seeing parts of the movie with the same title many years ago and only remembers bits and pieces. Now I wanted to know the truth of the matter. Unfortunately this book read like an episode of Geraldo Rivera when he enters in a some secret lair only to find out it wasn't what he thought thus fouling thousands of viewers. Well, towards the middle I was beg ...more
This is a good read for fans of Art Bell, milita ...more
Fascinating conspiracy-like read about experiments conducted by the Navy with the help of Albert Einstein during World War II.
I'd classify this little gem of a conspiracy theory book in the same category as romance novels and other "beach reads".
Recommended for less serious reading only. :-)