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The Philadelphia Experiment: Invisibility Time Travel and Mind Control - The Shocking Truth


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  • Actors: Al Bielek, Preston Nichols, Duncan Cameron
  • Directors: Not Provided
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Reality Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: February 23, 2010
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002VRNIJA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #241,153 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Philadelphia Experiment: Invisibility, Time Travel and Mind Control The Shocking Truth

A U.S. Navy Ship vanishes during a secret World War II Experiment gone awry. When it re-appears, observers are horrified to see crew members embedded in the deck and steel of the ship. During a sea trial, the ship vanishes and travels through time setting off a number of events that continue today. It s not Science Fiction, it s Science Fact! Bill Knell presents a fascinating and unique documentary. You ll meet Al Bielek, Preston Nichols and Duncan Cameron. They are all survivors of U.S. Government Experiments involving INVISIBILITY, TIME TRAVEL, MIND CONTROL, PSYCHIC WARFARE and REMOTE VIEWING. You will hear about these amazing projects firsthand. You ll experience dramatic recreations and learn about related incidents.

It began as a World War II Navy Experiment to demagnetize military vessels making them invisible to radar. It ended with the USS Eldridge completely disappearing, traveling 40 years into the future. You ll hear firsthand from the Survivors of the original experiment and about more recent projects based on the same technology. Visit the infamous Montauk Military Base at the heart of these operations and learn how the technology allows ships, planes and people to travel through time.

Al Bielek, Duncan Cameron and Preston Nichols are three men with intimate knowledge of the strange and incredible events that took place and may very well be STILL taking place now. Learn how technology they helped develop and test is being used to change the future. The military CAN send ships, planes AND people through hyperspace and make them completely invisible. The 911 Attack was predicted by those involved in these black operations because they KNEW then years before the event.

Prepare for an unprecedented Journey into the Strange and Unknown.

The Philadelphia Experiment: Invisibility, Time Travel and Mind Control- The Shocking Truth
180 Minutes Plus, RYE 1066

Review

Astounding insight and information on one of the the most mind bending cover ups of all time.

O.H. Krill, author of Montauk Babies, the many lives of Al Leedskalnin --O.H. Krill, author of Montauk Babies, the many lives of Al Leedskalnin

Customer Reviews

No matter what device I used, DVD player, computer, laptop, it just wouldn't play.
Chief
Viewers may find themselves restless by the end... but the journey will still be worthwhile.
Kindle Customer
Might be OK as "historical documentation" for the conspiracy enthusiasts out there.
Michael K. James

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Anthony L. on March 29, 2010
Conspiracy theories are like religion: you either take a leap of faith or laugh it off, because the most outrageous claims will be brought forth by the most colorful individuals, and no hard evidence can ever be brought forth. Allegations made here are so wide and detailed that any "newcomer" who wishes to be initiated in the world of conspiracy research will easily be brought up to speed; what remains is to either be merely entertained or left to believe and wonder.

This documentary consists in a 3-hour + interview with 3 individuals who claim to have been directly involved in a continuity of secret projects, from the Philadelphia Experiment to the Montauk Project; a conundrum of every possible cover-ups, including aliens, mind control, soul transfers, time travel and even Nicholas Tesla, who was said to be a top figure of those projects until the mid 80s, after his "faked" death at age 86 in 1943. No proof is given along, other than claims that "this has been verified" and some random public domain photos that cannot attest to much other than proving that trees are green and concrete is gray.

With such colorful characters and allegations, it's quite unfortunate that so very little care was given to the format itself. The interview, dating to over 20 years ago, is badly done on camcorder, and very little spit and polish has been added to it. Not much packaging either, with no menus, intros, graphics or else. Thus something to be watched solely for these three individuals and their claims, and as an introduction to this fascinating world.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Leann Harms on April 14, 2010
I am usually not remotely interested in speculation and conspiracy theories but this documentary managed to capture and hold my attention. I actually saw the movie version of "The Philadelphia Experiment" first, which is what initially peaked my curiosity about this documentary. Whether or not they were believable, the people interviewed were at least entertaining. I think most of these theories are probably founded more firmly on paranoia rather than actual events but all in all this was an intriguing documentary. Anyone who finds conspiracy theories thrilling or at least curious will surely enjoy watching this.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on June 22, 2010
None can deny the uncertainty that surrounds the Philadelphia Experiment. It is a moment in time that has been perfectly preserved (and perfectly redefined by countless theorists). And, now, that moment can be thoroughly examined.

"The Philadelphia Experiment: Invisibility Time Travel and Mind Control - The Shocking Truth" is a lesson in oddity--and one that mostly succeeds. Its combination of interesting interviews and uncomplicated production values allows the viewer to immerse themselves in conspiracies and too-long buried secrets. It's a fascinating glimpse that will appeal to most.

"The Philadelphia Experiment" suffers from one true problem, however: its run-time. This film would've been better served if minutes had been sliced from its final cut. It loses both its ability to educate and to entertain by dragging on. Viewers may find themselves restless by the end... but the journey will still be worthwhile.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Read A Review on March 22, 2010
I have to admit that I love conspiracy theories, UFOs, the paranormal, and anything else that causes me to stretch my mind. The Truth About The Philadelphia Experiment is one such film.

The first part starts with a narration and slide show, explaining what the Philadelphia Experiment was, about invisibility, time travel, and the lengthy interview that's about to follow. This helps to set the stage for the astounding information the viewer is about to hear from the witnesses' own mouths.

The video was filmed back in 1989 by a camcorder, so it feels as if you found someone's secret homemade video and get to see firsthand accounts of people who had experienced time-travel and other phenomena. For die-hard fans of conspiracy theories, you'll enjoy this film. Even viewers who are used to crisp and perfect Hollywood films will find The Truth About The Philadelphia Experiment intriguing. Why? Because it's so very real. Nothing at all is scripted. It's gritty and honest, which gives one the impression that this time travel stuff just might be true.

Years ago I watched John Carpenter's version on this subject and found it fascinating though unbelievable. The US Navy made an entire vessel invisible? After watching this film my stance has changed.

Along with the subject of time travel, which the people in the film claim to have experienced, they also believe they've been victims of mind control and having their memories erased. These are subjects we usually associate with alien encounters, but not our own human race inflicting on us!

Whether true or not, the film is definitely thought provoking. After watching it, you can decide whether these men are simply weaving some fantastic stories or relaying cold, hard facts.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By B. Hauser on March 23, 2010
You should probably check out the 1984 theatrical film, The Philadelphia Experiment, before seeing this documentary, to get an idea of the story. Basically, the Philadelphia Experiment is to time-travel what Roswell is to UFOs. And this film makes the intriguing claim that the Hollywood movie was actually produced to discredit the eyewitnesses, to put the real incident in a fictional light. Designed by the military to move across time/space boundaries, the Philadelphia Experiment was purportedly augmented by The Phoenix Projects, which tested bombarding people's brains with radar waves to achieve mind-control. This all smells like paranoia, and it's hard to believe the US government can keep a secret for half a century, but watching a group of seemingly sane men discuss this in an ordinary living room one night is a little chilling. There's a ton of raw material (3 and a half hours) to think about here, including an eyewitness account of traveling through hyperspace from 1943 to 1983 and back again. If this subject is of interest, this video's a must-see.
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