The Truth about the Philadelphia Experiment

  • by Bill Knell
  • Narrated by Al Bielek, Duncan Cameron, Preston Nichols
  • 3 hrs and 29 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

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 about it years before the event. Prepare for an unprecedented journey into the strange and unknown.

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Customer Reviews

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Bad sound.

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

This may be a very interesting book to read and may have even been great to read. But listening to this book as an audio book, no way, it was a killer. It is a play-back from an interview. Really can't finish it.


Any additional comments?

If it would have been read from a transcript it may have been fine.

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- David

Not an audio book in any sense

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

IT is hard to say. Sci-fi enthusiasts or conspiracy therorists would enjoy it. In a way I did but essentially it is a recording of a group discussion complete with references to photographs or slides that obviously no listener to an audio book can see. It is an interesting discussion and I am inclined to believe it but as I said, it is not an audio "book"


Who was your favorite character and why?

There was one commentator and several listeners, no real characters


How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator was easy to listen to but there was a lot of background noise and mysterious silences throughout the commentry


What character would you cut from The Truth about the Philadelphia Experiment?

The question doesn't apply


Any additional comments?

This discussion is in the wrong format and would be better delivered as a short film or documentary.

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- Glenn

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-11-2011
  • Publisher: Reality Entertainment