Project Rainbow and the Philadelphia Experiment: Morris K. Jessup and US Navy Teleportation (Paperback)

Project Rainbow and the Philadelphia Experiment: Morris K. Jessup and US Navy Teleportation By David Hatcher Childress Cover Image

Project Rainbow and the Philadelphia Experiment: Morris K. Jessup and US Navy Teleportation (Paperback)

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David Childress, popular author and star of the History Channel show Ancient Aliens, brings us the amazing story of the so-called Philadelphia Experiment and the many curious events that happened in its aftermath. The Philadelphia Experiment was an event claimed to have been witnessed by an ex-merchant mariner named Carl M. Allen at the United States Navy's Philadelphia Naval Shipyard on October 28, 1943. Allen described an experiment called Project Rainbow where the US Navy attempted to make a destroyer class ship, the USS Eldridge, disappear and the bizarre results that followed. The story of the "Philadelphia Experiment" originated in late 1955 when Carl M. Allen sent an anonymous package marked "Happy Easter" containing a copy of Morris K. Jessup's book The Case for the UFO: Unidentified Flying Objects to the US Office of Naval Research. The book was filled with handwritten notes in its margins, written with three different shades of blue ink, appearing to detail a debate among three individuals, only one of whom is given a name: "Jemi." They commented on Jessup's ideas about the propulsion for flying saucers, discussed alien races, discussed Project Rainbow and expressed concern that Jessup was too close to discovering their technology. He also sent letters to Jessup. Jessup was then discovered in Florida dead in his car with a hose wired to the exhaust pipe to bring the toxic fumes into the vehicle. It was ruled a suicide. Was Jessup murdered as many people believe? Was he part of Project Rainbow--an effort to teleport a battleship through time and space? Did the Defense Industrial Security Command (DISC), commanded by Wernher von Braun, have something to do with his death? Why did the US Navy want a special annotated edition of Jessup's book published called the Varo Edition? Over 50 photographs and diagrams.
Product Details ISBN: 9781948803717
ISBN-10: 1948803712
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
Publication Date: December 15th, 2024
Pages: 324
Language: English