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U.S experement which teleported ship?????

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posted on Jun, 25 2005 @ 02:06 PM
I finally found the the place i was looking for. Its not the same website i saw but it is the same effect. It can be found here. I don't know if there are any other posts about this but i am sure they are really old.


posted on Jun, 25 2005 @ 02:24 PM
Cheers guys some intresting info to look at ! i only saw something about this on discovery one night,

Imagine though if they did this then! imagine what they could be able to do now!

But i guess were be the last to know!!

[edit on 25-6-2005 by JPwasere]

posted on Jun, 26 2005 @ 02:23 AM

Originally posted by Azathoth
Of course I also heard that the name of the ship was changed to hide the evidence. The USS eldrigde now belongs to another country. i think turkey but i'm not sure.

Why do people claim such outrageous things on this board when a 2 second google search would provide you with precisely that which you seek?

The U.S.S. Eldridge was never in Philadelphia. The whole story is completely far-fetched and ridiculous.


[edit on 6/26/2005 by Zipdot]

posted on Jun, 26 2005 @ 03:49 AM
Go here and read this:'

Okay, I "borrowed" my post from this other site in order to set the story straight on the History of the U.S.S. Eldridge. Here it is. I hope I don't catch too much heat for this:


John Eldridge, Jr., born 10 October 1903 in Buckingham

County, Va., graduated from the Naval Academy in 1927.

After flight training at Pensacola, Fla., he served at

various stations on aviation duty. From 11 September 1941

he was Commander, Scouting Squadron 71, attached to

aircraft carrier WASP (CV-7). Lieutenant Commander

Eldridge was killed in action in the Solomons, 2 November

1942. For his extraordinary heroism in leading the air

attack on Japanese positions in the initial invasion of the

Solomons, 7 and 8 August 1942, he was posthumously awarded

the Navy Cross.


Displacement: 1,240 t.

Length: 306’

Beam: 36’8”

Draft: 8’9”

Speed: 21 k.

Complement: 186

Armament: 3 3”; 3 21” torpedo tubes;

8 depth charge projectors;

2 depth charge tracks;

1 hedge hog


ELDRIDGE (DE-173) was launched 25 July 1943 by Federal

Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Newark, N.J.; sponsored by

Mrs. John Eldridge, Jr., widow of Lieutenant Commander

Eldridge; and commissioned 27 August 1943, Lieutenant C. R.

Hamilton, USNR, in command.

Between 4 January 1944 and 9 May 1945, ELDRIDGE sailed

on the vital task of escorting to the Mediterranean men and

materials to support Allied operations in north Africa and

on into southern Europe. She made nine voyages to deliver

convoys safely to Casablanca, Bizerte, and Oran.

ELDRIDGE departed New York 28 May 1945 for service in

the Pacific. En route to Saipan in July, she made contact

with an underwater object and immediately attacked but no

results were observed. She arrived at Okinawa 7 August for

local escort and patrol, and with the end of hostilities a

week later, continued to serve as escort on the

Saipan-Ulithi-Okinawa routes until November. ELDRIDGE was

placed out of commission, in reserve, 17 June 1946. On 15

January 1951, she was transferred under the Mutual Defense

Assistance program to Greece, with whom she serves as

destroyer escort LEON (D-54).

[LEON was disposed of by the Greek Navy in 1991, but

she was retained as a training hulk.

“Naval Institute Guide to Combat Fleets of the World, 1995,”

p.248 (The “Guide” says the ex-ELDRIDGE became the Greek

destroyer escort PANTHIR (D-67), various “Jane’s Fighting

Ships” and “Conway’s All The World’s Fighting Ships,

1947-1995” agree with the “Dictionary.”)]

Transcribed by Michael Hansen

[edit on 26-6-2005 by Toelint]

posted on Jun, 26 2005 @ 04:11 AM
I think there was a really cheesy science fiction movie about it that I loved. In fact they even made a sequel to it where Germany won the war. In the first one, the guy and I think his friend were transported to the future during the experiment, and at the end he fades out and goes back to the ship, and a bunch of sailors are halfway through the deck and still alive, and there's total chaos on the ship. Great B movie.

posted on Jul, 8 2005 @ 04:29 PM
The story goes that during the 1940's the U.S Navy were looking for a way to make ships invisible. Be it optical or radar invisibility is unknown. Albert Einstein was also involved in the project as was Nikola Tesla. They placed Tesla coils and powerful magnets on the side of the ship and switched it on. The experiment had undesired effects.

Some stories say it was transported to Norfolk and some say it flew through space and encountered a UFO. If it was transported to Norfolk it may not have been Physically transported just the light would have reflected the image of the ship so it appeared at the test grounds and Norfolk at the same time. There were also side effects for the crew members. They were believed to be inside the magnetic field of the ship but were not. Many of them were fused into the ship and others simply disapeared. The ones who survived had side effect later. One man having dinner with his family simply got up and walked through the wall never to be seen again and another crewman in a bar brawl dissapered much to the suprise of his opponent.

Three crewmen were said to have jumped ship and landed in Montauk Island 40 years later where the project leader was waiting for them. He told them something went wrong and they would have to go back and destroy the generators. After they did this the project was put on hold.

Or so the story goes. Ill go read up on it and bring back some more info.

posted on Jul, 8 2005 @ 04:38 PM
was not the movie removed from usa cinema screens after a short time

go here for more info on the subject
go here
here also

hope this helps

[edit on 8-7-2005 by andy1033]

posted on Jul, 8 2005 @ 05:16 PM
Many comments...
but first to ZIPDOT:
get off the hooch man... it is interfering with your logic circuit...
really smart posting a government linked website... yep, they would tell us...
(you usually are so much better than that... come on get with it!)

also...there is an active disinfo campaign in regards to this issue...
You really have to read between the lines... the truth is simple... and sad...deaths resulted... the experiment did not work...
maybe they learned something though.

and yes, there is a very informative discovery/history channel documentary that smashes that poor pathetic excuse that ZIPDOT posted...

I personally don't care if you beleive or not... it matters little in regards to the future. There are bigger fish to fry, and the research is far to available to spend any time pointing the way...
but a hint here: look beyond the government line at least...

posted on Jul, 8 2005 @ 11:02 PM
I think the reason the movie was removed pretty quickly was because it was such a bad movie and didn't make any money. heh. It was pretty crappy. It was one of those that was so bad you couldn't help but have a good time watching it.

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