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Montauk Point On the South-easternmost tip of Long Island lies the small fishing hamlet of Montauk Pt NY Quiet and sparsely inhabited during the cold winter months of the bare season it sits alone Each summer season the population swells with a wave a tourists fisherman and others who are fortunate to have residence during this beautiful season The largest attraction a seaside historic landmark is the lighthouse This extravagant structure was commissioned by our First Father George Washington But there is a darker side of the seaside village that many are not aware of Montauk Point has a secret Within mere walking distance of the monumental lighthouse lies a derelict military facility also known as Camp Hero In the distance and extremely large in tact radar dish sits atop an abandoned building A building I climbed inside Records show that Camp Hero was officially evacuated and decommissioned by the US Air Force in 1969 It was said to be reopened and operated without US Government permission Only this time speculation revealed that it was being fully operated and utilized underground Thus leaving the Montauk Project to carry on covert operations A brief description of The Montauk Projects operations can be explained by Preston Nichols and Peter Moon authors of The Montauk Project Experiments in Time The Montauk Project was a development and culmination of the phenomena encountered aboard the USS Eldridge in 1943 Experiment conducted on the USS Eldridge are popularly known as the Philadelphia Experiment a series of experiments conducted by the US Navy involving Radar invisibility and time travel It is said that The Montauk Project was involved in research and experimentations in mind control an possible break through
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