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The Philadelphia Experiment did happen It was an attempt by the US Navy to make a ship that could not be detected by magnetic mines or radar There is much controversy and misinformation about the experiment and it appears that the government has tried to make it appear that the experiment never happened The Eldridge the ship left New York for Bermuda on Sept 16th From September 18 to October 15 it was used as a training vessel and used for sea trials On October 18 it left for New York and remained there until November 1st On November 1st to the 2nd it left and traveled to Norfolk and on November 3rd it left for Casablanca The Eldridge arrived in Casablanca on November 22 and stayed there until November 29th when it left go to back to New York The Eldridge arrived in New York on December 17 From December 17th to December 31st it traveled to Norfolk This is all the history of the ship while the experiments were going on The Navy said they never did experiments on the Eldridge at any time but the government sometimes covers up things that go wrong The government covered up much about the secret Manhattan project which kept the development of the atomic bomb secret One source of information about the Philadelphia Experiment is Carlos Miguele Allende who was born on May 31 1925 in Pennsylvania On July 14 1942 he joined the Marine Corps and was discharged After being discharged he joined the Merchant Marines and was assigned to the SS Andrew Furuseth On the SS Andrew Furuseth Carlos Allende saw the Eldridge with his own 2 eyes His story is bizarre He stated that he watched the Eldridge transport instantaneously to Norfolk from Philadelphia and back in only a few minutes He was amazed and wanted to know more about the Eldridge When searching for Information about
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