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History Channel Tackles Philly Experiment!

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Hello Everybody:


Mark your calendars and set your VCRs!


The Weller-Grossman Productions one-hour documentary for The History Channel is finished. This "History's Mysteries" examination INTO the lore and legend of the Philadelphia Experiment is scheduled to debut on March 12th and will be well worth everyone's time. I had the DISTINCT pleasure of serving as Field Producer in addition to my on-camera interview and research assistance. Our producer, Craig Constantine, was a saint and it was an honor and pleasure to work with everyone. I would do it again in a heartbeat.


Many surprises await...


Yours in research,


Robert A. Goerman - Moderator of... http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FATEreader


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Information straight FROM www.historychannel.com:


The True Story of the Philadelphia Experiment


"History's Mysteries"


Monday , March 12 8:00 PM-9:00 PM


Tuesday , March 13 12:00 AM-1:00 AM


Tuesday , March 13 4:00 AM-5:00 AM


Sunday , March 18 11:00 AM-12:00 PM


Description: "In 1943, a warship was rendered invisible in the Philadelphia Naval Yard, then teleported instantly to Norfolk, Virginia, and back. But this technological breakthrough was achieved at such horrific human cost--crewmen missing or gone insane, dead sailors fused INTO bulkheads--that authorities deep-sixed the experiment. Or so goes the legend that still flourishes. We examine this tallest of seaman's tales and learn how real anti-submarine technology led to talk


of 'disappearing ships'. TV G"



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