Some recent updates on the mysterious Montauk Base from our dear friend who has many memories being there.
As far as government cover-ups go, the Montauk Project may be one of the most well-guarded secret government projects that ever existed. The Montauk Experiment is basically the Area 51 of New England, and stories about the project’s time travel experiments, use of alien technology, and research into telekinesis have managed to both enthral and terrify conspiracy theorists since the government shut down the “Roswell of the North’s” experiments in the early ’80s.
The Montauk Project’s US government time travel research program intersects with multiple alleged secret government programs, including the Philadelphia Experiment, where an entire battleship was said to have disappeared from the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in 1943.
More so than any other conspiracy theory, the Montauk Project feels very real. Admittedly. the idea that ten-year-old boys are being sent to Mars is pretty far-fetched, but the government getting excited about mass hypnosis via radar tower? That seems like something that was definitely discussed at one point in time, and you could argue that they were successful, albeit in a less sci-fi way.
Even if you don’t believe in government cover-ups that involve time travel, teleportation, and the physical manifestation of monsters from inside our very own brains, the Montauk Project is a lot of fun to read about, and when you finally have a run in with a chrononaut from 1980, you’ll be happy that you boned up on your knowledge about this secret government program.