Russell Anderson on Electrogravitics

Biefeld-Brown. The Searl Effect. Beamships. You name it, Russell Anderson's into it. For over 20 years, Anderson's approach to Electrogravitics is "if you build it, they will come", and as an avid contributor to science fairs, hobbyist magazines, and Electrographics social groups his philosophy is…


Al Bielek on the Philadelphia Experiment

Al Bielek claims to have been at the center of the Philadelphia Experiment, one of the most controversial conspiracy theories of the 20th century. Did the United States Navy apply the research of Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein, and others in an attempt to make a ship invisible? Did the USS Eldridge…


Bill Ramsey on Time Travel

Time travel? Parallel Dimensions? A while back I heard a rumor about a man who'd experienced them both firsthand. I tracked down Bill Ramsey, and he confirmed that something had happened but wasn't ready to talk about it. Time travel? Yes - although it took him a long time to put the experience…


Charles Michael Couch on Lifters

Everybody knows what Lifters are. Millions of people around the globe have seen them on TV and the Internet, and hundreds of thousands of school-children have Antigravity built them for science fairs around the globe. Quite simply, the Lifter is a phenomenon — but it took the hard work and…


John Hutchison on the Hutchison Effect

Spontaneously melting metals. Objects flying around haphazardly. Strange glows manifesting in the air, and suddenly disappearing. The Hutchison Effect is one of the strangest and most well-documented physics anomalies ever discovered. It's been filmed dozens of times, at first on reels of Super-8…