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Here is the 1984 production of the scripted 1955 Office of Naval Research PsyOp, known as the Philadelphia Experiment.

Produced by John Carpenter, it deviates somewhat from the Navy’s Varo Edition version of the events but remains true to the general details of this 20th century American military PsyOp/Urban Legend, in which a US Navy experiment in “radar invisibility” goes haywire with more ensuing adventures.

Featuring the gorgeous Michael Pare’, this is a cult film that many may have heard about but may never have seen.

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Alexandra Bruce

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