Martin visits a brilliant scientist who says a wormhole to another dimension opens in his living room. Will our hero travel through it?
Dr. Fred Bell is a super genius. At the tender age of 14 he was not only working at the University of Michigan on nuclear energy projects, but was also inducted into the U.S. government's research into mind control, dubbed M.K. Ultra. While still a teenager, he worked on the Philadelphia Experiment and cold fusion, and then went on to do top secret work for the Air Force as well as NASA.
Maybe it's because he's such a genius that, while studying with Himalayan masters, the aliens started talking to him. And once he started to understand alien technology, his scientific achievements started to get really impressive.
There are far too many to list, but take, for example, the Andromedan Holographic Projector, which allows the operator to manipulate space and time conditions. Best of all, many of his inventions are up for sale on his website.
But the reason I sought out this genius was to investigate claims that a wormhole open up in his living room. A wormhole that I travel through in this edition of Web Drifter.
Meet the genius kooks behind the Internet's most intriguing and outlandish websites. From wizards and UFO cultists to Bigfoot hunters and Peter Pan wannabees, no one's site is too outrageous (or dangerous) for Martin Sargent to web drift. And you're invited to ride shotgun.