The Philadelphia Experiment spheres

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There are some accounts of orbs or spheres around the ship during the Philadelphia Experiment. For example, in his book The Case for the UFO: Unidentified Flying Objects, Morris K. Jessup recounts a story from a Navy officer who claimed to have seen “a number of small, luminous spheres” around the Eldridge before it disappeared.

Another account comes from Albert M. Bender, who claimed to have interviewed a sailor who was on board the Eldridge during the experiment. The sailor told Bender that he saw “a number of strange, glowing balls” around the ship before it disappeared.

In 1995, the Navy released a brief statement about the Philadelphia Experiment, saying that it was “a fictional account of an experiment that was never conducted.” The statement also said that the Navy had “received numerous inquiries about the Philadelphia Experiment, but we have no records to substantiate the claims made about this alleged event.”

–My comment:The above statement is surprising considering the reasons given for the following FOIA requests

The Navy has denied FOIA requests about the Philadelphia Experiment citing national security concerns. For example, in 1979, the Navy denied a FOIA request from UFO researcher Jacques Vallee, stating that the information was “classified and would be detrimental to the national security of the United States.”

In 1986, the Navy also denied a FOIA request from journalist Timothy Green Beckley, stating that the information was “classified and would be detrimental to the national security of the United States.”

The Navy has also denied FOIA requests about the Philadelphia Experiment on the grounds of exemption 6 of the FOIA, which allows the government to withhold information that “would disclose a confidential source.” This exemption is often used to protect the identities of intelligence agents or informants.

It is possible that the Navy does have information about the Philadelphia Experiment that it is not willing to release, even to the extent of confirming or denying its existence. This information may be classified because it is considered to be sensitive or dangerous, or it may be protected by exemption 6 because it could identify confidential sources.

–This information is from Google Bard

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