Alexandra Bruce

In a sleepy fishing town called Montauk Point, a device called the Montauk Chair was used to focus the energies of a sexually aroused psychic who could create an interdimensional vortex. The goal was to send military operatives back in time to alter key events.

This was one of the segments we made for the pilot episode of the disinformation TV series. Although the no-budget production values are evident, the amazing complexity involved in the granddaddy of all conspiracy theories, the Montauk Project, is on full display. It involves mind control, time travel and Nazi gold—and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.


Taken from DisinfoTV on DVD, available now at: http://bit.ly/V01W7T

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[disinfo ed.’s note: this original essay was first published by disinformation on January 22, 2001.] You’ve got to love a story that is stranger than any fiction but claims to be the God’s…


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