Al Bielek was born in 1927. While working for various military contractors, the people who worked with him began to reveal the truth about the US government's involvement with extraterrestrials and PSYOPS (Psychological Operations) programs. Strange things started to happen to him soon afterwards.
Recruited into the "Montauk Project," Bielek said he worked his normal day job in California, and then would take a highly classified underground magnetic levitation subway train from Los Angeles to Montauk.
In January 1988, his memories of his participation in the Philadelphia Experiment started to return. Bielek made the decision to go public with the information about his involvement at Montauk and the Philadelphia Experiment in 1989. Since then he has been a frequent speaker on radio programs and conferences.
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