It was about Sunday evening when I decided to to venture out into Vaughn and explore. And that’s when I stumbled into Jim the jumper.
I think he was channeling the inner deranged soul of Von Helton, Warren Bucks and Sean Cleary. I had not heard anything quite like this for a long time. From having psychic powers to being a member of a top secret black ops FBI group that were gifted with powers of a jumper (teleporter). He’s been a fighter jet pilot. And was even swallowed by a whale, he’s done it all.
But what really struck me was the fact he claimed to actually be on a US destroyer called the USS Eldridge during a 1943 mysterious mishap that people refer to as the Philadelphia experiment.
The Philadelphia Experiment is an alleged military experiment supposed to have been carried out by the U.S. Navy at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, sometime around October 28, 1943. The U.S. Navy destroyer escort USS Eldridge was claimed to have been rendered invisible (or “cloaked“) to enemy devices.
The story first appeared in 1955, in letters of unknown origin sent to a writer and astronomer, Morris K. Jessup. It is widely understood to be a hoax; the U.S. Navy maintains that no such experiment was ever conducted, that the details of the story contradict well-established facts about USS Eldridge, and that the alleged claims do not conform to known physical laws.
The LINK to this experiment can be found below.
Now I cannot confirm or deny what he states in the video to be fact, but holy hell mother of gawd this dude is one super freaky odd ball. I nearly spit all over my screen while recording this.
I think he actually believes what ever he’s saying, and I’m beginning to think there’s an island of misfits living on a top secret mutant infested island, every so often one or two mange to escape and become social casters on some off the wall social casting site. But then again what I do know after all I’ve been doxed 20 or more times by freaks and idiots who simply create all sorts of misadventures on my behalf. I can’t make this shit up.