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Notes: Now with the first part of the story we got some basic information about John Martin, his family, and life long friend Jake which leads
us into the Philadelphia Experiment. In real life legend has it that on October 28, 1943 the USS Eldridge was part of a government experiment
to make ships invisible to radar, but unfortunately things went wrong. Men from the Eldridge were said to appear in bars, start fights, and just disappear. Worse legend has it that after the experiment was concluded some men were found alive partly trapped inside the ship's body.

The experiment was said to have been conducted by Dr Franklin Reno (or Rinehart) as a military application of Albert Einstein’s unified field theory, or “generalized theory of gravitation."  Einstein did theorize that if one could travel the speed of light that travel forward into time was possible. What if Einstein had gone farther than that in his theories and kept it secret to everyone, but the U.S. Government? What if the government tried to use time travel to win the war? Certainly, knowing the future would come in handy in a war. Maybe it's a bit far fetched, but it certainly is a fascinating question.