Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy Theory ‘Death Ray’ Ep 3.2
Conspiracy theorists have long discussed the alleged existence of a death ray that kills people via a silent laser.
Ventura looks into rumors that the government is using directed-energy weapon technology, not only for strategic missile defense, but as a tool for assassination and possible false flag operations. Ventura feels he’s on to something when he learns numerous people involved in the project have died under mysterious circumstances, (including whistle-blower Fred Bell, who died two days after an interview), and a theory that a ray may have been used to disintegrate and collapse the World Trade Center towers on 9/11.
Ventura’s biggest suspicion about this theory was raised by his understanding of the Star Wars situation in the 1980’s. According to Ventura’s speculation, at first we were hearing a lot about Reagan’s plan to protect America from nukes using a space based orbital laser platform. But then the talk about Star Wars all just sorta fizzled out without anything coming of it.
The Air Force and Navy say that their High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) in Gakona, Alaska, does cutting-edge research into the mysteries of the upper atmosphere. Of course, that’s just the cover story. The 35-acre “ionospheric heater,” which can blast 3.6 megawatts of energy skyward and create its own version of the northern lights, is really a high-tech weapon, though promoters of this idea are unclear on exactly what kind. Maybe a massive mind-control device? A death ray (which accidentally shot down the space shuttle in 2003)? A weather-modification system?
Less than 24 hours after filming his interview for this episode of Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura, Dr. Fred Bell, who sough to blow the lid on a government-sponsored death ray, was found dead in his hotel room. No evidence of foul play has been uncovered and the investigation is ongoing.