Death Ray Gun Conspiracy

 

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 THEORY:
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. 
 



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