Banshee also called a Ban Sith, or “woman of the fairies,” in Scots Gaelic; a Bean Sidhe in Irish Gaelic; and a gwrach y Rhibyn (“the witch of Rhibyn”) in Welsh, the banshee is a female spirit or ghost whose cry, wail, scream, or keening is said to tell of an imminent death. According to Celtic folklore, the spirit’s unearthly sounds, which can be heard only at night, are meant as a warning to the doomed person and/or his or her loved ones. Although not always seen, her mourning call is heard, usually at night when someone is about to die and usually around woods. In 1437, King James I of Scotland was approached by an Irish seer or banshee who foretold his murder at the instigation of the Earl of Atholl. This is an example of the banshee in human form. There are records of several human banshees attending the great houses of Ireland and the courts of local Irish kings. In some parts of Leinster, she is referred to as the bean chaointe (keening woman) whose wail can be so piercing that it shatters glass.

In Kerry in the southwest of Ireland, her keen is experienced as a "low, pleasant singing"; in Tyrone in the north, as "the sound of two boards being struck together"; and on Rathlin Island as "a thin, screeching sound somewhere between the wail of a woman and the moan of an owl". The banshee may also appear in a variety of other forms, such as that of a hooded crow, stoat, hare and weasel - animals associated in Ireland with witchcraft. Banshees have been a part of oral tradition in the British Isles for centuries, and beliefs regarding the beings were also documented in such works as Fairy Legends and Traditions of the South of Ireland (1825–1828) by Thomas Croker and Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft (1830) by Sir Walter Scott. According to Celtic tradition, banshees also watch over the person or families to which they have attached themselves.

One of the best-known cases of a family banshee is the Rossmore banshee of County Monaghan, Ireland, which has wailed shortly before the death of every Rossmore heir since 1801. The first of many Rossmores to trigger the banshee wail was also the first Baron Rossmore, General Robert Cunningham. While he was lying ill in his bed, family members heard odd keening and shrieking, followed by cries of “Rossmore! Rossmore!” outside their estate. Within half an hour, the baron had died.

Banshees are frequently described as dressed in white or grey, often having long, fair hair which they brush with a silver comb, a detail scholar Patricia Lysaght attributes to confusion with local mermaid myths. This comb detail is also related to the centuries-old traditional romantic Irish story that, if you ever see a comb lying on the ground in Ireland, you must never pick it up, or the banshees (or mermaids — stories vary), having placed it there to lure unsuspecting humans, will spirit such gullible humans away. Other stories portray banshees as dressed in green, red, or black with a grey cloak.

Sources :
The Greenhaven Encyclopedia of Paranormal Phenomena by Patricia D. Netzley;

Pic Source : Encyclopedia of the Undead by Dr. Bob Curan page 265
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Dover Demon

On April 1977, Bill Bartlett was driving through Dover, Massachusetts, with two friends when he saw a strange, thin creature with glowing eyes and a large head crawling along some rocks on the far side of the road. It was visible only for a few seconds, but it terrified Bartlett. Over the next twenty-four hours, there were two other sightings by local teens. The scare began at 10:30 on the evening of April 21, 1977, as three seventeen- year-old boys were driving north through Dover, Massachusetts, Boston’s most affluent suburb. One of them, Bill Bartlett, thought he spotted something creeping along a low wall of loose stones on the left side of the road. As the figure turned its head and stared into the headlights of the car, Bartlett said he saw two large, round, glassy, lidless eyes shining brightly “like orange marbles.” Its head, resting atop a thin neck,was big and watermelon-shaped and fully as large as the rest of the body.

Except for its oversized head, the creature was thin, with long spindly arms and legs and large hands and feet. The skin was hairless and peach-colored and appeared to have a rough, sandpaperlike texture. No more than four feet tall, it had been making its way uncertainly along the wall, its long fingers curled around the rocks,when the car lights surprised it. Neither of Bartlett’s companions,whose attention was elsewhere, noticed the creature,which was visible for only a few seconds. They testified later, however, that their friend had seemed genuinely upset. When Bartlett arrived at his home, his father noticed his distraught state and heard the story from his son,who drew a sketch of what he had seen.

Around 12:30 a.m. fifteen-year-old John Baxter, walking home from his girlfriend’s house, reportedly saw a short figure approaching him. Thinking it was a small-statured friend, he called out his name but got no response.When the figure got closer, it stopped, causing Baxter to do the same. Trying to get a better look, Baxter took one step forward, and the figure scurried off to the left, running down a shallow,wooded gully and up the opposite bank. Baxter followed it down the slope, then stopped and looked across the gulley.

The figure — which looked like nothing he had ever seen or heard of — stood in silhouette about thirty feet away, its feet “molded” around the top of a rock a few feet from a tree. It was leaning toward the tree with the long fingers of both hands entwined around the trunk. Though he would claim not to have heard of Bartlett’s report at that point, his description of it would be exactly the same. Baxter backed carefully up the slope and walked quickly away from the scene.

The next day Bartlett told his close friend Will Taintor, eighteen, about his experience. That night,while Taintor was driving fifteen-year-old Abby Brabham home, Brabham said she spotted something in the car’s headlights. On the left side of the road was a hairless creature crouched on all fours, facing the car. Its body was thin and monkeylike, its head large, oblong, and devoid of nose, ears, and mouth. The facial area around the eyes was lighter, and the eyes glowed green. Brabham insisted on this last detail even after investigators informed her that Bartlett had said the eyes were orange. Taintor said he caught only a brief glimpse.

Anomalist Loren Coleman, then living in the area, learned of Bartlett’s report through an acquaintance who knew the teenager. He dubbed the creature the “Dover demon.” It is an alleged cryptozoological creature that has remained a subject of interest for cryptozoologists ever since then.

Loren Coleman was the initial investigator and the individual who named the creature; it was disseminated by the press, and the name stuck. Coleman quickly assembled and brought into the inquiry three other investigators: Joseph Nyman, Ed Fogg, and Walter Webb. All were well-known ufological researchers in eastern Massachusetts, with Webb being the assistant director of the Hayden Planetarium at Boston's Science Museum.

Subsequently they interviewed Bartlett and the other witnesses, along with their parents, school officials and teachers, and police officers. They uncovered no evidence of a hoax; to the contrary, those who knew the teenagers described them as credible (though one teacher expressed some reservations about Bartlett). The creature was sighted by John Baxter, 15, and Pete Mitchell, 13, as they were walking home. He said it was bipedal and ended up running into a gully and standing next to a tree. The next day, Abby Brabham, 15, and Will Traintor, 18, claimed to have seen a similar-looking creature from Traintor's car, on the side of the road. Brabham's description matched Bartlett's and Baxter's descriptions, except this time the cryptid had illuminated green eyes. She approximated its height as "about the size of a goat".

Investigators attempted to shake up Ms. Brabham by noting she said it had green eyes reflected by car headlights, while Bartlett mentioned orange eyes were reflected back to him by his automobile's lights. Ms. Brabham was steadfast in her description. Bartlett, Baxter, Brabham, and Traintor all drew sketches of the monstrous sight shortly after their sightings. On the piece of paper that includes Bartlett's sketch, he wrote "I, Bill Bartlett, swear on a stack of Bibles that I saw this creature."

Other witnesses have claimed the creature had green eyes and seemingly smooth, chalky gray toned skin, three feet tall, and made a bloodcurdling noise, similar to a hawk's screech combined with a snakes hiss. But all witnesses say it had no ears, mouth, nose, or known sex. Witnesses also agree that it stalks in the trees and waits to scare its next victim. The widespread interest in the Dover Demon has resulted in it being an oft-discussed cryptid in popular culture, and having Japanese figurines of the creature being developed for cryptobuffs in Japan and North America.

The Dover Demon bears similarity to the Mannegishi creature, which is native to the mythology of the Cree Indians in Canada. It is also suggested to be a Backoo, a mythical spirit creature from Caribbean legends due to similarities in the body structures.

Martin S. Kottmeyer has suggested that the witnesses were seriously mistaken about what they saw, and he thinks he knows what the Dover demon may have been: a young moose. He points out that except for Baxter’s, the sightings lasted only seconds. All occurred in darkness. He notes, “Bartlett’s placing of the eyes matches the placement of eyes just above the hip of the muzzle on a moose’s head. The lack of a discernable nose and mouth is easily laid to the fact that nostrils and mouth are very far down on the muzzle. A drawing of a young moose presents the ears swept back along the line of the head and would not discernably stick out, thus accounting for the absence of visible ears.”

Because nothing like the Dover demon has reported since, and all the witnesses were teenagers, many believe it to be a hoax, and suspect that a group of high school classmates were collaborating to make up the story. Kottmeyer’s theory that the incident grew out of a misperception — though not perfect — is hard to discount.

Sources :
Mysterious Creatures : A Guide to Cryptozoology” by George M. Eberhart;
Unexplained! : “Strange Sightings, Incredible Occurences & Puzzling Physical Phenomena” by Jerome Clark;

Pics Sources :
Mysterious Creatures by George M. Eberhart page 141 (The DOVER DEMON of April 21, 1977. From a painting by Bill Bartlett);
Unexplained! By Jerome Clark page 414
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The Schooner Jenny

In the mid-1800s a strange ship was discovered by Captain Brighton of the whaler Hope in the waters of the Southern Ocean between Australia and Antarctica. In front of the whaler, that ship was slowly floating out of one of the chasms that had opened up in the disintegrating walls of ice. Its decks were wreathed with ice and snow, its sails hanging in tattered and frozen shreds, its rigging broken and rotten, and the vessel itself crushed and splintered, but still she floated. What terrified Brighton’s men was the crew of the wreck-ship in front of them : seven men standing upright and encased in steel-hard ice, like so many statues of stone. On September 22, 1860, Captain Brighton of the whaler Hope entered into his logbook the fact that a whale had been sighted and chase given, but when they had drawn close to the ice barrier, the whale had given them the slip.

An hour later Brighton wrote another report that later would stun and mystify all those familiar with the sea. He had just come on deck when the nearby endless wall of ice began breaking up with a tremendous thunder and crashing of huge frozen cliffs collapsing into the sea; happily, the Hope was some hundreds of yards away from the fracas and, provided she didn’t drift any closer, was thought safe. Suddenly some of the crew gave a shout and pointed in alarm and terror. Some of the Hope crew cried out in fear, “The Flying Dutchman!” but Captain Brighton reassured them; then he called for a boat to pull him across; he clambered aboard that ship and went below to see what he might find.

When he opened the master’s cabin door he was confronted with a man sitting at his desk with pen in hand and seemingly about to write in the logbook in front of him; it was clearly the captain of the stricken ship. Brighton immediately spoke to him, but the fellow remained perfectly silent, being in fact dead and frozen solid to boot. Captain Brighton then checked the log on the desk. The ship was the English schooner Jenny, last port of call Lima, Peru, and the final entry read, “No food for 71 days. I am the only one left alive.” It was dated May 4, 1823.

For some thirty-seven years the Jenny had remained hard and fast, crushed and imprisoned within the unrelenting walls of the ice barrier of the Antarctic. In another cabin was found the body of a woman, no doubt the captain’s wife; like all the rest, she was perfectly preserved by the fierce cold of that terrible region.

The crew of the Hope gave the nine bodies a proper sea burial, and when he returned to England some months later Captain Brighton passed on to the admiralty the logbook and the unusual story of the ice-bound Jenny.

The Jenny was a British schooner that had nine people aboard, including one woman, and a dog. The original report has been deemed "unsubstantiated", but the story has become a fixture of Antarctic sea-lore, and inspired a noted Australian poem. The Jenny is commemorated by the Jenny Buttress, a feature on King George Island near Melville Peak, named by the UK Antarctic Place-Names Committee in 1960.

Australian poet Rosemary Dobson wrote about the story in her poem "The Ship of Ice" published in her book The Ship of Ice with other poems in 1948, which won the Sydney Morning Herald award for poetry that year. Dobson's poem places the discovery of the Jenny in 1860.

Sources : Seafaring, Lore and Legend :
“A Miscellany of Maritime Myth, Superstition, Fable & Fact” by Peter D. Jeans;

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Nikola Tesla's Lost Journals

In-1976, four undistinguished boxes of papers were auctioned in the estate sale of Michael P. Bornes, a bookseller in Manhattan. This auction took place in Newark, NJ, and the boxes along with their contents being bought by Dale Alfrey for twenty-five dollars. Alfrey had no idea what was in the boxes when he bought them. When he later went through them, he was surprised that the boxes contain some of lost science, as well as shocking new details of Nikola Tesla's life as written by himself in long forgotten notes. These explosive journals, reveal that Tesla was the first man to receive communications from life forms not of this planet!  

Nikola Tesla (10 July 1856 – 7 January 1943) born as an ethnic Serb in the village of Smiljan, Austrian Empire (today's Croatia), he was a subject of the Austrian Empire by birth and later became an American citizen. He was an inventor and also one of the most important contributors to the birth of commercial electricity, and is best known for his many revolutionary developments in the field of electromagnetism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Aside from his work on electromagnetism and electromechanical engineering, Tesla contributed in varying degrees to the establishment of robotics, remote control, radar, and computer science, and to the expansion of ballistics, nuclear physics, and theoretical physics.
However, despite all of his contributions to science, his name is little remembered outside the field of electronics and physics. In fact, Thomas Edison is often mistakenly credited in school textbooks with inventions that were developed and patented by Tesla. A few of his achievements have been used, with some controversy, to support various pseudosciences, UFO theories, and early New Age occultism. Most scholars acknowledge that Tesla’s obscurity is partially due to his eccentric ways and fantastic claims during the waning years of his life, of communicating with other planets and death rays. Many of these fantastic inventions of Tesla are scientifically accurate and workable. It has simply taken mankind this long to catch up to the astonishing ideas of a man who died in 1943.

It is now known that various governments were extremely interested in Tesla's ideas for weapons and limitless energy. So much so that after his death, the U.S. military confiscated boxes full of Tesla's research and writings. Much of this material has never been revealed to the public. What is not so widely known is that Tesla often suffered from financial difficulties, forcing him to move from hotel to hotel as his debt increased. Many times Tesla had to move, leaving crates of his belongings behind.

The hotels would hold on to Tesla's possessions for a while, but would eventually have to auction them off in order to repay Tesla's outstanding bills. Often these sold off boxes contained notes outlining some new invention or speculations on developing technology. How much was lost over the years no one will ever know. However, some material escaped the clutches of obscurity and has recently resurfaced after being separated and stored for decades. These trunks, which were eagerly sought after Tesla’s death, have become the key to unlocking the mystery of who Nikola Tesla really was, and the incredible life that he secretly led.

When Tesla died on January 7, 1943 at the age of 86, representatives of the Office of Alien Property (OAP), at the request of the FBI, went to the Hotel New Yorker and seized all of Tesla’s belongings. Two truckloads of papers, furniture and artifacts were sent under seal to the Manhattan Storage and Warehouse Company. This load was added to the almost thirty barrels and bundles that had been in storage since the 1930s, and the entire collection was sealed under orders from the OAP. Strange behavior, considering that Tesla was a legal American citizen.

After Tesla’s death, there was a scramble by the United States government to find all of his papers, notes and research before other foreign powers could find them. Tesla’s nephew, Sava Kosanovic, reported that before the OAP had arrived, someone else had obviously gone through Tesla’s belongings and taken an unknown amount of personal notes and papers. It was known by the FBI that German intelligence had already spirited away a sizable amount of Tesla’s research several years before his death.

This stolen material, it is thought, would eventually result in the development of the Nazi flying saucer. The United States was going to make sure that this would not happen again. Anything even remotely associated with the great man was quickly confiscated and lost within the secret networks of World War II America. Nevertheless, more than a dozen boxes of Tesla’s belongings left behind at hotels like the Waldorf Astoria, the Governor Clinton Hotel and the St. Regis had already been sold to salvagers to pay off Tesla’s outstanding bills. Most of these boxes and the secrets they contained have never been found.

In 1976, the name Nikola Tesla was not widely known. Dale Alfrey who had bought Nikola Tesla’s boxes from the auction had little idea of the importance of the papers he now owned. Going through the incredible amount of material, Alfrey at first thought he had uncovered the notes of a science fiction writer. What he read was so incredible that it seemed impossible that any of it was true. Having little interest in what he had bought, Alfrey stashed the boxes in his basement thinking that he would go through them again later when he had more time.

Twenty years passed before Alfrey would once again find the time to open the strange boxes. Unfortunately, time had not been so kind to the precious contents contained within. The papers by now had mildewed badly and the ink had faded from the years of neglect in the damp basement. Alfrey was determined not to let this material disappear forever and started the laborious effort of trying to transcribe the information before it was too late. However, Alfrey soon found himself caught up in reading the remarkable papers. Tesla’s notes are shocking in their revelations of the scientist’s secret life—a life, that up until this time, had never been mentioned by Tesla, or documented by biographers after his death.

These lost journals revealed that in 1899, while in Colorado Springs, Tesla intercepted communications from extraterrestrial beings who were secretly controlling mankind. These creatures were slowly preparing humans for eventual conquest and domination, using a program that had been in place since the creation of humankind, but was now accelerating due to Earth’s increased scientific awareness.

Tesla wrote about his years of research to interpret the strange radio signals and his attempts to notify the government and military concerning what he had learned, but his letters apparently went unanswered. Tesla spoke in confidence to several of his benefactors, including Colonel John Jacob Astor, who owned the Waldorf Astoria hotel. These benefactors listened to Tesla and secretly funded what was to be the start of mankind’s first battle to regain control of its own destiny—a battle set in motion by Nikola Tesla.

While this information seems absolutely incredible, Tesla did give occasional hints to his predicament in various newspaper and magazine interviews. Tesla may have elaborated on the subject in an article called: “Talking with the Planets,” in Collliers Weekly (March 1901).

“As I was improving my machines for the production of intense electrical actions, I was also perfecting the means for observing feeble efforts. One of the most interesting results, and also one of great practical importance, was the development of certain contrivances for indicating at a distance of many hundred miles an approaching storm, its direction, speed and distance traveled.”

“It was in carrying on this work that for the first time I discovered those mysterious effects which have elicited such unusual interest. I had perfected the apparatus referred to so far that from my laboratory in the Colorado mountains I could feel the pulse of the globe, as it were, noting every electrical change that occurred within a radius of eleven hundred miles. I can never forget the first sensations I experienced when it dawned upon me that I had observed something possibly of incalculable consequence to mankind.”

“I felt as though I were present at the birth of a new knowledge or the revelation of a great truth. My first observations positively terrified me, as there was present in them something mysterious, not to say supernatural, and I was alone in my laboratory at night; but at that time the idea of these disturbances being intelligently controlled signals did not yet present itself to me.”

“The changes I noted were taking place periodically and with such a clear suggestion of number and order that they were not traceable to any cause known to me. I was familiar, of course, with such electrical disturbances as are produced by the sun, Aurora Borealis, and earth currents, and I was as sure as I could be of any fact that these variations were due to none of these causes.”

“The nature of my experiments precluded the possibility of the changes being produced by atmospheric disturbances, as has been rashly asserted by some. It was some time afterward when the thought flashed upon my mind that the disturbances I had observed might be due to an intelligent control. Although I could not decipher their meaning, it was impossible for me to think of them as having been entirely accidental.”

“The feeling is constantly growing on me that I had been the first to hear the greeting of one planet to another. A purpose was behind these electrical signals.”

Decades later on his birthday in 1937, he announced: “I have devoted much of my time during the year past to the perfecting of a new small and compact apparatus by which energy in considerable amounts can now be flashed through interstellar space to any distance without the slightest dispersion.” (New York Times, Sunday, I I July 1937.)

Tesla never publicly revealed any technical details of his improved transmitter, but in his 1937 announcement he revealed a new formula showing that: “The kinetic and potential energy of a body is the result of motion and determined by the product of its mass and the square of its velocity. Let the mass be reduced, the energy is reduced by the same proportion. If it be reduced to zero, the energy is likewise zero for any finite velocity.” (New York Sun, 12 July 193 7, p. 6)

By the summer of 1997, Alfrey had finished reading the entire contents of the four boxes and was ready to start scanning the papers on to computer disks. Alfrey had been more than a little surprised that the voluminous notes and journals contained no drawings or blueprints. It was not until later that Alfrey discovered that Tesla detested illustrating his ideas owing to the fact that his own mental blueprints were all that he required to build his inventions.

Alfrey also noticed that Tesla’s journals were often incomplete. There were numerous gaps consisting of days, months and even years. Alfrey surmised that other journals could exist somewhere, hidden away either by the government or by ignorance in forgotten warehouses and attics. Because of these gaps, Alfrey started to make inquiries over the Internet hoping that others may have additional information concerning the missing sections. These inquiries obviously attracted the attention of those who were also interested in the lost journals. Someone who wanted the journals to remain lost forever.

In September 1997, Alfrey was home continuing his research while his wife and children were gone for the day to Manhattan. As Alfrey now recalls, the phone rang and the caller identified himself as Jay Kowski who was interested in Tesla and the papers that Alfrey had discovered. Alfrey had spoken to the caller for only a few minutes when suddenly the line went dead. Almost immediately the front door bell rang, Alfrey recalled. “When I went to answer the front door, I found it already open with three men standing in the foyer.”

Before Alfrey could speak, the man closest addressed him by his first name. The three men were all dressed in identical black business suits with white shirts and black ties. Alfrey says he could tell that these men in black were not undertakers or simply there for a friendly chat. “There was a palatable air of menace around these three that I had never experienced before or after.”

The other two men remained close to the door and never spoke. Their eyes remained fixed on Alfrey throughout the entire experience.

“We understand that you have in your possession some old boxes and papers,” the first man said. “We would be very interested in buying these from you.”

“Well, they’re not really for sale,” Alfrey answered. “Anyway, how do you know about them?”

The first man chuckled. “We know a lot about you and your papers. They don’t belong to you, but we would be willing to pay you for your troubles. They’re of no use to you, in fact, you could be in a lot of trouble for having them in the first place.”

By now, Alfrey realized that the men were not asking to buy his boxes, they were demanding them. He could tell that they meant business and this frightened him.

The first man now slowly moved closer to Alfrey, speaking in a slow deliberate way. He carefully enunciated each word so that Alfrey understood perfectly where he stood. “It’s no use, you know,” the man said. “We’re going to get these boxes no matter what you do. You can’t stop us. It would be much easier for you and your family if you just gave us what we want. People have disappeared forever over much less than this. I would so hate to see this happen to you, or your wife and kids.”

The man now stood directly in front of Alfrey, his dark eyes fixed and cold. It almost seemed that they had some kind of hypnotic power over Alfrey as he stood there unable to speak. Suddenly, all three of the strange men turned in unison and walked out the front door. Nothing further was said; it wasn’t necessary; Alfrey understood their message clearly. He was to give up the boxes, his research, even his interest in Tesla if he wanted to remain out of harm’s way.

It was as if Alfrey was coming out of a trance, he realized what had happened and he rushed out the door to confront the men. But they were nowhere to be seen. There was no car in the driveway and the street was completely empty. In fact, the entire neighborhood was eerily quiet. Even the birds had fallen silent. It was as if the world had paused for a moment, then continued on as if nothing had happened.

Alfrey rushed back into his house and locked the doors. He then went into his study where he kept the boxes and computer. The room was located at the back of the house and had no separate entrance to the outside. It obviously wasn’t needed, because all four boxes, the papers contained within and the computer disks were now all gone. Worse yet, not only were his papers missing, but his computer hard drive had been completely erased. Everything that he had on it, including items not related to Tesla, were destroyed.

This is where Dale Alfrey’s strange story comes to an end. Everything that he had done connected to Nikola Tesla has been taken away from him. Fortunately, due to his spending hours reading the Tesla papers, he has retained a good memory of their contents.

The papers that Dale Alfrey found revealed a side of Tesla not known to the public. Tesla apparently had spent a number of years trying to translate the mysterious signals he first heard in 1899. His basic interpretation of these signals was that creatures from another planet, were secretly here on Earth—they had infiltrated humankind for centuries—they had controlled events and people in order to lead mankind on a path of evolutionary development and essentially were responsible for human’s being on the planet in the first place.

Alfrey wonders if his boxes were the last of the missing belongings of Tesla. Or could others still remain forgotten somewhere, waiting to be rediscovered. It can only be speculated on what would be found inside other forgotten boxes of notes and personal belongings, possibly the missing information concerning Tesla’s secret battle with the government and his knowledge of alien life forms. Newspaper articles from the time of Tesla’s death relate that possibly over a dozen large boxes of Tesla’s notes were never found by the government. These could still be out there somewhere, waiting for some lucky individual to rediscover Tesla’s lost secrets.

Sources :
Atlantis Rising Magazine vol. 27 : “The Search for Tesla’s Lost Papers” by Tim Swartz;

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