TESLA'S "DEATH RAY" REALLY EXISTS: FBI released secret documents about the Serbian scientist that will CHANGE THE WORLD! (PHOTO) (VIDEO)
Tesla's protege Boyce Fitzgerald, told in the conversation with one of the US government officials that the inventor told him he perfected the experiments a month before his death
Confidential documents (you can view them here) are published on the basis of the Freedom of Information Act and also reveal that the US government was really interested in his "death ray" - a weapon that Tesla allegedly invented.
Documents that are long overdue, and confirm that the FBI planned to arrest the Tesla family member for whom they believed would like to reach the invaluable worth of notes of the famous inventor.
All these years it was believed that the Nikola Tesla died at the age of 85 in his suite at the New Yorker on January 7, 1943, but the newly released documents state that he died on January 8, actually.
Also, these are the details of how the government has picked up all of Tesla's property, seal all paper and brought it to a warehouse in Manhattan.
At that time, the report is a concern that, since Tesla is a naturalized US citizen, they may not have the right to his property, but they considered to be able to keep materials from any other intelligence agency at least two days.
Also among the documents published there was a letter sent to Dz. Edgar Hoover, the first director of the FBI, in which the significance of the article is emphasized where Tesla talks about the "death ray" and its potential "crucial importance" for the future of warfare.
It is recommended that Tesla "is constantly under surveillance," in order to protect him from "foreign enemies" who might be interested in the "secret of such a priceless instrument."
Other documents show that the nephew, whom Tesla "did not like" tried to reach these important documents and blueprints. Biro has feared that he would forward the "information to the enemy."
FBI Memorandum in documents is dated to the 9th January 1943, and it says that Tesla performed many experiments with wireless transmission of power, "known as a death ray."
Tesla's protege Boyce Fitzgerald, told in the conversation with one of the US government officials that the inventor told him he perfected the experiments a month before his death. Fitzgerald also said that he spoke about some revolutionary design of torpedo.
Previously it was thought that the "death ray" does not exist, and FBI claimed that none of their agents had investigated Tesla's papers, nor was in possession of any of them.
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