Stranger Things Is Based On A Conspiracy Theory, The Real Story Of The Montauk Project
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It turns out that the Netflix hit series, Stranger Things is based on a real life secret US government project, codenamed "Montauk". Conspiracy theorists believe scientists working on the project conducted mind control experiments.
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The Montauk legends were told around crackling camp fires and secret gatherings, for years, before they became popular around the world. 'Montauk Chronicles' is the first motion picture to examine the Camp Hero legends and the phenomena that surrounds them.
Some say, that between 1971 and 1983, deep beneath the Camp Hero air force base, there were bizarre and brutal experiments conducted by a clandestine organisation, from another world. Now, hear the story from the very men who claim to have been there.
Movie maker Christopher P. Garetano examines the paranormal legends, illustrates them as cinema as the alleged survivors tell their harrowing tales.
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