Was an Anti-Gravity Vehicle Invented in the 1950s?

Anti-gravity technology has been around for a long time. One of the pioneers was Otis T. Carr, who was a protege of Nikola Tesla according to an independent researcher. Carr and his team constructed a number of fully functional flying saucers in the late 1950s. His company, OTC Enterprises Inc. of Baltimore, Maryland, was ready to manufacture a flying saucer that was capable of traveling out into space. Before that could be accomplished, however, their laboratory was raided and forcibly shut down.

The Story of Otis T. Carr – The Man Who Supposedly Invented An ‘Anti-Gravity’ Vehicle In The 1950s

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1 Response to Was an Anti-Gravity Vehicle Invented in the 1950s?

  1. Kenneth T. says:

    Many think so
    I know “they” were working on it.

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