Even with WWII raging, and the obvious need for security, one of the most bizarre government experiments of all time took place right here at the Philadelphia Naval Station. And the results will shock and demystify those who were part of it. The story begins in January of 1956. A man by the name of Moris K. Jessep, a former university, mathematics, and astronomy instructor with a keen interest in Einstein’s unified field theory, received the first of two letters from a man who signed himself Carlos Miguel Allende or Carl Allen. In these rambling, sometimes incoherent letters Allen warned Jessep to forget his interest in the unified field theory, stating that the U.S. Navy had already tried it on a destroyer type ship in 1943. The result was and stands today as proof that the unified field theory to a certain extent is correct. The result was complete invisibility of a ship and all of its crew.