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Nikola Tesla - Mad Scientist on Long Island

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Well, last night was the first episode of Tesla’s Death Ray. I hope you were able to tune in, and I hope you loved it as much as I did. For years, I’ve wanted to visit Wardenclyffe. In 2011, (the property was pretty much abandoned at that time) while in Long Island for a Tesla Conference, a buddy and I jumped the fence and let ourselves in, but that’s a different stry for a different day…

So, a little background of Wardenclyffe - Many people, including myself, have had theories about the possibility of tunnels under the Wardenclyffe property. We’ve all seen pictures of the tower, but the tunnels were just speculation for the most part. When I think about Tesla and Wardenclyffe, I always have to wonder how it felt for him. I mean, this tower, this massive structure…constructed on an “island” in 1901. What was he thinking? What were the people who lived near the site thinking? I could write about this for hours, but for now, back to the show…

Our time on Long Island was awesome. We were able to get some good intel on the tunnels, I got to see my Tesla Universe brick, and I even got to see the beach house that Tesla rented while he was working there.

I hope you enjoyed the show. Stay tuned because there’s lot more good stuff to come. Next stop Colorado Springs!

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