Whatever became of the Cleveland death ray that Modern Mechanix reported on in the September, 1934? Suppressed by the gubmint!
REPORTED to have tremendous military possibilities, a successful death ray machine is said to have been invented, after lengthy experiments, by a Cleveland scientist.
A partial description of the machine's construction and operating principles was recently offered at a session of the National Inventors' Congress at Omaha, Nebraska.
Privileged witnesses to demonstrations of the machine declared that experiments were successful to a startling degree. Dogs, cats and rabbits were killed instantly, their blood turning to water as the ray was turned upon them. It is reported that the machine has been suppressed by the government until such time as it may be needed as a defensive weapon.