Winona Ryder signed on as star of a forthcoming Netflix drama about the high weirdness, conspiracy theories, and paranormal reports around the Montauk Project, alleged US government experiments on Long Island involving time travel, psi-ops, and teleportation.
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"Live people ignore the strange and unusual. I, myself, am strange and unusual". This quote, coming out of the lips of teenage Goth queen Winona Ryder, is probably one of the reasons why I developed a huge crush for her in the 1980's, which only got worse with Edward Scissorhands.
Which is why I'm tentatively psyched by the fact that Netflix is preparing to release a new series starring her in 2016. The reason for my trepidation, you may be wondering, is the fact that this series will (allegedly) be based on the infamous Montauk project mythos...
The Montauk project is without a doubt one of the most head-scratching stories in the Fortean underworld. It involves everything from the Philadelphia experiment, Tesla technology, time travel, aliens, soul migration, a chair which can literally manifest anything you can think of, and digital sexual stimulation as a deprogramming tool --and that's just the beginning!
"Netflix Greenlights Paranormal Show Based on Montauk Project and Starring Winona Ryder"
For more on the deeply weird characters surrounding the Montauk Project lore, don't miss this classic segment from our pal Richard Metzger's Disinformation TV series:
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