At age 14, he was not only working at the University of Michigan on nuclear energy projects, but was also inducted into the US government's classified project MK Ultra - that's right, age 14!
At 16 years of age Dr. Fred Bell was interned at the US Army Biological Weapons Division in Little Rock, Arkansas.
On his 17th birthday, he was transferred into the US Airforce. There he began working on highly classified projects, several involving early warning radar defense systems and the detection and tracking of extraterrestrial craft.
His early Government funded mind control research covered such topics as past life regression, and the popular remote viewing used today by the CIA and other intelligence agencies worldwide.
Dr. Fred Bell also worked at the Randolph Laboratory where he worked on:
A magnetic disintegration project later known as the Philadelphia Experiment
A high temperature fusion experiment
A bubble project later known as Cold Fusion
Shockwave experimentation that led to the classification of high altitude, ground level and underground nuclear blasts, as well as nuclear explosions over water