Duncan Cameron is one of the central figure in the
Philadelphia Experiment and Montauk Project saga.
According to Al Bielek, Duncan was his brother
(when Al was Ed Cameron) who jumped off the USS
Eldridge in 1943 and landed into the future. When
they wound up in 1983 at Montauk, both were sent
back to the USS Eldridge to destroy the equipment
that was keeping the ship in hyperspace.
Al Bielek says that before the USS
Eldridge rematerialized, Duncan jumped back
off the ship and returned back to 1983.
He was used extensively as a psychic in the
Montauk project. During one of the experiments,
Duncan Cameron lost his "time lock" and began to
age one year for every hour that passed.
The time engineers at Montauk went back in time
(to 1950) and convinced Duncan's original father,
Alexander Cameron to sire another son. When done,
they removed Duncan's soul and put it into the new
child. This person is who we know today as Duncan
The new Duncan picked up where the old Duncan
left off. He became one of the principal psychics
who manned the Montauk Chair. The chain was used
to create and hold the frequency required to
perform the time travel and mind control
activities. (Listen to Larry James interviews)
Duncan, as well as Stewart Swerdlow, allegedly
were both Montauk Boys programmers. This part of
the program still deeply troubles both of them.
Montauk program was brought to an abrupt halt when
"Jr.", the Bigfoot monster was brought into form
(via Duncan) and proceed to wreck the base.
All of the people we interviewed that
participated in the Montauk were subject to many
sessions of mind control. Essentially, they had
their memories wiped by Montauk technology. In
many cases, false memories were implanted to cover
up their real activities. But as we learn from
Al, their technologies were not perfect. Over
time, the memories slowly returned.
Duncan is in the process of slowly recovering
his memories. He recalls being on the USS
Eldridge and now accepts that Al was his brother.
He remembers going to Mars and many of the things
that happened at Montauk. The process of
remembering has been difficult for him, because it
goes against his true nature. Hopefully, in time,
we will all get the true story of what really
happened at Montauk.