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Admiral Byrd’s Mysterious Operation High-jump to Antartica with Tim Swartz


Author & researcher, Tim Swartz talks about Admiral Byrd’s strange Operation High-jump in Antarctica, on Far Out Radio.

Topic: Admiral Byrd's Infamous "Operation Highjump" Was he really routed out by German flying discs?

Admiral Byrd’s credentials were impeccable. He was a career Navy man, highly decorated (and we’ll get into that later because it and this was his 4th expedition Antarctica.

He was in charge of an all-out armada of Navy ships – “Task Force 68 – Included Byrd’s command ship, the icebreaker Northwind, the USS Mount Olympus, aircraft carrier USS Philippine Sea, 13 support ships, 6 helicopters, 6 flying boats, 2 seaplane tenders, and 15 other craft. PLUS 4,000 men.

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2.6.13 Admiral Byrd’s Amazing Discovery in Antarctica from Historian Tim Swartz


The Strange Story of Admiral Byrd’s 1946 Secret Expedition To Antarctica

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Swartz-Byrd-FB-72Tim R. Swartz is an Indiana native and Emmy-Award winning television producer/videographer, and is the author of a number of popular books including The Lost Journals of Nikola Tesla, Secret Black Projects, Evil Agenda of the Secret Government, Time Travel: A How-To-Guide, Richard Shaver-Reality of the Inner Earth, Admiral Byrd's Secret Journey Beyond the Poles.

He is a contributing writer for the books, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: The First Ghostbuster, and Brad Steiger's Real Monsters, Gruesome Critters, and Beasts from the Darkside.

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As a photojournalist, Tim Swartz has traveled extensively and investigated paranormal phenomena and other unusual mysteries from such diverse locations as the Great Pyramid in Egypt to the Great Wall in China. He has worked with television networks such as PBS, ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, ESPN, Thames-TV and the BBC.

This is one of the strangest, almost forgotten stories of the 20th century. Admiral Richard Byrd was one of the great explorers of the last century, and like his Arctic Expedition, he too is largely forgotten. Byrd came of age in the era of the aeroplane when flight was one of the most amazing things of the times. It was a time when the trans-Atlantic flight of Charles Lindbergh was as exciting as going to the Moon was in the ‘60s.

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