CIA Declassified – MkUltras Remote Controlled Dogs in the 1960’s
What you may not know and what declassified documents now show actually happened, is MkUltra was working on and achieved the ability to control the minds of animals as well. Which included the creation of remote controlled dogs
Using psychotropic drugs, electrical shocks and radio waves—they created field operational, remote-controlled dogs.
They were able to achieve this crime against humanity by implanting an electrical device into the brain of a dog through a series of surgeries.
Delivering electrical stimulation to a dog’s brain involved some gruesome side effects, including “infection at the electrode site due to a failure of the surgical wound to heal.”
After trying out a plastic helmet, they instead settled on a new surgical technique that involved,
After implanting electrodes deep in the subject dog’s brain, a battery pack and stimulator was added to the harness, through which signals could be sent to the electrodes.
The dogs could be made to run, sit, turn, lift and lower their heads all at a considerable distance away.
The papers state as many as six remote controlled dogs of various breeds were successfully created by the CIA. However, it fails to state the purpose of creating such animals.
Apparently, they had no plans of stopping with remote controlled dogs. One file (which has been previously declassified) details, with heavy redactions, the practical possibilities of training and equipping cats for “foreign situation” field work
The next time you see a dog running around acting crazy, be on the look out for a CIA officer holding a remote control. You never know, crazier things have happened.
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