The Nazi Bell (Part 2)
Published February 25, 2017
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    Background The mystery of “The Nazi Bell” or “Die Glocke” is only surpassed by its reported potential. The Germans had the knowledge to build an atomic weapon in Otto Hahn, the chemist who first split the uranium nucleus in 1938. The next year the Nazis had control of Europe’s only source of uranium ore when they acquired the mine at Joachimsthal while invading the rest of Czechoslovakia. But was The Bell a device to aid them in enriching uranium-238? Many researchers of The Bell believe it was it’s own research project and given an even higher Top Secret classification than their atomic weapons program. When Germany surrendered in 1945, it was evident they were not able to bring their atomic weapon development to a successful conclusion, but was this because they were much more focused on creating a machine that would be a far greater solution to their goal of world domination, and did they fully know what they were dealing with? The glimpse inside Pandora’s Box is always both wondrous and deadly. Of the many questions surrounding The Bell, the two most important remain: If it exists today, where is it? And if it’s still being researched, could it, like uranium, change the world as we know it? NOTE: Due to inconsistent character length restrictions across multiple podcast aggregator platforms, we are no longer publishing show note links with our actual audio files. However you will still be able to find all of them as well as pictures at our website as we move forward. Future postings will contain 1 direct link to the show page. For the reason there's not one with this posting, see the next paragraph. Our new website should roll out some time this weekend! So if you go to our website and don't see the posting for this episode, give us a day or two as we transition to our brand new Squarespace website! Special Offers from our Special Sponsors: 1) Try a Harry's shaving trial set for FREE! Just cover the shipping. Go to, enter code LEGENDS at checkout. 2) The Great Courses Plus — Go to and get one month of FREE, UNLIMITED ACCESS to over 500 courses and 8000+ lectures on a wide range of subjects. 3) Make Your Next Move in simple yet elegant website design with Squarespace. Go to and use PROMO CODE - "LEGENDS" for 10% off any website subscription or domain purchase The Dark Myths Collective Credits: Episode 63 - "The Count of Saint Germain, Part 3" Produced by Scott Philbrook & Forrest Burgess; Edited by Sarah Vorhees, Ryan McCullough Sound Design; Research Assistance by Tess Pfeifle and the astonishing League of Astonishing Researchers, a,k.a. The Astonishing Research Corps, or "A.R.C." for short. Copyright 2017 Scott Philbrook & Forrest Burgess. All Rights Reserved.
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