Stanley Allen Meyer was born on August 24, 1940.
Stanley was a religious Man and was fond of creating something new.
Stanley Meyer owned many patents which included in the field of banking, oceanography and cardiac monitoring.
In 1975, The US Government was under a lot of pressure as Saudi Arabia had cut its oil supply to the United States.
The prices were so high that car sales literally dropped to zero.
During this time, Stanley Meyer thought of doing something new.
This is when he designed a device that could power cars with water.
Stanley’s mechanism was revolutionary.
The mechanism could end the United States’s oil dependency by just using water and saving trillions of dollars.
It would also reduce the threat of global warming by emitting oxygen.
Meyer built a hydrogen-powered car which was demonstrated across the USA.
Meyer’s Hydrogen car was also featured on a TV News report.
Meyer sold dealerships to investors who could use his technology.
His work was questioned by experts.
This led to a court case in 1966 when investors sued Stanley Meyer.
The court declared that Meyer had committed “gross and egregious fraud”. He was ordered to repay $25000 to the investors.
On 20th March 1998, Meyer had a meeting with two Belgian investors.
At the dinner table, they all had a toast after which Stanley ran outside holding his throat.
Stanley’s brother who was present at the meeting claimed that his brother was poisoned.
Stanley took a sip of cranberry juice.
Then he grabbed his neck, bolted out the door, dropped to his knees and vomited violently.
I ran outside and asked him, ‘What’s wrong?’
He said, ‘They poisoned me.’ That was his dying declaration.
The investigation lasted for 3 months.
It was later declared that Meyer died of a cerebral aneurysm.
Many people still believe that Stanley was murdered. This was mainly done to suppress his inventions.
Meyer’s brother said that the Belgian investors knew about Stanley’s murder.
I told them that Stan had died and they never said a word.
Absolutely nothing, no condolences, no questions.
Was Stanley Meyer Really Murdered?