A short time after the reunification of Germany in 1990, rumors about the discovery of a stash of documents pertaining to a secret Nazi program, which were allegedly found in the annals of some government building, began circulating all over Europe. The program, code name "Die Glocke" (German for "The Bell"), was supposedly a Nazi Germany project to create a super weapon that would afford the crumbling Third Reich a final victory in the last days of World War Two.
Igor Witkowski, a Polish journalist historically credited as the first person to write about the Nazi Bell in his book, The Truth About The Wonder Weapon, dissected in detail the concerted effort by a German team of scientists and engineers to develop a bell-shaped contraction capable of motion through space and even time. The experimental group, under the leadership of SS General Hans Kammler (see photo above), was said to be under orders from the Führer himself to develop the wonder weapon as soon as possible in order to set it loose on the Allies, who at the time were encroaching on Nazi-occupied territories.
Kammler, who also ran the secretive V-2 rocket program, and the man responsible for raining down terror on London using the V-2s as the first ballistic missiles in the history of warfare, was now tasked with producing the ultimate weapon of war. The Bell, built out of a unknown light metal alloy allegedly harvested from a UFO crash retrieval, was said to be around ten feet tall by nine feet in diameter with a copper sheen to it. The power plant, consisting of a rotating mercury plasma, gave the craft the ability to levitate but made it difficult to control, which is why - according to the records found - it had to be tethered whenever it was tested.
Although the Bell never saw action in the war theater, it is conceivable that it could have caused tremendous damage to the advancing armies due to its ability to fly at tremendous speed and other purported advanced capabilities such as invisibility. Shortly before Germany's defeat, the 'Glocke' program was dismantled and the Bell disappeared along with General Kammler, who some say loaded the Bell into a Junkers 390 cargo airplane and escaped with it either to Argentina or the United States.