●It turns out that Netflix’s sci-fi hit “Stranger Things” resembles very closely an alleged real-life government experiment known as “The Montauk Project.”
●As Thrillist reports, The Montauk Project is claimed to have been a series of government experiments that were done at Camp Hero or Montauk Air Force Station in Montauk, Long Island.
●Stories of the experiments have circulated since the 1980s, saying they focused on psychological-warfare techniques and things like time travel, teleportation, and mind control.關於這項實驗計畫的故事可追溯至1980年，據稱實驗的目的是聚焦在戰爭時期心理戰術的應用，以及如時空旅行、瞬間移動和思想控制等。
●(Though the stories, many of which come from supposed repressed memories, are not at all confirmed and should be taken with a grain of salt.)雖然實驗中，許多關於假設性壓迫記憶的說法並未經過證實，被認為存有些許疑慮。
●As for “Stranger Things”? Well, the show was originally titled “Montauk” when it was picked up by Netflix, and the synopsis makes it pretty那麼「怪奇物語」呢？這麼說吧，當這部電視劇被Netflix選中時，原本的劇名正是「蒙托克」，而且劇情的概要也很明顯地指出，編劇是受到那些「壓迫記憶」的想法而啟發。
●The first experiment of The Montauk Project was called ‘The Seeing Eye.’蒙托克計畫的第一個實驗被稱為「瞭望之眼」。
●With a lock of person’s hair or other appropriate object in his hand, Duncan could concentrate on the person and be able to see as if he was seeing through their eyes, hearing through their ears, and feeling through their body.
●He could actually see through other people anywhere on the planet.當肯可以實際地在這個星球上的任何地方，看穿其他人。
●Kind of sounds like the experiment being done on Eleven before she opens the Upside Down portal on “Stranger Things.”聽起來和怪奇物語中，小女孩「十一」(Eleven)在開啟通往「顛倒世界」(Upside Down)的通道之前被施以的實驗，有著異曲同工之妙。