Troy Hurtubise has done the seemingly impossible with his
newest invention and defied all known rules of physics, he says.
Hurtubise claims the concept came to him in a recurring dream. The
Angel Light can reportedly see through walls, as if there was no
barrier at all.
That's not all, though. Hurtubise, 41, said the device detects
stealth technology. And he's done the tests to prove it, with
the covert help of scientists at the famed Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, Hurtubise said. If that's not enough,
Hurtubise also said the French government sent representatives
to North Bay to witness a demonstration of the Angel Light.
Hurtubise said the reps were so impressed with the eight-foot
long device they paid him $40,000 in cash to put the finishing
touches on it.
The French, Hurtubise adds, have also agreed to pay him a
substantial amount of money for the technology if it passes
rigorous tests in France.
They couldn't believe what they saw", Hurtubise told
BayToday.ca. "One of them told me it was as if I'd discovered a
Gary Dryfoos, a consultant and former long-time instructor at
MIT, said "there's a Nobel Prize" for Hurtubise if the Angel
Light really performs as described.
"There are laws of physics waiting to be written for what he's
talking about," Dryfoos said.
The French aren't the only ones interested in Hurtubise's
BayToday.ca has obtained documentation confirming that the
former head of Saudi counter-intelligence, who asked that his
name not be used, has been in regular contact with Hurtubise
regarding the Angel Light, fire paste, and the Light Infantry
Military Blast Cushions (LIMBC).
While Hurtubise's claims appear, on the surface, to strain
credulity, he has now placed himself miles ahead in the quest by
high-tech companies to invent something that will do the same
Motorola Inc. for example, has set its sights on emerging
technology that could allow first responders and Special Forces
to see through building walls, the Washington Technology Web
Camero Inc., an Israeli firm founded by technology and
intelligence veterans, received $5 million from Motorola and
other investors to develop portable imaging radar that uses
ultra-wideband technology to create a 3-D picture of objects
that are concealed by walls or other barriers.
Three units make up the Angel Light. The main unit, which
Hurtubise calls the centrifuge, contains the Angel Light's
brains and includes black, white, red and fluorescent light
sources, as well as seven industrial lasers. The second unit, or
the deflector grid, contains a large circle of optical glass, a
microwave unit and plasma intermixed with carbon dioxide. The
third unit contains eight plasma light rods, CO2 charges,
industrial magnets, 108 mirrors, eight ionization cells,
industrial lights, and other components Hurtubise chooses to
remain tight-lipped about.
Just A Dream
Hurtubise said the Angel Light has cost $30,000 to build he
sold percentages of his other innovations to finance it as well
as 800 to 900 hours of his time.
He credits his subconscious with the idea.
"I had a dream about a year and a half ago as I do for most of
my innovations, just a dream, and I saw it, saw the whole casing
and everything, and I saw what it could do", Hurtubise said. "I
had the same dream about that three times and by the third time
I had it in my head and I started to build it".
Through The Wall
Troy dreamed the Angel Light would be able to see through walls
with window-like efficiency, and then built it with no
blueprints, drawings or schematics.
"I turned it on --- that was well over a year --- and it worked
and it was really awesome".
Hurtubise said he could see into the garage behind his lab
wall, and read the licence plate on his wife's car and even see
the salt on it.
"I almost broke my knuckles three or four times, because it was
almost like you could step through the wall," Hurtubise said.
"You could be fooled into believing that you could actually walk
through the wall and go touch the car."
Across The Border
Hurtubise called his MIT contacts with news of what he'd done.
"They told me that I was playing with electromagnetism",
The conversation ultimately led to the discovery of the Angel
Light's other startling properties.
Hurtubise said "somebody from MIT" shipped him an eight-inch by
eight-inch piece of panelling from the latest Comanche
helicopter, which was built using radar-resistant stealth
"It's amazing what you can get across the border on a Greyhound
bus", Hurtubise said.
Pick it up
Hurtubise was instructed to set up an outdoor track, which he
did on First Nations land. He attached the panel piece to a
remote control car that went down the track. Hurtubise then
aimed the Angel Light at the panel and turned on a radar gun.
"I was able to pick it up the panel on the radar gun", he said.
But a strange thing happened to the car, once it was hit by the
Angel Light beam: it stopped working.
Hurtubise returned to his lab and began testing the Angel Light
on other electronic items including portable radios, TVs and a
"They all stopped working", Hurtubise said.
He duly reported this to his MIT contacts.
"They said 'Troy, this is unbelievable.'"
To the Ground
Hurtubise purchase a remote-control plane for $1,800 and took
it and the Angel Light to a flying field on the way to Powassan.
He directed the Angel Light beam toward the sky and started the
"On the first loop it came around, passed through the beam of
light and fell right to the ground", Hurtubise said.
Peeled It Back
Hurtubise continued testing the light on other materials and
discovered it could also see through other metals including
steel, tin, titanium and, unlike Superman, lead. As well the
beam also penetrated ceramic and wood. Then Hurtubise put his
hand in the light beam.
"I could see my blood vessels, muscles, everything, like I'd
taken an Exacto knife, cut into my skin and peeled it
Soon after, Hurtubise discovered the Angel Light had devilish
side-effects. He lost feeling in the finger of the exposed hand
and began suffering an overall malaise.
"MIT told me every time I turned it on there must have
splash-back hitting me", Hurtubise said.
A test on a tank of goldfish was even more disturbing.
"I turned the beam on it and within minutes all the goldfish
died", Hurtubise said. "That's when I realized there was a Hyde
effect, as in Jekyll and Hyde, and I dismantled the whole thing.
Walked On Water
He didn't reassemble it until the French called him after
seeing a Discovery Channel program about the LIMBC. Hurtubise
believes the Hyde effect can be taken out, but by others who
have far more expertise than him. In the meantime Hurtubise
believes that after 17 years inventing, his ship may finally
have come in with France.
"My brother told me the only way I'd be able to sell any of my
innovations is by walking on water," Hurtubise said. "Well, I
think I've just walked on water."