The Tesla Files 

Metaphysical leanings, scientific breakthroughs and conspiracy theories surround the life of Nikola Tesla, who did some of his most important and astonishing work in Colorado Springs.

Somewhere on North Foote Avenue, just up the hill from its intersection with Pikes Peak Avenue, a small house stands on ground where 101 years ago, Serbian-American inventor Nikola Tesla built his famed, and now long-gone, Colorado Springs laboratory. It was a…

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