The 5 Creepiest Unexplained Broadcasts
Do not like! At all! Nr 5 och nr 3 och nr 2 = :(((((((((( WTF SLUTA!?
Try this. Open up the article twice and play the Backwards Music Video with sound, then at the same time watch the Max Headroom Video without sound. It helps you relax, honest.
UVB-76 is the callsign of a shortwave radio station that usually broadcasts on the frequency 4625 kHz . It’s known among radio listeners by the nickname The Buzzer. It features a short, monotonous buzz tone, repeating at a rate of approximately 25 tones per minute, for 24 hours per day. The station has been observed since around 1982. In rare occasions, the buzzer signal is interrupted and a voice transmission in Russian takes place. Only three such events have been noted.
”The case gets curiouser when you realize that the noise is apparently something held up to a live microphone rather than a recording or just some random feedback (distant conversations can be sometimes heard behind the sound, though they’re difficult to decipher).”
I think that Russian broadcast takes the prize for me. The idea of somebody maintaining a live broadcast of the same constant noise for years at a time, stopping only to read a list of names and numbers, then back to the sound for another few years…
Numbers stations (or number stations) are shortwave radio stations of uncertain origin. They generally broadcast artificially generated voices reading streams of numbers, words, letters (sometimes using a spelling alphabet), tunes or Morse code. They are in a wide variety of languages and the voices are usually female, though sometimes male or children’s voices are used.
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After going to the youtube links and its similar postings, I am never going near a f**king shortwave radio in my entire life. I swear some of them are picking up demon signals from the Earth’s core.
http://listverse.com/2009/10/09/top-10-eerie-recordings/ (HALP HALP HALP HALP MEDIC MEDIC MEDIC)
4 06 13 02 LMP That music even sounds outer-spaeey, doesn't it?
You hear that? That whistling sound?
04 06 13 06 CDR Yes.
04 06 13 07 _4P Who0ooooo. Say your - -
04 06 13 12 CMP Did you hear that whistling sound, too?
04 06 13 14 _P Yes. Sounds like - you know, outer-space-type
04 06 13 18 _4P I wonder what it is
04 06 17 58 LMP Boy, that sure is weird music.
04 06 18 01 CMP We're going to have to find out about that.
Nobody will believe us.
04 06 ].8 07 LMP Yes. It's a whistling, you know, like an outerspace-type thing.
04 06 18 10 CMP Yes .... VHF-A ...
04 07 39 33 CMP Roger.
04 07 39 47 CDR Those numbers again, Gene-o, are what?
04 07 39 57 IMP I'll put mine on, Tom.
04 07 40 51 LMP I tell you, John, that music is really weird.
04 07 40 55 CMP ... Think we're going to get it on the front side?
04 07 40 58 _ I know it. You composed something, huh?
04 07 41 03 _P I don't know, man.
04 07 41 05 LMP No one will believe us. Okay, Tom, we're set until 35 minutes - 35 seconds. And we're at 4 minutes ·
and 35 from the burn.