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Russian Spies and UVB-76—a Link?

June 29, 2010

A few weeks ago we posted on the mysterious Russian shortwave radio signal known as UVB-76:

Long story short: It’s a shortwave radio station broadcasting from near Moscow, Russia, that has emitted a pulsed buzzing sound every day, all day, for the past 28 years. Nobody knows why. Sometimes very faint voices can be heard behind the buzz, and twice in all those years it stopped for a few seconds…and a man could be heard saying something Russian.

And now…it has stopped.

And now we have yesterday’s news that eleven Russians have been arrested in the U.S. for spying:

The FBI has exposed a Russian spy ring, an 11-strong team of “deep cover” agents who are said to have spent almost 20 years integrating themsleves into American society.

A coincidence? We don’t think so. (We’ll keep you posted…)

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June 29, 2010 1:55 pm

UVB-76 is still going. Was only down for a very brief period. Was prolly to change out equipment or change to a different transmission protocol since there have been polytones and morse transmissions since then. I highly doubt its down time was in any way related to this Russian spy ring. It might not even be used for their intelligence services.

June 29, 2010 2:24 pm

It’s back up? Well – that only adds more weight to my theory!

June 30, 2010 3:54 am

“They now controlling the transmission. They control the horizontal and the vertical. They can deluge you with a thousand channels or expand one single image to crystal clarity and beyond. they can shape your vision to anything our imagination can conceive.”

Ill stik by uncle John for this one.

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