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Ghost Radio Station Running For Decades And No One Knows Who Is Running It


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#1 LouczarGStudy

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Posted 24 September 2022 - 06:01 AM

https://www.bbc.com/...e-claims-to-run
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Posted 24 September 2022 - 05:15 PM

After reading the article, I hope the buzzing continues. :fright:

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Posted 24 September 2022 - 06:27 PM

I've done some digging into this location on the internet and found some rather conflicting news opposing the story posted here. Nothing is absolutely confirmed but I found snippets of information interesting. I'll do one better than the release above. I'll include source links. Source links are a fundamental way of offering some validation to a statement. In reality, any article that posts something without source links might as well be fictitious.

Just remember my source links aren't claims of absolute truth and may contain disingenuous statements. Nonetheless it's worth reading.

The purpose of the station has not been confirmed by government or broadcast officials. However, Rimantas Pleikys, a former Minister of Communications and Informatics of the Republic of Lithuania, has written that the purpose of the voice messages is to confirm that operators at receiving stations are alert.[11][33][34] Other explanations are that the broadcast is constantly being listened to by military commissariats.[35]

There is speculation published in the Russian Journal of Earth Sciences which describes an observatory measuring changes in the ionosphere by broadcasting a signal at 4625 kHz, the same as the Buzzer.[36]

The most likely purpose is that the voice messages are some sort of Russian/Soviet military communications. The station being a numbers station for intelligence agencies such as the FSB or the former KGB of the Soviet Union is extremely unlikely as messages occur at seemingly random, unpredictable times, while numbers stations use a fixed schedule which changes rarely. In addition to that, the non-changing frequency of 4625 kHz and the low transmitter power are unsuitable for reliable communication from Russia to Europe, where spies would be stationed.

Source Link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UVB-76

The Buzzer is controlled from the Sudak communication hub ("Agalatovo"). It has a number of transmitter sites, which are switched between often; some of the identified ones include the 69th Communication Hub ("Iskra") and the 60th Communication Hub ("Irtysh"). The structure is built using old equipment that is prone to failure, and suffers from channel separation issues.

Source Link https://priyom.org/m...ssia/the-buzzer

There's a thread posted on radioscanner.ru that has a message board containing a thread with at least 182 pages from russian users. You could run this through Google translate if you have the patience

https://translate.go...=en&op=websites

Here's the link you need to submit:

http://www.radioscan...topic12415.html

Choose Websites and below choose Russian --> English

If you want to listen to the transmission from "BUZZER" Here's the link below: (Enable audio start to listen)

http://websdr.ru

My assessment: In short this was/is a military communication center built during the cold war and is functional still to broadcast in case of a nuclear or simply military use. Occasionally they have a male or female with voice but only occasionally.

The original article in this thread was posted for clickbait without any substantial evidence of it being paranormal in nature. The only connection *real stretch* is the white noise generated from the transmission being a conduit to the other side.

I love investigating and this one took some time to gain an opinion. Thanks Lou. Knowledge is power :)

Edited by EVP, 24 September 2022 - 06:43 PM.

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Posted 26 September 2022 - 02:02 AM

I have done a very small amount of informal research on this before.  In my completely unprofessional opinion, the Russian government maintains this radio signal to broadcast in case of a national emergency - including the internet not being available.  If this were to happen, the radio may be the only way for them to transmit any sort of message to the front line.
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Posted 29 September 2022 - 06:33 PM

I revisited UVB-076 today and caught a Russian speaking for a good amount of time. Don't have a clue what was said but a small portioned I recorded. Great white noise if you are into that :)

http://websdr.ru

Click on the buzzer in one of the fields and you can tune in.
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