Famed Russian Mystery Transmission UVB-76 Has Gone Offline

If you haven’t heard of this mystery, start here. The creepiest thing about this — is not the normal transitions — but the three interruptions in the course of twenty years (described here by Wikipedia). The first one occurred on Christmas Eve, 1997:

Ya — UVB-76. 18008. BROMAL: Boris, Roman, Olga, Mikhail, Anna, Larisa. 742, 799, 14.

Here is how it has normally sounded on the shortwave radio station, frequency 4625 kHz. If you still can hear it, please let us know:

8 Comments on "Famed Russian Mystery Transmission UVB-76 Has Gone Offline"

  1. Probably due to all the futball poseurs complaining about the buzz.

  2. n2mystr8jacket | Jun 16, 2010 at 11:38 am |

    if the frequency is for spies or military i wonder if this is possibly the ending or beginning of a operation. one might say a conditioned individual could be deactivated from the absence of this tone. however one may also say they could go archaic.

    • What kind of shit are you smoking? A conditioned individual deactivated? REALLY?! I have paranoid personality disorder and I think thats stupid. Read one book on hypnosis and you’ll learn you cannot actually condition or program people like that MK Ultra BS.

  3. Linping6565 | Jun 17, 2010 at 8:22 pm |

    Support your point of view
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  4. some where in russia… someone forgot to get more AA batteries..

  5. some where in russia… someone forgot to get more AA batteries..

  6. What kind of shit are you smoking? A conditioned individual deactivated? REALLY?! I have paranoid personality disorder and I think thats stupid. Read one book on hypnosis and you’ll learn you cannot actually condition or program people like that MK Ultra BS.

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