The Unexplained Signals Of Russian Ghost Station UVB-76

Transmissions on the frequency – known as “The Buzzer” – appear to originate from deep in the swamps near St Petersburg.

No one knows why it is broadcast, or who it is broadcast to, but every day since the 1970s it has been sending out its creepy signal.

It plays a strange buzzing noise, occasionally broken up by Russian words and numbers, and was first recorded in 1982.

Russia’s ghost radio – also known as MDZhB – was first heard in the late 70s, and theories about what it means have raged ever since.

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