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The weird buzzing radio signal mystery that no one can solve

The weird buzzing radio signal mystery that no one can solve
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The Buzzer is a mystery that no one has solved to date. Just what exactly is The Buzzer, anyway?

Well, a Russian radio station has been broadcasting weird buzzing for months. Occasionally, though, a Russian-accented voice says U-V-B-7-6, followed by a series of Russian code words.

The broadcast hasn't been shut down, and people have been trying to figure out what exactly it means for years.

The noise has "changed slightly" over the past 40 years, it's always been a buzzing noise paired with an occasional message.

According to The Numbers Station, a site dedicated to espionage hoaxes and secrets, the radio station "works as a communications center within the Western Military District that sends messages to corresponding military units and their outposts."

If that's the case, why has it been online since 1976?

The problem is though, according to a Numbers Station writer, "Without access to the codebook, there is no way to tell what they are sending."

What do you think. Can you solve the mystery of this Russian intelligence broadcast? Let me know in the comments.

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Source: Daily Mail
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