As we charge into 2015 and new cold war relations heat up between Russia and the United States, a mysterious Russian radio station which has broadcast the same super-creepy signal for 24 hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week, and 365-days-a-year FOR THE LAST 40 YEARS is getting a lot of new interest due to its' unknown purpose, with some claiming it is Russia's 'nuclear trigger' while others say it's a continuous broadcast into outer space to communicate with extraterrestrials. The 1st video, a brand new one from Strange Mysteries, tells us all about the mysterious UVB-76, looking into what it's true purpose might be while telling us about the day in 2010 when it stopped broadcasting for a day, for the first time since 1982!
The 2nd video below shares what can only be called an ultra-creepy message from UVB-76 that came through on August 23, 2010, one of the few times that the monotonous tone of 'the buzzer' has been broken to broadcast its message to Russia and much of Europe as shown in the screenshot below videos that shows how far UVB-76 broadcasts. The message broadcast on August 23, 2010 in the 2nd video below is generating all kinds of comments and interest.
What is this mysterious 'buzzer' signal and why the messages? It has been determined that this radio station is owned and operated by the Russian government/military. Why the continuous monotonous buzz; do you think it's a message to aliens or, if the signal is suddenly broken, is that the trigger for nuclear annihilation?