Anyone who’s sat through an episode of HBO’s Girls probably thinks that qualifies as an unexplained broadcast, as it’s rather mysterious how Lena Dunham keeps getting so much work on TV despite being as entertaining as watching a kitten get slowly stung to death by scorpions.
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Yuri Gagarin is officially credited as being the first man in space after his successful return trip on the 12th of April 1961, but for years many have speculated that the Soviets actually managed to sling humans off our planet years before him, the only problem being, they couldn’t get them back alive.
All planets within the solar system and beyond emit a constant stream of radio waves, but as the Cassini spacecraft detected in 2002, none are quite as creepy and weird as those coming from the planet Saturn.
This recording first surfaced on 4chan, and the user who uploaded it claimed it was taken back in 1995 while he was listening to WKCR 89.9 New York.
The Lincolnshire Poacher is a traditional English folk song about how much fun you can have shooting bunny rabbits, but this jaunty little tune took on a new meaning in the mid-1970’s as several bars from the song were used as an interval signal for a mysterious transmission which ran for over thirty years.
Electronic Voice Phenomenon refers to the discovery of strange, unfamiliar noises which suddenly appear when a recorded piece of audio is played back.
In recent years it has been reported that in the 1980’s NASA and SETI Astronomers covered up the fact that they came across a strange signal emanating from one of Jupiter’s moons.
Since 1976 radio listeners around the world have reported hearing a strange buzzing sound on the frequency 4625 khz.
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