posted on Apr, 23 2017 @ 12:33 PM
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Today I was listening to multiple police channels on a two police scanner apps.
One app is called Em.Radio.Free
The 2nd is 5-0 Radio
I'm sure many of you know them.
The channels I was on were local to me entitled:
Hartford , Tolland, Middlesex Counties Fire - Police (Connecticut)
I had both same channels running on both apps to get more coverage since sometimes you hear more on one than another. Or if one can only broadcast so
much at a time when covering multi frequencies.
So at aprox 1:10 PM until 1:14 PM this message went on loop:
"Tear a thin sheet from the yellow pad, in long (maybe "warm") waters a cruise in a sleek yacht is fun.
unintelligible 2 words, (Sherwood or shallow) pond.
The young prince became air to the throne.
He sent the boy on a short errand.
So that continued to loop and at some point made very strange noises like digital distortion. I'm not sure if police can do anything to get them off a
frequency beside change to their alternate channel/frequency but besides the noises and distortion before the loop ended nothing was said by police.
One time I heard someone get on police band and police warn them if they continue they are breaking so many laws and such.
Anyone have thought? I tried google to try to come up with a match for some of the phrases but didn't get anything. This reminded me of what users on
here heard or rather seen on an Emergency Broadcast the morning of the Hoboken train crash.
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