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On Saturday 26 November 1977 at around 5.10 pm, broadcasts from this transmitter were hi-jacked by unknown agents who blocked the UHF audio signal of transmissions from the then local ITV station Southern Television and broadcast their own audio message purporting to be from Vrillon, an alien from an institution calling itself the Ashtar Galactic Command. The message, transmitted over an ITN News bulletin and a subsequent Merrie Melodies cartoon, lasted six minutes.
Originally posted by FOXMULDER147
Seriously, an alien using a voice changer that sounds exactly like one you can buy in the kids section of your local supermarket...?
Originally posted by Havick007
People claim this as a hoax but remember this is 1977 and to quote BBC tech's - they stated that to carry out the hoax would take
"a considerable amount of technical know-how"
Originally posted by FrancoUn-American
I wish the aliens would come and take me away or take the jerks away drop them off on jupiter and come back and chill with us good people.