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Coded voice message disguised as personal ad, have a listen for yourself!

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posted on Jun, 2 2006 @ 10:14 AM
I came across this story on Homeland Stupidity. Its very intruiging indeed, and im super anxious to find out what the message means and whether its related to any terrorist or military exercise. Visit the link and have a listen to the mp3 for yourself, its kinda spooky!

Back in the days of the Cold War, spies found ingenious and unusual ways to communicate with each other, hiding their communications in plain sight, whether encrypted or not. For instance, an intelligence agent (spy) might contact his case officer (handler) by placing an ad in the personals section of the local newspaper. This practice, it seems, continues today.

On or around May 8, the following personal ad appeared on the Internet classified ad site Craigslist. (It has since been removed.)

For mein fraulein

Mein Fraulein, I haven’t heard from you in a while. Won’t you
call me? 212 //// 796 //// 0735

If you actually called the number, up until a couple of days ago you would have heard this prerecorded message (MP3). It’s a head scratcher to keep you National Security Agency analysts occupied in your spare time. Each block of numbers is repeated twice; but below I have transcribed them only once for clarity.

Group 415
01305 60510 12079 04606 50100
93000 08203 90130 94069 01207...

Read the comments underneath the article to see how hard people are trying to crack the 'code'!



posted on Jun, 2 2006 @ 10:31 AM
Very interesting to listen to. The intro and ending music are a bit confusing though. Were they added in after the call was recorded or what?
Number stations have always been interesting to me, shame I don't know of any that I can access in Melbourne Australia. Does anyone know any frequencies?


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