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1977 Southern Television Broadcast Interruption, Aliens or Hoax?

 
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until all men and woman are true followers of the one true lord JESUS CHRIST , AND ONLY UNTIL THEN we must keep our swords sharp and ready.
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Oh Gosh.... Galactic Command!!?? Did he fail to warn us of the evil emperor Zurg?

You people are so gullible? Did you also know that the word "Gullible" is not in the dictionary?

Go look it up an come back to report your findings.
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Many technology experts aren't so sure - maybe they should ask you? jerkit

This was in 1977 - pretty difficult to hack into a television network back then.

Unless you know different Mr Expert?
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Fake
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Could very well be.
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Oh Gosh.... Galactic Command!!?? Did he fail to warn us of the evil emperor Zurg?

You people are so gullible? Did you also know that the word "Gullible" is not in the dictionary?

Go look it up an come back to report your findings.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1168480


Not gullible, just getting opinions from everyone.
I can't say for sure either way. It's fun to explore though.
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It was a hoax. Funny one though, and I would have been suckered in by it back in the day for sure.

It was a transmission interception by an amateur(s) using their own equipment back in the day when it was easier to do such a thing. It only went regional, not nationwide. The English accent is kind of a giveaway.

My guess is it was done by someone who works in the industry with knowledge on such matters for shits and giggles. Still pretty epic though, especially for the late 70's.
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That's the biggest part that says its probably a hoax.
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It was a hoax. Funny one though, and I would have been suckered in by it back in the day for sure.

It was a transmission interception by an amateur(s) using their own equipment back in the day when it was easier to do such a thing. It only went regional, not nationwide. The English accent is kind of a giveaway.

My guess is it was done by someone who works in the industry with knowledge on such matters for shits and giggles. Still pretty epic though, especially for the late 70's.
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Probably was but no-one was caught and no-one subsequently claimed responsibilty - which you think they would have by now for the kudos.

I keep an open mind.
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New Age bsflag even on one point this is obvious. The so-called Age of Aquarius doesn't happen until sometime around 3000 AD. I guess the super intelligent ETs couldn't figure that out laugh
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According to different astrologers' calculations, approximated dates for entering the Age of Aquarius range from 1447 AD (Terry MacKinnell) to 3597 (John Addey).[2]

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until all men and woman are true followers of the one true lord JESUS CHRIST , AND ONLY UNTIL THEN we must keep our swords sharp and ready.
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And our hearts and minds.
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Oh Gosh.... Galactic Command!!?? Did he fail to warn us of the evil emperor Zurg?

You people are so gullible? Did you also know that the word "Gullible" is not in the dictionary?

Go look it up an come back to report your findings.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1168480


Many technology experts aren't so sure - maybe they should ask you? jerkit

This was in 1977 - pretty difficult to hack into a television network back then.

Unless you know different Mr Expert?
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


It was absolutely possible to under certain circumstances. From the Wiki...

"At that time, the Hannington UHF television transmitter was unusual in being one of the few transmitters which rebroadcast an off-air signal received from another transmitter (Southern Television's Rowridge transmitter on the Isle of Wight), rather than being fed directly by a landline. As a consequence it was open to this kind of signal intrusion, as even a relatively low-powered transmission very close to the receiver could overwhelm its reception of the intended signal, resulting in the unauthorized transmission being amplified and rebroadcast across a far wider area. The IBA stated that to carry out a hoax would take "a considerable amount of technical know-how"[4] and a spokesman for Southern Television confirmed that "A hoaxer jammed our transmitter in the wilds of North Hampshire by taking another transmitter very close to it."[2] However, like the Max Headroom broadcast signal intrusion a decade later, the identity of the intruder was never confirmed."
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Oh Gosh.... Galactic Command!!?? Did he fail to warn us of the evil emperor Zurg?

You people are so gullible? Did you also know that the word "Gullible" is not in the dictionary?

Go look it up an come back to report your findings.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1168480


Many technology experts aren't so sure - maybe they should ask you? jerkit

This was in 1977 - pretty difficult to hack into a television network back then.

Unless you know different Mr Expert?
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


True. That's why I'm somewhere in the middle. One can never be too sure.
My mind tells me, no, this is fake but my heart tells me, yes, its real.
So very confusing.
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It was a hoax. Funny one though, and I would have been suckered in by it back in the day for sure.

It was a transmission interception by an amateur(s) using their own equipment back in the day when it was easier to do such a thing. It only went regional, not nationwide. The English accent is kind of a giveaway.

My guess is it was done by someone who works in the industry with knowledge on such matters for shits and giggles. Still pretty epic though, especially for the late 70's.
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Probably was but no-one was caught and no-one subsequently claimed responsibilty - which you think they would have by now for the kudos.

I keep an open mind.
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Yes, that's the perplexing part.
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Oh Gosh.... Galactic Command!!?? Did he fail to warn us of the evil emperor Zurg?

You people are so gullible? Did you also know that the word "Gullible" is not in the dictionary?

Go look it up an come back to report your findings.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1168480


Many technology experts aren't so sure - maybe they should ask you? jerkit

This was in 1977 - pretty difficult to hack into a television network back then.

Unless you know different Mr Expert?
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


No it wasn't. Someone who knew what they were doing could do it. The wikipedia page even says this.
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It was a hoax. Funny one though, and I would have been suckered in by it back in the day for sure.

It was a transmission interception by an amateur(s) using their own equipment back in the day when it was easier to do such a thing. It only went regional, not nationwide. The English accent is kind of a giveaway.

My guess is it was done by someone who works in the industry with knowledge on such matters for shits and giggles. Still pretty epic though, especially for the late 70's.
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Probably was but no-one was caught and no-one subsequently claimed responsibilty - which you think they would have by now for the kudos.

I keep an open mind.
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


Yes, that's the perplexing part.
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Nah, it's much better to keep everyone guessing and keep the myth alive.
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Oh Gosh.... Galactic Command!!?? Did he fail to warn us of the evil emperor Zurg?

You people are so gullible? Did you also know that the word "Gullible" is not in the dictionary?

Go look it up an come back to report your findings.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1168480


Many technology experts aren't so sure - maybe they should ask you? jerkit

This was in 1977 - pretty difficult to hack into a television network back then.

Unless you know different Mr Expert?
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


No it wasn't. Someone who knew what they were doing could do it. The wikipedia page even says this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46403027


At that time, the Hannington UHF television transmitter was unusual in being one of the few transmitters which rebroadcast an off-air signal received from another transmitter (Southern Television's Rowridge transmitter on the Isle of Wight), rather than being fed directly by a landline. As a consequence it was open to this kind of signal intrusion, as even a relatively low-powered transmission very close to the receiver could overwhelm its reception of the intended signal, resulting in the unauthorized transmission being amplified and rebroadcast across a far wider area. The IBA stated that to carry out a hoax would take "a considerable amount of technical know-how"[4] and a spokesman for Southern Television confirmed that "A hoaxer jammed our transmitter in the wilds of North Hampshire by taking another transmitter very close to it."[2] However, like the Max Headroom broadcast signal intrusion a decade later, the identity of the intruder was never confirmed.
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No it wasn't. Someone who knew what they were doing could do it. The wikipedia page even says this.
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Indeed, someone with a lot of technical know-how.

Someone who was never caught.

Someone who never claimed the credit years later [why wouldn't you for the kudos?]

Who knows for sure?

I keep an open mind.
If you are depressed, you are living in the past. If you are anxious, you are living in the future. If you are at peace, you are living in the present.

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Oh Gosh.... Galactic Command!!?? Did he fail to warn us of the evil emperor Zurg?

You people are so gullible? Did you also know that the word "Gullible" is not in the dictionary?

Go look it up an come back to report your findings.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1168480


Many technology experts aren't so sure - maybe they should ask you? jerkit

This was in 1977 - pretty difficult to hack into a television network back then.

Unless you know different Mr Expert?
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


It was absolutely possible to under certain circumstances. From the Wiki...

"At that time, the Hannington UHF television transmitter was unusual in being one of the few transmitters which rebroadcast an off-air signal received from another transmitter (Southern Television's Rowridge transmitter on the Isle of Wight), rather than being fed directly by a landline. As a consequence it was open to this kind of signal intrusion, as even a relatively low-powered transmission very close to the receiver could overwhelm its reception of the intended signal, resulting in the unauthorized transmission being amplified and rebroadcast across a far wider area. The IBA stated that to carry out a hoax would take "a considerable amount of technical know-how"[4] and a spokesman for Southern Television confirmed that "A hoaxer jammed our transmitter in the wilds of North Hampshire by taking another transmitter very close to it."[2] However, like the Max Headroom broadcast signal intrusion a decade later, the identity of the intruder was never confirmed."
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That's the part that intrigues me.
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Nah, it's much better to keep everyone guessing and keep the myth alive.
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I would have thought someone would have owned up to it in the 36 years - or a friend leak it out.
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No it wasn't. Someone who knew what they were doing could do it. The wikipedia page even says this.
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Indeed, someone with a lot of technical know-how.

Someone who was never caught.

Someone who never claimed the credit years later [why wouldn't you for the kudos?]

Who knows for sure?

I keep an open mind.
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


Because that person would probably be prosecuted and either fined or locked up…

It's not unfathomable to think that someone with the know how (and there were a lot of ham radio enthusiasts back then) would be able to do it and get away with it.
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Oh Gosh.... Galactic Command!!?? Did he fail to warn us of the evil emperor Zurg?

You people are so gullible? Did you also know that the word "Gullible" is not in the dictionary?

Go look it up an come back to report your findings.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1168480


Many technology experts aren't so sure - maybe they should ask you? jerkit

This was in 1977 - pretty difficult to hack into a television network back then.

Unless you know different Mr Expert?
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


No it wasn't. Someone who knew what they were doing could do it. The wikipedia page even says this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 46403027


Here's the whole quote.

At that time, the Hannington UHF television transmitter was unusual in being one of the few transmitters which rebroadcast an off-air signal received from another transmitter (Southern Television's Rowridge transmitter on the Isle of Wight), rather than being fed directly by a landline. As a consequence it was open to this kind of signal intrusion, as even a relatively low-powered transmission very close to the receiver could overwhelm its reception of the intended signal, resulting in the unauthorized transmission being amplified and rebroadcast across a far wider area. The IBA stated that to carry out a hoax would take "a considerable amount of technical know-how"[4] and a spokesman for Southern Television confirmed that "A hoaxer jammed our transmitter in the wilds of North Hampshire by taking another transmitter very close to it."[2] However, like the Max Headroom broadcast signal intrusion a decade later, the identity of the intruder was never confirmed
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I still get a kick out of the folks who call bullshit on everything they cant wrap their minds around, as if to say no I don't or cant except any alternate view on subjects like extraterrestrial involvement. simple minds like to keep it simple.
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It was a hoax. Funny one though, and I would have been suckered in by it back in the day for sure.

It was a transmission interception by an amateur(s) using their own equipment back in the day when it was easier to do such a thing. It only went regional, not nationwide. The English accent is kind of a giveaway.

My guess is it was done by someone who works in the industry with knowledge on such matters for shits and giggles. Still pretty epic though, especially for the late 70's.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 44848969


Probably was but no-one was caught and no-one subsequently claimed responsibilty - which you think they would have by now for the kudos.

I keep an open mind.
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Yes, that's the perplexing part.
 Quoting: sweetnsour


Nah, it's much better to keep everyone guessing and keep the myth alive.
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LOL. Yeah well that might be on track as well. I guess we will never know. Its fun to think about anyways.
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No it wasn't. Someone who knew what they were doing could do it. The wikipedia page even says this.
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Indeed, someone with a lot of technical know-how.

Someone who was never caught.

Someone who never claimed the credit years later [why wouldn't you for the kudos?]

Who knows for sure?

I keep an open mind.
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


Me too. These kind of things fascinate me.
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I didn't know that aliens were New Agers.
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Nah, it's much better to keep everyone guessing and keep the myth alive.
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I would have thought someone would have owned up to it in the 36 years - or a friend leak it out.
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


Oh God, that just made me feel old. LOL.
But, I agree. After 36 years, why not say...hello, it was me, was just making a funny.
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I still get a kick out of the folks who call bullshit on everything they cant wrap their minds around, as if to say no I don't or cant except any alternate view on subjects like extraterrestrial involvement. simple minds like to keep it simple.
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Or conversely those who ignore a relatively simple explanation in preference of 'it was aliens"
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No it wasn't. Someone who knew what they were doing could do it. The wikipedia page even says this.
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Indeed, someone with a lot of technical know-how.

Someone who was never caught.

Someone who never claimed the credit years later [why wouldn't you for the kudos?]

Who knows for sure?

I keep an open mind.
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


Because that person would probably be prosecuted and either fined or locked up…

It's not unfathomable to think that someone with the know how (and there were a lot of ham radio enthusiasts back then) would be able to do it and get away with it.
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IDK about that one but it's one of those unsolved mysteries.
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Oh Gosh.... Galactic Command!!?? Did he fail to warn us of the evil emperor Zurg?

You people are so gullible? Did you also know that the word "Gullible" is not in the dictionary?

Go look it up an come back to report your findings.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1168480


Many technology experts aren't so sure - maybe they should ask you? jerkit

This was in 1977 - pretty difficult to hack into a television network back then.

Unless you know different Mr Expert?
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


It was absolutely possible to under certain circumstances. From the Wiki...

"At that time, the Hannington UHF television transmitter was unusual in being one of the few transmitters which rebroadcast an off-air signal received from another transmitter (Southern Television's Rowridge transmitter on the Isle of Wight), rather than being fed directly by a landline. As a consequence it was open to this kind of signal intrusion, as even a relatively low-powered transmission very close to the receiver could overwhelm its reception of the intended signal, resulting in the unauthorized transmission being amplified and rebroadcast across a far wider area. The IBA stated that to carry out a hoax would take "a considerable amount of technical know-how"[4] and a spokesman for Southern Television confirmed that "A hoaxer jammed our transmitter in the wilds of North Hampshire by taking another transmitter very close to it."[2] However, like the Max Headroom broadcast signal intrusion a decade later, the identity of the intruder was never confirmed."
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That's the part that intrigues me.
 Quoting: sweetnsour


Well, could be a number of reasons. Perhaps because of the technical know-how / equipment involved, the person who actually did it may have lost their job and subject to even more serious consequences if they came clean. Maybe they planned to when they retired, but they never got as far as retirement in life. Could be anything.

The real clue is the English accent of the supposed alien voice. Quite convenient don't ya think!?
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Nah, it's much better to keep everyone guessing and keep the myth alive.
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I would have thought someone would have owned up to it in the 36 years - or a friend leak it out.
 Quoting: BadMoonRisen


Oh God, that just made me feel old. LOL.
But, I agree. After 36 years, why not say...hello, it was me, was just making a funny.
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Because that person would likely be prosecuted
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Because that person would probably be prosecuted and either fined or locked up…

It's not unfathomable to think that someone with the know how (and there were a lot of ham radio enthusiasts back then) would be able to do it and get away with it.
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That wouldn't be the case now.

Back then, yes - hell of a risk for a ham operator to take. No doubt if he was caught, a large fine or prison would be the result.

So why do it?

If he couldn't tell anyone about it and enjoy the kudos of his fellow ham operators, what would be the point?
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I still get a kick out of the folks who call bullshit on everything they cant wrap their minds around, as if to say no I don't or cant except any alternate view on subjects like extraterrestrial involvement. simple minds like to keep it simple.
 Quoting: ozymandias


I don't mind an objective perspective but personally I like to keep my mind open to ALL possibilities. One who thinks they know it all, knows nothing at all. As we all do not. So why not explore the possibilities anyways.

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