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In 1977 a supposed Alien Hacked in to ITV news in the UK for 6 minutes to pass on a message, here is that message.

 
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I always loved this one..

This, and the Max Headroom from the 80's, which same story, never figured out who did it..

Apparently the Ashtar command likes to listen to gay techno?..
HA, I know that was added later, but man, funny stuff.

I never myself believed it to be legit, It would be very hard to do, just like the Max Headroom would be, but, not impossible...
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I never heard of Max headroom just done a search is it this?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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this one, same thing, but took over audio and video. Definitely not ET in nature, which is why I don't buy the Ashtar command one.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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That was a 1 minute hoax and The hijack was stopped after engineers at WGN switched the modulation of their studio link to the John Hancock Center transmitter.


The Asshat command one was for 6 minutes and 10 years earlier.

Imagine the leap in tech in those ten years so it was possible then but in 77 i doubt it.
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the age of aquarius isn't for another 5 or 600 years you tool
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Thanks for that.
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I see Wikiwatsit has it down as a hoax, nothing was ever proven and no one was ever caught .I can tell you in those days it was very difficult,if not impossible to do this .All transmissions were monitored and had a 3 second delay, so interference like this could be stopped immediatley. You would need a tremendous amount of power to overcome a transmitter of this size. Hoaxers like ppl to know it's a hoax, but again no one has ever claimed it's their hoax. Food for thought .
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I have never heard of this either.

Here's are question I have :

In 1977 did people have the technology to hack into FIVE MAJOR transmitters?

If they did, why has it not been done since? I would think if someone did it once, they would most definitely do it again.

If someone did hack into transmitters with standard technology from 1977 why was it not cut off during the six minutes it was on air? I would like to "think" that communication companies have the ability to just cut it off...why wasn't it cut off?

If someone did indeed hack in, is that not a MAJOR MAJOR crime?Wwhy did they not pursue the hackers relentlessly?

I would think hacking into the news could lead to massive panic and riots....which is probably why its never been done since the security to protect from hacking news/radio outlets must be massive when you think of what could happen if a hacked message was indeed broadcast?

I dunno what to think (as usual when it comes to this stuff) - its cool that's for sure haha.
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Thanks for the good reply and questions, they are the same questions I have.
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I always loved this one..

This, and the Max Headroom from the 80's, which same story, never figured out who did it..

Apparently the Ashtar command likes to listen to gay techno?..
HA, I know that was added later, but man, funny stuff.

I never myself believed it to be legit, It would be very hard to do, just like the Max Headroom would be, but, not impossible...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1517063


I never heard of Max headroom just done a search is it this?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: oRbZ


this one, same thing, but took over audio and video. Definitely not ET in nature, which is why I don't buy the Ashtar command one.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1517063


That was a 1 minute hoax and The hijack was stopped after engineers at WGN switched the modulation of their studio link to the John Hancock Center transmitter.


The Asshat command one was for 6 minutes and 10 years earlier.

Imagine the leap in tech in those ten years so it was possible then but in 77 i doubt it.
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Keep reading, he did it again to another station. Took it over. It does help to debunk, sorry :-(
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You know this is the very next year after the soviet woodpecker grid went online. Could have been a test of overriding local EM transmitters in that region to gauge the British response.

34 years ago is certainly not breaking but still a good post, never heard of it.

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I don't think whether the message is real or a hoax is really important here. The message in itself,is.
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you hear the british accent in its voice...
 Quoting: YAH Stone Massive!


agreed

*side note* I would not trust anyone who says to "lay down your arms" and leave yourself defenseless to an attack.
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I never heard of Max headroom just done a search is it this?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: oRbZ


this one, same thing, but took over audio and video. Definitely not ET in nature, which is why I don't buy the Ashtar command one.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1517063


That was a 1 minute hoax and The hijack was stopped after engineers at WGN switched the modulation of their studio link to the John Hancock Center transmitter.


The Asshat command one was for 6 minutes and 10 years earlier.

Imagine the leap in tech in those ten years so it was possible then but in 77 i doubt it.
 Quoting: oRbZ



Keep reading, he did it again to another station. Took it over. It does help to debunk, sorry :-(
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Yes but it was 10 years later than the asshat command hack so the tech would be different.
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They are saying it was a hoax as they can not explain it.

Has anyone been arrested?

Has anyone ever come forward?
 Quoting: oRbZ


So therefore it must be aliens?

Come on.

So nobody was ever busted for it but that doesn't mean they can't explain how it could be done.

the Hannington UHF transmitter was unusual in being one of the few transmitters which rebroadcast an off-air signal received from another transmitter, 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 transmitter could overwhelm its reception of the intended signal, resulting in the unauthorised transmission being amplified and rebroadcast across a far wider area.

What's more likely?
A UFO nerd in 70s Britain with good knowledge of electronics?

Or aliens?

Do they teach probability in math class anymore?

You don't "hack" analogue transmissions btw, you hijack them by overiding their frequency with a stronger signal.

How do pirate radio stations get on the air?

The signal needed to overpower the IBA transmission wouldn't have needed to be very strong at all according to the description of their broadcast setup.

The UHF network used was composed of multiple low powered transmitters overlapping and recieving the broadcast from the stations main transmitter.

You only had to hijack that one transmitter.

It happened in America in November 1987, a pirate in the US took over public broadcasting station WTTW 11 during an episode of Doctor Who.

This time it wasn't aliens, instead the pirates chose Max Headroom.

In 1977 the Southern Television IBA was a loose insecure network of low powered UHF transmitters publicly funded, localized and staffed by beards, literally badly paid hobbyists holding it together with spit and sellotape.

Some other beard with a home priate radio setup sat in a field and pretended to be an alien.

People like to hoax things... Dunno why, but they do it all the time.

The gullible masses did the rest as the tabloid press went to town.

The reporting of the incident by the sensationalist media was also heavily criticised by both msm and fringe press at the time.

The whole thing screams hoax and plenty of true believers wanting to believe.

I bet you believe crop circles are aliens too.
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"ITN News was Hijacked in 1977 by an external source claiming to be from The Ashatr Galactic Command. They do not know what caused it and it has never happend since. The Age of Aquarius is coming in 2012. This is a warning that some big changes are underway in 2012 or before."


....

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ASSHATER Command huh?


Maybe you are one of them.

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Asshat command lol

I dont know if it is real but it is warning us about shit that our governments are now doing, so I like the message.

Also how easy would it be to hack a TV network???
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With a name like Asshater Command......odds are....you've been trolled.

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you hear the british accent in its voice...
 Quoting: YAH Stone Massive!


agreed

*side note* I would not trust anyone who says to "lay down your arms" and leave yourself defenseless to an attack.
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Of course you wouldn't you have been brought up in a place that basis its freedoms on being armed, no offence intended but that is just the indoctrination of your particular society.
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I hadn't heard it. It was interesting. Yes the English accent (or Australian) is noticible. It is a good message in the meantime. We have been at war, almost continuously since then, so message fail. Maybe we will be pulled out of the galaxy. Wasn't there a crop circle.....If a huge astral cueball is headed our way... Peace should have been paramount years ago. We (our leaders) have pursued war (Bush's "I hit the trifecta") for what seems profit of a few. The noble causes have been left in the dust, it seems. I wish a message from someone "out there" were enough to stop this momentum in it's tracks and move us towards Peace on Earth......by Christmas would be nice. Anyone see the economic benefit of war...lets see, debt, death, debt, cut in progress,jobs, services, education...is there anything that hasn't been tainted by the cost of war?
Thanks OP for the share. Have a better day.
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over thirty years ago...and we still havent heeded the message
(if it wasnt a hoax that is..and even if it was, the message was one of peace)
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"ITN News was Hijacked in 1977 by an external source claiming to be from The Ashatr Galactic Command. They do not know what caused it and it has never happend since. The Age of Aquarius is coming in 2012. This is a warning that some big changes are underway in 2012 or before."


....

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ASSHATER Command huh?


Maybe you are one of them.

azzhat
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Asshat command lol

I dont know if it is real but it is warning us about shit that our governments are now doing, so I like the message.

Also how easy would it be to hack a TV network???
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With a name like Asshater Command......odds are....you've been trolled.

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Odds are I dont give a monkeys uncle, only insecure people take offence to silly things like being called names, I think it is funny.
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I hadn't heard it. It was interesting. Yes the English accent (or Australian) is noticible. It is a good message in the meantime. We have been at war, almost continuously since then, so message fail. Maybe we will be pulled out of the galaxy. Wasn't there a crop circle.....If a huge astral cueball is headed our way... Peace should have been paramount years ago. We (our leaders) have pursued war (Bush's "I hit the trifecta") for what seems profit of a few. The noble causes have been left in the dust, it seems. I wish a message from someone "out there" were enough to stop this momentum in it's tracks and move us towards Peace on Earth......by Christmas would be nice. Anyone see the economic benefit of war...lets see, debt, death, debt, cut in progress,jobs, services, education...is there anything that hasn't been tainted by the cost of war?
Thanks OP for the share. Have a better day.
I'll vote for the candidate who promises peace..and delivers it.
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I wish NIP could give her opinion about it.

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It's odd how this happened in 1977 and so many have and still come in contact with these galactic federation ETs. We have no proof they exist other than seeing their lights in the sky (the orb ufos are suppose to be their craft) they also send such a positive message. Now I'm not saying "the galactic federation and this clip are real! I swear!" no, I am only saying they have a great message and many current facts as far as the worlds current destruction, protests, wars and the like, are explained by the same group of ETs that this video refers too. I also find it hard to believe someone smart enough to highjack the signal with never getting caught or never coming forward to take credit would make something with such a positive message about an ET race that is to assist in our ascension. So even though our rational mind wants to disbelieve it, too much makes sence on these principles.
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From the Wikipedia entry:

The broadcast took over the sound only, leaving the video signal unaltered. At that time, the Hannington UHF transmitter was unusual in being one of the few transmitters which rebroadcast an off-air signal received from another transmitter, rather than being fed directly by a landline.

There is why it was hacked. It was an RF signal. Anyone could hack that. Someone with a 440MHz ham xceiver or similar equipment could modify it to transmit on the tv station's frequency. No magic here. The explanation give on Wiki is plausible and most likely.

Besides, I am more partial to Commander Hatonn, myself.
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Awesome thanks for sharing i never knew about this one!!

Even if it was a 'hoax' it was done for good reasons unlike most hoaxes.
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I hadn't heard it. It was interesting. Yes the English accent (or Australian) is noticible. It is a good message in the meantime. We have been at war, almost continuously since then, so message fail. Maybe we will be pulled out of the galaxy. Wasn't there a crop circle.....If a huge astral cueball is headed our way... Peace should have been paramount years ago. We (our leaders) have pursued war (Bush's "I hit the trifecta") for what seems profit of a few. The noble causes have been left in the dust, it seems. I wish a message from someone "out there" were enough to stop this momentum in it's tracks and move us towards Peace on Earth......by Christmas would be nice. Anyone see the economic benefit of war...lets see, debt, death, debt, cut in progress,jobs, services, education...is there anything that hasn't been tainted by the cost of war?Thanks OP for the share. Have a better day.
I'll vote for the candidate who promises peace..and delivers it.
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you hear the british accent in its voice...
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So what exactly do alien accents sound like then?
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Yes! Aliens and all historical figures all speak with a British accent... tounge
Haven't you ever seen movies about ancient Rome? Except if Angelina Jolie gets to play Cleopatra in which case she will just sound like Count Chocula....
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It's the antichrist giving his LIE ! See , you were warned about this false prophet ahead of time by Jesus.
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From the Wikipedia entry:

The broadcast took over the sound only, leaving the video signal unaltered. At that time, the Hannington UHF transmitter was unusual in being one of the few transmitters which rebroadcast an off-air signal received from another transmitter, rather than being fed directly by a landline.

There is why it was hacked. It was an RF signal. Anyone could hack that. Someone with a 440MHz ham xceiver or similar equipment could modify it to transmit on the tv station's frequency. No magic here. The explanation give on Wiki is plausible and most likely.

Besides, I am more partial to Commander Hatonn, myself.
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my thoughts too were of someone with a good enough antenna to reach a few transponders with a Ham setup.

If it were to take over the entire network, or all networks, then, i'd take notice, i'm sure they could figure out how to do that if they wanted...
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ASSHATER Command huh?


Maybe you are one of them.

azzhat
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Asshat command lol

I dont know if it is real but it is warning us about shit that our governments are now doing, so I like the message.

Also how easy would it be to hack a TV network???
 Quoting: oRbZ


With a name like Asshater Command......odds are....you've been trolled.

beavis
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Odds are I dont give a monkeys uncle, only insecure people take offence to silly things like being called names, I think it is funny.
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No one called anyone names here.
WTF are you talking about??? 1dunno1

It was just a heads-up for ya that it's a joke article.....but go ahead....ok....feel free to be a moran if you prefer.

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I see Wikiwatsit has it down as a hoax, nothing was ever proven and no one was ever caught .I can tell you in those days it was very difficult,if not impossible to do this .All transmissions were monitored and had a 3 second delay, so interference like this could be stopped immediatley. You would need a tremendous amount of power to overcome a transmitter of this size. Hoaxers like ppl to know it's a hoax, but again no one has ever claimed it's their hoax. Food for thought .
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Nyot quite.
The transmitter involved was a "relay" tx and back in the 1970's would have been realtivly easy to hack. Basically all you would have to do is get as close as possiable to the reciever, (climb the mast), with a cb radio and allow the cb to "bleed" its transmission over the tv signal. If you knew how to build or alter radio transmitters, a college tech trainee could easily do it, you could finetune any uhf tx.
The radio spectrum was and is not monitered 24/7 all across the uk.
If the perp's are ever caught they could face imprisonment. A very tougth line is still maintained over hacking radio and tv broadcasts.

Shame it was a hoax, still like it to this day.
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Hey OP, I can't do video's. Will you please do a written transcript of the whole 6 minutes?
I'd like to read the message.
I also think in the 70's it would have been possible for a celestial source to hack into transmissions, just as they still can....
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 Quoting: Lucky Charms


They are saying it was a hoax as they can not explain it.

Has anyone been arrested?

Has anyone ever come forward?

from link

"An editorial in America's Eugene Register-Guard commented "Nobody seemed to consider that 'Asteron' may have been for real".[13] By as late as 1985, the story had entered urban folklore, with suggestions that there had never been any explanation of the broadcast.[14]"
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I think it was just this >> somebody hacked in to ITV news network for 6 minutes.

and that " strange" sound, i found really fake,
made by humans ;)

reminds me to that somekind of a fucking Galactic Federation , fake too, same Bull Shit ;))





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