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Voice of Doom
« on: November 15, 2009, 0002 UTC »
0002 ethereal music over dub with "Voice of Doom"
SIO 323 thru my local noise from Central FL.

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Re: Voice of Doom
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2009, 0007 UTC »
SIO = 555+ Very strong in Central California

23:00 Sign on with " VOICE OF DOOOOM "

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Re: Voice of Doom
« Reply #2 on: November 15, 2009, 0010 UTC »
11/15/09, 6925U, 0001 UTC: Ditto, Voice of Doom, here in Gopher Stomp, sounds like reprise of Halloween show, and last night's rebroadcast.  Very good signal tonight, but too much local RFI.  Started with ID over background music, parody commercial for funeral home with special arrangements for terrorists.  Narrative by Harry, imprisoned for jewelery heist, and his encounter with Morak, The Thing Behind The Wall, in his prison cell.
SINPO - 34232, good signal and audio, most obscured by local RFI.
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