Ham radio operators across the western U.S. and Canada havebeen picking up a mysterious signal. It doesn't come fromspace, but from an area near Sedona, Arizona. To hear thesignal yourself, click "Dreamland" on our masthead andscroll down to "Mystery Signal."
So far it's been heard in New Mexico, Nebraska, Colorado,Nebraska, Wyoming, Minnesota and Arizona, as well as partsof Canada. Radio operator Bob Gonsett says it?s coming "?perhaps from one specially modulated transmitter, perhapsfrom transmitters at different locations."
Operator Don Moman says, "This signal looks a lot moreinteresting than it would sound?just a broad tone/hum/buzz,depending on where you tune."
Jack Roland, who has heard the signals several times, says,"Something is not right there."
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