Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

There was a big buzz lately about Russian station UVB-76 which was known as a “buzzer” transmitting repeating beeping signals for as long as 30 years, and then lately a few times those were interrupted with strange coded voice messages. Now you can have a rare chance to see the place from where all those are coming from.

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station

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53 thoughts on “Inside the Mysterious UVB-76 Station”

  1. Come on, is this really where UVB-76 is currently broadcasting from? A little more explanation of what these photos are? They look like an old broadcast station that’s been abandoned for centuries. UVB-76 is still on the air.

  2. Komrades, per Wikipedia, the Ruskies stopped broadcasting this signal in 1989 when it became obsolete due to superior Amercan satellite system. Apparently, it worked with a missile early warning system.

    • You are referring to the “Russian Woodpecker”, which came from large antenna arrays such as the “Duga” outside of Pripyat. This is different. This is what is known in the short wave community as a “numbers station”. It broadcasts coded messages to spies around the world, whereas the woodpecker broadcast a high speed series of clicks that were used to range incoming missiles.

      • It’s not a numbers station either, it doesn’t broadcast numbers, it just broadcasts an intermittent vuvuzela noise.

        apropos of which, it’s still broadcasting, so I doubt this is actually UVB-76.

        • Incorrect, over the past few days hours of purely numbers transitions have been pumping out of there, one can only wonder if this peak in transition has anything to do with the rise in Russian espionage lately…

          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UVB-76

  3. There were suggestions that UVB-76 is part of Perimeter (aka Dead Hand). What a bullsh!t. As for the station, well I am disappointed. Good to see though.

  4. I find the photos confusing. Some show disorderly abandoned looking areas, while others show tidy rooms with lights on (apparently NOT abandoned). If indeed these photos are from the same installation, one might conclude that it is still operating. The “abandonded” areas and equipment might just be old obsolete stuff in an unused part of an otherwise operational facility.

  5. I think this is not the “Buzzer”.
    This is an abandoned bunker, no longer operational.
    But UVB-76 is working.
    Why are certain places in Photo 3 and 31 are blacked out?
    This is never the “Buzzer”…

    • You are right about blacked photos. But you missed 32 (the last one), which is both blacked and even whitened in one place 😉
      I also doubt this is THE station…

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  7. Those are some creepy pics. I think what makes it more creepy is some areas are flooded and complete disarray while other areas are extremely tidy.

    That would be a great setting for a horror/thriller movie.

  8. I don;t think this is the actual site.. Its last broadcast transmission was on the 28th of this month. so it is not abandoned but still makes your imagination run wild

  9. I would like to see pictures of the exterior as well.

    After all this time, why hasn’t anyone just knocked on the door and asked what the true purpose of UVB-76 is?

    • I want to point out a few things about this series. The important thing about UVB-76 is not the building that everyone thinks is important, but the transmission tower itself.

      I’ve worked with communications towers, and I know for a fact that you can set up a tower and broadcast somewhere completely different from where you are recording. The signal could be pumped in through a dedicated phone line, or by some other connection. The building is in fact a giant red herring that is completely useless.— Yarick

      I submit that you have things bassackwards the transmission tower is unimportant. What can the transmission tower tell us about who is broadcasting the signal and to what purpose? The answers are at the opposite end of that “dedicated phone line” from the transmission tower.

  10. I want to point out a few things about this series. The important thing about UVB-76 is not the building that everyone thinks is important, but the transmission tower itself.

    I’ve worked with communications towers, and I know for a fact that you can set up a tower and broadcast somewhere completely different from where you are recording. The signal could be pumped in through a dedicated phone line, or by some other connection. The building is in fact a giant red herring that is completely useless.

  11. I have been trying to explain the same thing to my homies but I think it’s better if I just send them the link to this article instead. Thankyou for writing such an insightful article.

  12. The transmission site of UVB-76 was found using triangulation but that only leads to a antenna. The people broadcasting can in this day and age be sitting thoasands of miles away in a nice comfy room. Pirate radio operators use this trick.

    • ++ a main requirement to broadcasting/transmitting this signal is power and I don’t mean 240v from your plug at home which maybee why they transmit from there as external pics show it looks like a old power sub station. see google earth 56°4′59.59″N 37°6′37.01″E

  13. This is fake news,
    Really .. these blurry pictures top of it all,

    This takes us no where near.

    What about making another visit and make proper pictures, inside the books, and what is left on table ?

    After all.. would be more sensible to see some pictures as from Duga
    http://www.russiadefence.net/t2547p125-russian-radar-systems

    But in truth the project is just global mind control and they sifted more near to Estonia and at same time the more stronger zombifing of Estonia peoples also started. Where natural Estonians do decisions and sellouts that no one in normal home mind would even do.

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