Siberia

1 4 years ago
Siberia

Whilst going through the frequencies on the radio I came across a channel transmitting in Russian. Below is an excerpt of what I picked up and got through the translation device.

… ПОМОГИТЕ! NEED ASSISTANCE — UNDER ATTACK!!  PLEASE IF ANYONE CAN ….

The transmission ended abruptly, returned to static noise for 20 seconds or so, until I heard another voice calling:

… 0960 ВЫ МОЖЕТЕ ПОЛУЧИТЬ США? …
Please confirm location! The uplanders will need the recipe before it is too late! -повторение- Please confirm location! Scout Division 0960 respond! …

The radio went static again. On my terminal I searched for information about missions in Russia, and I quickly found the 0960 squad that last reported in 5 months ago.  They are on a mission to distribute the U.C.C. [Uranium Chip Cookies] in Russia and Siberia, and apparently something to do with secret bunkers and the Tunguska event from 1908… The rest of the document was encrypted.

The radio sprung to life again:

штаб! We are safe! -повторение- We are safe! Escaped from the attacking forces with minor injuries. Retreating to camp and wait for first light to continue our mission. Команда 0960 из!

Static again, I could barely understand these messages. What attacking forces were they dealing with, could it be a threat to other Toy Scout squads investigating other points of interest?

Команда  0960 иметь в виду, Glowfish activity is being reported in your area. Stay safe. Contact on next frequency at двенадцать тридцать.
Штаб-квартира отключение

I wonder what these Glowfish could be. It seems that any connection on this frequency was cut, I have heard no more transmissions in the hours following.

This story first appeared on Gonzo Enterprises

1 comments

  1. irvitzer

    Sorry for (probably) breaking the legend, but I just can’t pass by without a word: never ever use autotranslation if you want to make ‘trustworthy’ text, especially if you’re going to use languages from different groups (i.e. english is romanic language, russian is slavic). I’m native russian speaker and I barely can understand all those random words.
    Feel free to delete this comment and/or message me, if you need any corrections.

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