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Welcome back to the show everyone, on this episode we talk about a mystery Steve found on 4chan and Reddit. It involves a H.A.M radio operator that stumbled onto a message. This message quotes some bible verses and gives a long list of numbers. The internet decoded the numbers and it’s actually a message hidden within. It leads to an isolated spot in Montana. Oddly enough this actually ties into another post Steve was able to find. It would suggest that either someone is creating a large mystery or it’s real and very very strange. Because the entities behind this supposed message are like us but with fur. We hope you enjoy the show and as always stay safe and stay weird. 

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