Meanwhile back in the Darknets…
@flanvel sent me a link to the darknets with what he said “may” be a numbers station. Of course I had to look at that right away and they were absolutely right! The question is is this just a troll of some kind or is there something else at work? The site tutdwuh7mlji5we3.onion is a static page with four very large ogg files of what sounds like a series of what some claim as ten hours of numbers station like audio. I began the wget this morning and it is still going and I have yet to hear the whole thing but what I heard so far sounds like it starts with a Mexican numbers station from the diction/accent of the reader.
As the commentor on the Reddit says, there is no real way to tell what the deal is with this site because if truly a numbers station (one on the darknet at that) then the code will be random and from OTP so virtually uncrackable. However, it is an interesting notion to consider as I have recently, putting a static transient page on the darknet to use for covert communication through such means as OTP or maybe book code. A simple site with a simple block of text would all it would have to be and you are in bidniss right? In this case if this is a real numbers station at all then perhaps they are trying a signal to noise thing with one of those messages being the real one and the rest are just noisy red herrings. Interesting to ponder.
In any case this is worth a listen to those of you interested in spook world.