by Mike Chance on September 29th, 1993
Issue 3 of ENIGMA, the journal of The European Numbers Information Group and Monitoring Association has just been published.
In Issue 3 you’ll find:
* Details of how to order Simon Mason’s excellent book
“Secret Signals (The Euro Numbers Mystery)”
* Letters from Numbers Stations monitors around the world
* The “Tyrolean Music” Numbers Station – A retrospective
* Station News and Latest Monitoring Data
* The Lincolnshire Poacher
* The US Counting Stations
* Station NNN
* The 3 Tone Oddity
* The Five Dashes Station
* Station Strich
* Spanish Numbers Stations
* Bulgarian Betty
* Czech Station OLX – with a complete transmission schedule
* “The German Two Letter Stations” an article from Simon Mason.
This includes a complete transmission schedule for these stations
as compiled for ENIGMA member’s logs – callsigns, times and the
* A detailed look at the Female Phonetic Alphabet Stations which
are apparently operated by Mossad, the Israeli Intelligence Service.
* Detailed time and frequency information for each of the stations
featured including North American monitoring data as well as that
If you are in any way interested in Numbers Stations, then this is *the* definitive, up-to-the-minute guide for you – look no further. A copy of ENIGMA 3 can be obtained by post from:
195 Roberttown Lane
The journal is still free of charge but return postage or IRCs and a small donation would be appreciated. Please do not send any return envelopes with your request!
ENIGMA is working towards an electronically produced issue which can then also be distributed via UseNet but for the time being, get your paper copy direct from Chris – it’s well worth it.
Magazines, DX Clubs and other interested groups can also request a “flyer” from Chris, which will tell you about ENIGMA, the group and its aims. We would be very interested to hear from you and thereby perhaps spread the coverage of our monitoring activities. I also have an electronic copy of the flyer for those requesting it direct from here.
Meanwhile, I will be happy to co-ordinate the electronic side of things here on UseNet. Any reference material, archive articles and logs sent to me will be passed on to Chris for inclusion into the newsletters.
You can reach me via Internet e-mail at:
Mike Chace <email@example.com>
Thanks & 73, Mike