To bolster their new image, Ruckus and Lane wrote and shot a 10-minute short called “The 7 Sevens.” They were transfixed with “number stations,” which are illegally transmitted radio signals of just a voice reading a series of numbers or letters.
“What was interesting to us,” said Ruckus, “is that no one will admit it’s them, and the government doesn’t even admit they exist.” Lane added, “Some people say it’s traffickers, aliens, maybe lizard people. So, I love that there’s this thing that exists in this modern culture where we know everything [but] no one really definitely knows what these are and what their purpose is.”
“True Detective” actor Brad Carter portrays a man obsessed with finding the voice of a woman on a number station. He overhears a woman at a diner (the woman is portrayed by Kate Kovach), is convinced that she is the voice and then kidnaps her.
The night that Mary Shelley later described as the moment she came up with the idea for Frankenstein, rightfully regarded as one of the greatest…