[B-R-I] New (Caribbean?) Pirate On 96.5?

George Allen gallen2@nescaum.org
Fri Jan 30 14:16:54 EST 2009

Comes in great in Swampscott with an indoor twinlead dipole.  The 
signal peak is about 45 deg [true north].  Since the opposite 
direction from that for me is only water until the south shore [my 
location is shown at
http://hazecam.net/boston/widemap.html ]
it's either down near Quincy [or on Nahant !], or to the NNE of 
here.  None of these include Lynn-Revere-Chelsea.

At 12:00 PM 1/30/2009, you wrote:
From: "Kaimbridge M. GoldChild" <Kaimbridge@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 30 Jan 2009 16:55:03 +0000
Subject: [B-R-I]  New (Caribbean?) Pirate On 96.5?

There appears to be a new pirate station on 96.5:  Sounds like rapid 
Caribbean dance (almost like "English Salsa")...perhaps
a tape loop?  At first I thought it might be a new translator or 
LPFM, but that doesn't seem to be the case (closest one listed is
Gloucester, which I believe is religious in nature).  First noted for 
sure yesterday afternoon (but may have been on for a couple of days 
before then), signal is semi-weak and spotty up here in Beverly and 
is also noted, similarly, at South Station, so maybe it is located 
somewheres in the Lynn-Revere-Chelsea area?  Could this be the 
anticipated "Hot-97.1" pirate, testing(?), with a necessary frequency change?

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