By Ilsa Müller | Eleanor Whitford
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In the summers of 1963 and 1964 all across Europe, mysterious untraceable radio transmissions portrayed the story of an unknown man begging for his life. Based on the original recordings of German physicist Ilsa Müller, this is the complete untold story of those transmissions. Narrated by Eleanor Whitford.
||CleanEp 04: Cürrent pt.4, Wär pt.2 and Cönvergence pt.1||Young Alexei Visilikov meets the man with Heterochromia Iridium. Johann Müller manages his frustrated team while he secretly studies the Bose-Einstein Condensate Theory. Who IS ...||7/23/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp 03: Wöman pt.1, Cürrent pt.2, Cöllapse, Cürrent pt.3||The man in the radio talks about "The Woman." Sasha teaches his son the family business. Johann Müller becomes a grandfather. Alexei Visilikov turns 8 ...||6/29/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp 02: Cürrent pt.1 & Wär pt.1||Sasha Visilikov teaches himself electrical engineering and Johann Müller studies airplane accelerants in America. Peter Klaus shares information on the Bose-Einstein Condensate Theory and the ...||6/27/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEp 01: Tranzmischön||In episode 1 of Tranzmischön we learn about the mysterious phenomenon that captured the attention of Europeans during the summers of 1963 and 1964. Based ...||6/27/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPreview: Tranzmischön||In the summers of 1963 and 1964 all across Europe, mysterious untraceable radio transmissions portrayed the story of an unknown man begging for his life. ...||6/27/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
OMG WHAT IS HAPPENING?!?
I have no idea what this is but HURRY AND RELEASE EPISODE 2!!!
I love this podcast. I am a huge fan of this show.
This podcast does have promise. I do like how it goes out of its way to talk to 'consultants' and keeps the frame that it is a translation from German to English. Whoever produces this maintains that frame and it is a really well done story, although I have yet to see the end, and I'm glad that I've found it. I do like the historical tone it preserves, both from the 1920's to the 1960's and to the now that when it is being 'found'. Keep up the good work!