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The Black Knight

A cache by Trackeraki Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/30/2017
Difficulty:
3.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Since the Black Knight Satellite was first discovered 80 years ago, reports from US, Russia, And Europe say that the satellite is of “unknown origin” and believe it may be an ancient alien satellite.

You must solve the mystery satellite broadcast to find the coordinates!

Selvitä mystisen satelliitin lähetys, jotta saa kätkön koordinaatit ratkaistuksi!


The Black Knight is without a doubt one of the most talked about extraterrestrial objects orbiting our planet at the moment. When first sighted in orbit, it was thought to be a Russian Spy satellite, but this was very quickly dismissed. But the question is for how long has it been there and better yet, who put the mysterious satellite into orbit, and not just any orbit but Polar Orbit. According to several researchers and scientists worldwide, this object is emitting a radio frequency that has been intercepted and even decoded. According to HAM Radio operator, the Black Knight is actually transmitting an Alien message that has a connection with the Epsilon Bootes Star System. But the story goes back even more. One of the most interesting facts is that Nikola Tesla claimed to have intercepted radio signals, from space, from the Black Knight Satellite.









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