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End of world prediction interrupts TV broadcasts in Orange County In California

"End of world" prediction interrupts TV broadcasts in Orange County in California

Most of the Californians enjoy their breakfast with TV shows, but this Thursday was different as a majority of the regular, scheduled programs were disrupted with strange, mysterious warning messages informing viewers about the upcoming invasion of extra-terrestrials and the onset of Armageddon.






According to Orange County, these weird warning messages appeared on mainstream TV channels and affected Spectrum and Cox cable users. Some of the warning videos have been uploaded on YouTube. In one of the videos, we can hear a breathless voice stating that the “space program” has been contacted with and “they are not what they claim to be.” The whole message read:

“The space program made contact with… They are not what they claim to be. They have infiltrated a lot of, uh, a lot of aspects of military establishment, particularly Area 51. The disasters that are coming—the military—I’m sorry the government knows about them…”

Nevertheless, the emergency alert videos interrupted scheduled programming for about a minute, and viewers were stunned when they heard that the end of the world is approaching. According to a Lake Forest resident and user of Cox cable network, Stacy Laflamme, she was watching the HGTV channel when suddenly the show was replaced by an emergency alert at exactly 11:05 a.m.

The message was followed by a creepy audio as well while the screen flashed this message:





“Realize this, extremely violent times will come.”

An alarmed Laflamme believed it to be Hitler’s voice.

Spectrum cable system’s user Erin Mireles from Diamond Bar was watching Bravo channel when the show was replaced with a similar warning, which naturally left her “startled.”

“I was definitely startled, ’cause the volume increased exponentially. I wasn’t alarmed in the sense of thinking something was wrong, ’cause I assumed it was some sort of hack. My channel changed back to Bravo after a couple minutes.”

This is no the first time when TV broadcasts have been hacked to display unrelated footage. In the past, Palestinian hackers remotely took control of Israeli TV stations on two occasions.






However, since in the Orange County case it is unclear whether it was a hack attack or a glitch, the story can relate to the 1987 incident in which a mysterious apocalyptic message interrupted TV broadcasts in California with ‘Violent Times Will Come’ message.

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