Saturday, April 01, 2017

The Horsingdon Transmissions No.91: Sonic Teratoma

A selection of transmitter arrays which haunt the skyline of Northwich and Horsingdon. These are not far from the Church of St. John the Divine - whose recent history of aural horror has been documented in a previous post.

Many of the buildings from which these antennae extrude appear to have a long association with the Ministry. The significance of this remains unclear; however, it is no secret that, since the 1950s, a substrate of uncanny audio frequencies has subliminally underlain Horsingdon's airwaves - a hidden acoustic topography populated by strange (and untraceable) sonic teratoma, whose intrusions into the phonic oneiroscapes of the local population have been a source of torment, madness, and horrible enlightenment.

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