Continual Power Surges Force Hartsville, Tennessee’s WJKM Radio to Move

At least sixty birds were found dead with feathers burned and melted, scattered all over the yard around country music radio station WJKM (1090 AM) on July 6, 2001 in Hartsville, Tennessee. Photograph © 2001 by David Randall.
At least sixty birds were found dead with feathers burned and melted, scattered all over the yard around country music radio station WJKM (1090 AM) on July 6, 2001 in Hartsville, Tennessee. Photograph © 2001 by David Randall.

July 18, 2001  Hartsville, Tennessee ­ Today I learned from Ted Randall that dead birds with burned wings were found all over Hartsville's city park, a diameter of at least a mile. In fact, in the afternoon of that same day, power surges and dimming lights were reported at an insurance company more than a mile from WJKM. This afternoon, I talked with Ted Randall and Dave Fluehe, owner of Dave's Covert Surveillance in Hartsville who provides electronic camera and video security monitoring equipment to businesses. On July 6 in the afternoon, Dave Fluehe was in an insurance company more than a mile away from WJKM when more electronic interference occurred.

 

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