Some kind of propagated buzzing/arcing type interference has been reported in the range of 3875 to 3900Kc. It is pretty wide banded and moves around somewhat, showing up pretty regularly when the band goes long. Apparently this has been going on for quite a while, sometimes quite strong in signal strength. "Tonight the interference signal was VERY strong allowing me to hear some very weak/distorted bible beater audio artifacts in the signal. I was able to match the artifacts to WWCR on 3215Kc. The WWCR audio content was identical to the severely distorted artifacts I was hearing in the interference. This was confirmed with both voice and music content. The same type of buzzing/arcing noise heard in the 3885Kc area could just be heard in the low level audio when the modulation on the 3215Kc transmitter would drop down and the audio content was minimal. Looking at the 3215Kc AM signal with the spectrum analyzer revealed the same type of pulses and interference peaks embedded in their sidebands as shown in the 3885Kc area... Every one around here has been hearing it for months on end. Even Tim has complained about it at times. At last I found out what is causing it now." I haven't heard it, but haven't listened on 75 past few nights due to lightning QRN. Map shows vast swathes of thunderstorms, and tornadoes reported to the south. I'll make it a point to listen the next few evenings, but if propagation goes long as usual lately, it's less than 50 miles away and may be skipping over me. Has anyone else heard this?