By assembling our research in formatted segments prior to publication as a single manuscript published as a printed volume, several questions have come to light that ordinarily would never have been asked.
One key question is why was it necessary to misdirect attention away from the real reason why 'Radio Caroline' was created in 1964, when 'Radio Atlanta' had made more than one attempt to get on the air? The answer to that question involves an understanding of purpose of intent: Why were several people interested in starting an offshore radio station in those first years of the Sixties?
Then there is a question involving the issue of division of those interests, and the formation of two distinct 'voices' that identified the intentions of the two stations: 'Radio Atlanta' and 'Radio Caroline'. Little attention has been paid to those two 'voices', but they were very different, and only one of them survived 1964 in the United Kingdom.
Neither of them were involved with broadcasting, or transmission equipment, but both of them represented two distinct sets of financial interests, and that is what we will begin to unravel in the days ahead.
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