So I was trying to figure out the reason why my old (and probably sufficiently damaged) needle on my phonograph (turntable) was not working like it was a little while ago.
With my headphones on, I was playing around with it and happened to touch two of the leads on the underbody of the needle.
All of a sudden, a man's voice was speaking to me in a muffled, mid-pass tone, slightly audible but definitely discernible (talking about the "nightmares of the Obama regime" or something odd like that).
The voices only occurred when I was in contact with both leads.
Why is this? Did I turn myself into a giant watery antenna? I know phonographs have some interesting physics to them, but this is a new one. Why is it so clear? I can hardly get old analog radios to focus cleanly, let alone my own body. Is there a natural resonance that caused such a clear audio frequency to be heard?