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'''Bob Anderstein''' is a character heard on the [[Signal Oscar Zulu|Oscar Zulu]] frequency originating at the radio station of the same name.
 
'''Bob Anderstein''' is a character heard on the [[Signal Oscar Zulu|Oscar Zulu]] frequency originating at the radio station of the same name.
   
 
==Background==
 
==Background==
During the [[Great War]], Anderstein and his family took refuge in a drainage chamber outside of [[Washington, D.C.]]. At the time of the transmission, his son was sick and dying (presumably from radiation poisoning) and he was using a radio frequency to call for a doctor to come to his family's sewer hideout. However, no help came. One can pick up the frequency and discover the sewer only to find that the whole family is long gone. The parents' skeletons can be found in the bunk room, but not the boys'.
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During the [[Great War]], Anderstein and his family took refuge in a drainage chamber outside of [[Washington, D.C.]]. At the time of the transmission, his son was sick and dying (presumably from radiation poisoning) and he was using a radio frequency to call for a doctor to come to his family's sewer hideout. However, no help came. One can pick up the frequency and discover the sewer only to find that the whole family is long gone. The parents' skeletons can be found in the bunk room, but not the boy's.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

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My family and I, have taken refuge, in a drainage chamber, not too far from a... radio relay tower, outside of D.C.

Bob Anderstein is a character heard on the Oscar Zulu frequency originating at the radio station of the same name.

BackgroundEdit

During the Great War, Anderstein and his family took refuge in a drainage chamber outside of Washington, D.C.. At the time of the transmission, his son was sick and dying (presumably from radiation poisoning) and he was using a radio frequency to call for a doctor to come to his family's sewer hideout. However, no help came. One can pick up the frequency and discover the sewer only to find that the whole family is long gone. The parents' skeletons can be found in the bunk room, but not the boy's.

AppearancesEdit

Bob Anderstein appears only in Fallout 3.

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