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Friday, 31 May 2013

Persephone Numbers Station @ 2chan

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Introduction:

The video you see above is the famous Persephone Numbers Station (if you don't know what numbers station is, read here). 

Among the "2 channellers" who watched this, one person saw something in it that others could not see.

Find out all about it below!


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454 :estuarine goby*1 (Kanagawa)*2[sage]:2010/06/09 (Wed) 06:37:48.47 ID:Gy6nGKNI
I don't quite get either >>17 or >>37
Is it just because I'm dumb? 


461 : Black carp [sage]:2010/06/09 (Wed) 06:41:27.61 ID:oE+OQR6l
Maybe you don't feel scared because it's getting lighter outside
I can't believe I've wasted so much time on this crappy thread


462 :Upside-down catfish(Nagaya)[sage]:2010/06/09(Wed) 06:41:41.96 ID:PNLR+93Y
>>17 isn't scary but
you must be mad if you don't get scared of >>37
I bet you're the imperturbable type who wouldn't flinch even if a dead body started moving


468 : estuarine goby(Kanagawa)[sage]:2010/06/09(Wed) 06:44:49.61 ID:Gy6nGKNI
>>462 of course I'd be scared if a dead body started moving
but you won't get goosebumps only by watching a naked woman wiggling although it might get you a boner


473 : Pearlfish(Hiroshima):2010/06/09(Wed) 06:46:14.36 ID:oTsLXuTY
>>468
What? Naked?

 
475 :estuarine goby(Kanagawa)[sage]:2010/06/09(Wed) 06:47:25.12 ID:Gy6nGKNI
>>473
What?  You're talking about >>37 right?


484 : Escolar(Tokyo)[sage]:2010/06/09(Wed) 06:51:40.59 ID:M23jtbl/
>>475
You're freaking me out  more than the video.....


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Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Late-Night Snack

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I heard this from my friend.

He was studying hard in his room, preparing for an upcoming exam, when around 2 in the night there were knockings on the door, and he heard his mother saying:
"Honey, I brought you some food. Open the door." (The door was locked.)
But he didn't want to take a break just yet, so he told her:
"Can you leave it there?"
Soon he heard her patter down the stairs.

And then around three, he again heard her knocking on the door.
She said, "Honey, I brought you some snack. Open the door."
But my friend answered, "I don't want any snack."
His mother went,
"Shut up! Just open the door!! Open it!! Open it, damn it!!!!"
She suddenly went berserk and started yelling at the top of her lungs.

He was shocked and nearly opened the door, but felt something was wrong and stopped himself.
Then this time she began to plead in a teary voice,
"Please......honey.......open the.....door........"    
However, after about 10 minutes:
"Tut!"
He heard her click her tongue and patter down the stairs.

Immediately after that he remembered that his parents were both away at his grandparents' place for the night.
He said he didn't know what would have happened to him if he'd let her in at the time.

Sunday, 26 May 2013

How to Go to Another World: The Black Telephone Version

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【Things You Need】

■ A black rotary dial telephone
■ A paper and a pen
■ Two black cords, each measuring more than 40cm
■ A watch

Note:
● This ritual won't work if you are carrying salt with you.
● Do it in an empty house that has four rooms or more.
● Shut the curtains of all rooms before starting the ritual.
● Turn off all lights except the ones in the place where you have the black telephone (this place can be anywhere, including a room, a corridor, and a hall).


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Tuesday, 21 May 2013

The Endless Corridor

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A true story, happened 6 years ago.

I got into a hotel elevator, meaning to go up from the 2nd floor to the 4th floor.
I pressed the 4th floor button and the the up-direction arrow lit up.
But the elevator started going down by itself.

It stopped on the 1st floor.
I assumed it would go up if I waited so I didn't get out.
Soon I felt the elevator start to go down again, and this time the door opened.
And I saw a long, gloomy corridor stretching endlessly ahead of me and felt goosebumps break out on my skin.

I took one step out of the elevator and looked around but saw nothing.
I knew something wasn't right but my fear kept me from venturing out more, and I went back inside; and as soon as I was in, the door shut by itself.
I didn't press any buttons but the elevator started ascending and stopped on the 1st floor.

I was a bit creeped out so I went to look for my mum who was shopping on the 2nd floor.
When she heard my story she said,
"Huh? I think this hotel doesn't have basement floors."

I'm glad I didn't get out at the floor with the corridor.

Monday, 20 May 2013

1STPAI

1STPAI is a hiden track found in the game Taiko: Drum Master  (or Taiko no Tatsujin) for Nintendo Wii 2.
Apparently, you need to analyze the data itself in order to find it.
(No one knows for what purpose the track was left in there)

The music is a mixture of the sound of laughters and heavy footfalls, plus a snippet from Verdi's Requiem.

It sounds VERY CREEPY so I don't advise you to listen to it at night.





It seems you're supposed to pronounce the title as "First-Pie."
The rumour says that the game's manufacturer (Namco), when the existence of 1STPAI became known, made an official announcement saying that it was a track they used when they ran a test, and they just forgot to delete it afterwards, but who would compose such a creepy music just to run a test? The truth is in the dark!

Saturday, 18 May 2013

Memory Loss

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Auntumn, 2001.
I had caught a cold and was on my way to a hospital in Okubo.*1 I was standing inside a train on Seibu-Shinjuku line*2.
Then my head started to throb intensely and I shut my eyes tight to endure the pain.
That was as far as I remember, and the next thing I knew, it was already sunset and I was surrounded by an unfamiliar landscape.

I was wearing clothes I didn't remember buying, and my hair had gone from black to light brown although I had never dyed my hair.
I panicked and ran into the nearest ramen*3 shop and asked the owner where I was.
I was near Fukushima Station in Osaka city,*4 and one year had elapsed. My mobile phone had been switched to a different model.

In the contact list I found more than ten phone numbers, all of which had one-letter names such as "M" or "H,"*5 but found no phone numbers of family or acquaintances.
For some reason I got scared of those strange phone numbers so I threw the phone away. I called home from the police station.

My family were all shocked too. They had already been to the police to file a missing persons report.
Anyway I'm now back at home, and still go to the mental hospital for monthly checkups.
I couldn't go back to my original job so I'm now working for a temp agency.



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*1 - Okubo (大久保): a town in Tokyo.
*2 - Seibu-Shinjuku Line (西武新宿線): A railway line running from Tokyo to Saitama (Wiki).
*3 - Ramen (ラーメン): A popular Japanese noodle dish (Wiki).
*4 -Osaka (大阪): One of the major cities of Japan, located in the west of Japan's mainland and very far away from Tokyo. (Wiki). For Fukushima Station see Wiki
*5 - M or H: The original Japanese words are ま or ひ (pronounced "ma" or "hi"). I translated them as M or H because if I write  "ma" or "hi" they won 't be "one-letter."

Some people guess that the author might have been suffering from "fugue state."

Thursday, 16 May 2013

I Cannot Love My Child

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My father was a manic-depressive.

When my fiance and I decided to tie the knot, my family and my fiance's family got together for the first time to have a meal.

My father was trying very hard to be entertaining. When my father had me he was already 50 years old, and during the war time he was a college student. He said he managed to evade the draft because he was yet to reach the minimum draft age, but those were very hard times and they barely had enough to eat.

My father was probably becoming too excited as he spoke about those hard times and at one point he cracked up saying, "Once I was so hungry that I caught a cat in a trap and ate it."  Until then I had never heard such a story from him, and also it was such an inappropriate subject to mention at the occasion that I was shocked and afraid what my fiance's parents' reaction would be.
Meanwhile my father, realising what he had just said, suddenly fell silent. His hands were shaking violently as he uttered, "P...please, take care of my daughter, please." And with that he got up and left the room.

After that both my mother and I had to spend many long mintues apologizing to the other family. "What a funny thing he's just said..... I hope you don't mind!"

My father didn''t come back for a long time.
I began to worry about him and asked my fiance to come with me to look for him.

My father meanwhile had hanged himself by his tie.

Under normal circumstances we wouldn't have got married but by then I was already pregnant so we decided to just register our marriage, omitting the ceremony.
A year later I gave birth to a son but he looks so much like my father that I cannot bring myself to love him.

Tuesday, 14 May 2013

The Hotel Room

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(This is a cryptic story)


Before a business trip, my colleague told me that the hotel at which I was staying was haunted.
That night I was trembling from fear as I went to bed.

Sure enough, in the middle of the night, I heard some knockings on the door.
At first I thought it was someone from the hotel service and I asked the person what he wanted, but there was no answer.
I was afraid to look in the direction of the door and ended up just lying there awake, while the relentless knocking continued throughout the night.
In the morning, as soon as the knocking halted, I hurried to the front desk and checked out.
 
I told my colleague about the knocking after I got back and he said, "I knew this would happen," and he told me a story about an incident that happened at the hotel long time ago.
The hotel was once set on fire and there was a guy who failed to escape.
This guy unfortunately got trapped inside his room and died right there.

Phew, that was close. It makes me shudder to think what would've happened to me if I'd opened that door.

Sunday, 12 May 2013

Hi guys!

Long time no see.
How are you all doing??

Sorry for all the worries I've caused.

I'm gonna explain to you what's been happening with me, within a few days.

Meanwhile take care, and thank you for all your support.

Love,
Saya

(P.S. I've posted a new episode of My Master Series below. I hope you enjoy reading it!)

My Master Series Episode 8: "Aruku"

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I knew one senpai*1 who was going out with a very eccentric girl.
This senpai was my Master in the Way of Occult, and according to his own words the girl possessed "greater power than him."
I will name her "Aruku-san*2" here, for convinience. I remember her field of study was some sort of Literature but I forgot what she exactly specialized in.

Soon after I entered the university I had a chance to be alone with Aruku-san in the club room.
She was a beautiful girl for sure, but her forever expressionless face made it difficult to read her thoughts and for that reason I wasn't particularly fond of her.

She was typing something in on her laptop when she suddenly looked up and said some weird stuff.
"The words - they keep coming into my mouth."
Eh?
'"Sometimes at night, when I am typing, the words I have just written start floating up in the air and then they all start coming into my mouth."
"Um.....OK..."
What the hell?
"Do you understand? And they don't stop. They grow in number and become a lot more than I have originally written. They keep coming in and in and I can't shut my mouth while they are doing it; that is what I find most frightening."
She was dead serious.
At the time the word "denpa" *3 was yet to become popular but she was a true denpa alright.
Yet, to be fair, she wasn't just your ordinary crazy person.
She was unbelievably smart. More than once I saw her defeat my master in debates.

Aruku-san was also someone who possessed an uncanny intuition.
She could tell when buses were late*4 , and also when one time we were watching TV she suddenly told me to change the channel and the moment I did so we got to see a famous baseball player hit a homerun. These kinds of strange coincidences often happened around her.

Once I lightly asked my master, "What is Aruku-san, really?"
"You know Edgar Cayce*5?" He said.
"Of course I know him. The guy who has prophetic dreams and gives readings while in a trance, right?"
"She's probably the same, that Aruku."

"What do you mean?"
"I wish I could let you see her while she's sleeping. It's terrifying."
I didn't understand what he meant by "terrifying" but he dodged my question.
"Edgar Cayce isn't my area of study but I think she didn't aquire it like him. She was born with it."
"What? Does she have prohetic dreams?"
"I don't know what it is. I don't know whether she is sleeping or awake when she does it. But she sometimes gets it right, and other times gets it wrong. Maybe her state is close to what you are like when you are having that virtual experience during sleep paralysis."

I often had this experience during the sleep paralysis, where I thought I had got up when in fact I was still in bed. Sometimes this went on for a long time, and at its worst I would spend one whole day in this state and then wake up to find all my time getting rewound to the beginning of the day.  During high school years I recorded my experiences on a notebook and was making a study out of it.
My master somehow got really interested in this notebook and had often pestered me to hand it over to him; so in the end I relented and gave it to him as he wished.
When I think about it now, he probably wanted my notebook as a material to use for his study on Aruku-san's powers.

"I see. You just want to keep Aruku-san all to yourself, don't you, senpai?"
He grinned, took out a floppy disk out of his pocket, and waved it in the air.
That was too timely and I think that floppy disk was just a bluff, but there is no doubt he was keeping some sort of files on Aruku-san.

But the creepiest thing was just after I graduated she warned me, "Beware of  flood."
I had forgotten about her warning until now, but at the moment I'm back in my hometown after I've failed to find a job in the city, and our house is situated in a place where if a big earthquake hit might sink underwater. The next earthquake's victims in my area has recently been estimated as 30,000 people at most.  What am I gonna do? I'm so scared. How many years will it be before the earthquake hit us? *sobs*


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*1 Senpai :(先輩) an honorific term applied to a senior student by a junior student (for more info see wikipedia)
*2 Aruku-san: literally translated as "Miss Walk," where "san" is a common honorific denoting "Mr, Mrs, Ms, Miss," and "Aruku (歩く)" is a verb meaning "to walk".  I have no idea why the narrator chose such a word for a psuedonym.
*3 denpa :(電波) literally "radio wave", it is a slung denoting a crazy person. A term is derived from the fact that delusional people often talk about dangerous radio waves invading their lives.
*4 Fortunately, Japanese buses are in general very punctual and late buses are rare occurences. 
*5 Edgar Cayce: an American  psychic who allegedly had the ability to give answers to questions on subjects such as healing, wars, and even had visions of the world's end (wikipedia)