What are some mysterious sites with no explanation /x/?The strangest one I found was oct282011.com (went offline in 2015, archive here: https://web.archive.org/web/20120814122047/http://oct282011.com/)It had a phone number you could call and apparently you could hear something being dragged around before the phone hung up and it had cryptic and nonsense messages that changed nearly daily, photos of college campuses and Schrödinger's cat and a blog where you could "Record your awakening)
>>22344376bump because i love stuff like this
>>22344376You still here OP?Have you tried the links?
>>22346315This was (attempted) viral marketing for the "Tomorrowland" movie.
>>22346007I've gone through all the links of it on the Wayback Machine.
>>22346281what should I send
it's like a time machine
>>22351397Not mysterious. Google literally tells you that it's a private forum made by a gamefaqs user and there are pics of the forum online.
>>22350296Is this another one of those silver ladder tests?
>>22344376http://973-eht-namuh-973.com/ it does have some kid of explanation though
>>22353187Number theory autism.
>>22353517nah, that's math this is something else
>>22344376Bumping because i love shit like this. a needed thread on /x/
>>22351528an elegant sitefor a more civilized age
>>22351377Regardless of what you send, I highly doubt that you will get a response. The wayback machine has captures of this site from as early as 2000. What makes it strange is that it's been around for so damn long.>>22353517Numerology != Number theory.
>>22353187there's an old hippy, surrealist artist behind it, a brit named David Denison. the site is freakishly huge.I don't remember much about a number theory or numerology explanation. But there are articles about him/the site, iirc. There's also a link from the site where you can see his hidden artworks posted throughout... I'll have to look for it.b t w, good thread topic, bump when needed to keep it alive a long time.
alright, you anons have no excuses now (especially you, OP.)Here is another needed bump, and a gift for you darling /x/ children. https://archive.4plebs.org/x/thread/13364228/#13380932>Haunted websiteslist of "haunted" sites fill the first two posts in this 2013 dump threadBasically this thread became /x/'s old stickyand two I found recently, not super spooky, but easy to get lost clicking around in.https://jacobsm.com/deoxy/deoxy.org/deoxy.htmhttp://reoxy.org/
>>22346281I opened it on the phone and in the "gandalf is busy" page, when clicking it, it requested access to my contacts' list wtf
>>22358774It opens a mailto link. Not too common these days.
I remember The Clothes Store. I don't have the screenshots anymore, though
>>223443764chan. its fundamental personality has changed so drastically over the last couple years that i cant recognize it for what it was anymore. nothing is the same and its forever changing. i can understand that more people have found an unexplored virtual space or maybe i should say that this virtual space has found and unexplored mass of people willing to explore and interact with it and its been filled like a vacuum. but like any other site, people occupy it for a reason. the only thing that has not changed is me understanding those reasons and satisfying whatever there is to satisfy when it comes to peoples interest with the nonphysical world.
>>22358907Anonymity brings people's real thoughts and interests to the forefront. 4chan is just a looking-glass into the minds of the public. It's not 4chan that has changed, it's the zeitgeist.