Creepy Video Puzzle With Mysterious Origins Stumps Internet

Just in time for Halloween, a creepy video puzzle containing dark Satanic imagery and threatening coded messages allegedly arrived at a Sweden-based tech blog GadgetZZ. The DVD is a two-minute grainy video of a person dressed as a medieval plague doctor raising their right hand to reveal a blinking light in their palm. It’s accompanied by a soundtrack of screeching white noise, which was found to have hidden messages within it, such as the image of a person being tortured and threatening text messages.


There are several hidden messages within the video clip as well, including one frame flashing coded coordinates and strings of Morse code. Reddit users worked to decode them and discovered that the strings of Morse code read “RED LIPSLIKE TENTH” and the coded coordinates are those of the White House.

The plot thickens.

This video has even been uploaded to internet at least twice before. The oldest known version was posted to YouTube by a user with the account name AETBX and includes a unique watermark. The YouTube video’s title and description is in binary code and when translated into Spanish the title reads “Muerte,” which means “Death,” and the description says “Te queda 1 año menos,” which translates to “You have one year left, or less.”

Seven days. 

When asked why he posted the video, AETBX said that a girl he knows sent the video file to him after finding the DVD in a park outside Spain. He says he didn’t make the video, and doubts GadgetZZ’s story about it being sent to him, as the video is spreading all over the internet.

Theories as to the video’s origin run the spectrum of fun prank to marketing stunt. All we know about it thus far is that it’s eerily well executed and was shot in Otwock, Poland. As for the who and why? A total mystery.

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Nate Fanfare

I actually employ Anne Frank cosplay in my sexual fantasies.


Do we get an idea of who halloween doesn’t include? I’m not trolling, I’m seriously curious.

Eric Karnes

The letters the school sent out just said it wasn’t inclusive of all students without specifying. My assumption was they meant the very religious. Fundamentalist Christians, Jews and Muslims all pretty much think Halloween is evil, though mainstream members of all three faiths have no problem with it. The line about “out of our ordinary routine and can be difficult for many students” probably means kids on the autism spectrum. But they didn’t mention any group, just that it wasn’t “inclusive”, or I’d have included that.


Interesting – cheers mate for taking the time to reply.


Liberalism kills/destroys/infects everything it touches. Good thing this school is not in session on the 4th of July. They would KILL that holiday celebration because it doesn’t “include” kids from other countries or some other PC BS.


” teachers told the principal it felt awkward planning something not everyone would enjoy.” So math tests are out, too? Seriously, is there ANY activity that ALL the students enjoy? At some point you have to say, sorry Joe, everyone else wants to do X, either go along or don’t.


Did lol, take an upvote

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