Man Cracks Strange Coded Voicemail He Got And It's Deeply Disturbing
By Dave Basner
March 16, 2018
When most people get a message from an unknown number, it's either a telemarketer or a hang-up, but a voicemail a man named Ty received is unlike any other.
It sounds like gibberish since it's just a bunch of letters from the phonetic alphabet and some numbers, but when Ty wrote it all down, the message it spelled out was deeply disturbing.
It literally translates to "Danger SOS it is dire for you to evacuate be cautious they are not human SOS danger SOS" and then gives coordinates... i am throwing my phone away— Ty (@strayedaway) March 14, 2018
Things got even stranger after his tweet started going viral and he got a message in Indonesian. He used Google Translate to understand it and was once again shook.
Ty also remembered that in the middle of the night a few days earlier he had seen someone taking photos of his house.
It was all pretty weird but seemed to just be a strange occurrence with everyone jokingly telling Ty to destroy his phone.
However, people who read about Ty's voicemail looked into things more and the story went from bizarre to bone-chilling.
Also and this is just to add on to my theory because a black box records and audio message it also records flight information as well, which is why it gives coordinates— Uzumaki (@jvstinfox) March 15, 2018
This is where it gets a little more far out, it’s an unknown number, now a unknown number isn’t always a blocked number, a computer will still read it as unknown— Uzumaki (@jvstinfox) March 15, 2018
The Twitter user went on to point out how nature might have a role in all of the weird activity.
So with more electromagnetic activity in the air this is why random people would be getting this call because the signal would be amplified and sent farther ranges, with the solar flares happening closer to Southern Asia/Australia this is why it’s happening now— Uzumaki (@jvstinfox) March 15, 2018
Ty has not gotten any more calls or messages, but just the original one is enough to leave the internet curious and afraid.
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