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  • Hey, what's up, you guys?

  • Welcome back.

  • Now, today we're gonna be talking about a lot of different conspiracy theories, but one of them might be the most requested.

  • We're also gonna be talking about a very scary theory involving one of the biggest bully groups of all time.

  • BTS.

  • And we're gonna be talking about more 9 11 predictions that you are not gonna believe.

  • And we're even gonna be talking about social media conspiracies with YouTube.

  • James.

  • Charles.

  • What now, before we get started, once again, I have to say, these are all just theories.

  • Them fax, and they're not meant to hurt or harm anyone or any company.

  • All right, let's get started.

  • That's right.

  • The voicemail.

  • This might be one of the most viral conspiracy theories I've ever seen.

  • So I'm gonna do a quick recap if you haven't heard about it, which I'm sure you have now.

  • In March 13th there was a Twitter accounting straightaway owned by a person named.

  • They posted this tweet.

  • I really need you all to listen to this voice, man.

  • I just got I'm deactivating my cell phone service and they posted a video of the voicemail they got and it waas November Echo Romeo, Sierra Oscar.

  • So the voice mail was a series of words, but it's not just random words.

  • This is actually called NATO phonetic alphabet, which is used in military but also sometimes used in customers.

  • So if I was trying to spell my name, I would say See here, Hotel Alfa November Echo so tight translated this message that he got and it said this danger S.

  • O.

  • S.

  • It is dire for you to evacuate, being cautious.

  • They are not human.

  • I know.

  • Creepy now there is also a series of numbers.

  • When they put the numbers into Google maps, it gave them coordinates on the location of Gabe was very close to Malaysia.

  • Now this location was also very close toward the Malaysian flight.

  • 3 70 disappeared.

  • But we're gonna talk about that a minute.

  • Let's go back to time.

  • So he started tweeting direct messages that he was getting that were in other languages and also in Morse code.

  • He took this message that he got an Indonesian and he translated it and Google and it said, and the Post you just shared about the recording on your phone.

  • Then a bunch of people on Twitter started translating the Morse code.

  • They think it said they are taking over April 18th 2018.

  • I know that's what made people go fucking crazy, but it gets even weirder.

  • So three days before this happened, type posted a tweet that said this.

  • Okay, I am sitting in my car right in front of my house and this guy started taking pictures of my house with flash.

  • Then he walked away.

  • It's 3 a.m. I am going to die tonight.

  • And then three days later you got the voice message.

  • All right, so let's go back to what we talked about earlier.

  • Which was the so a girl on Twitter name Erin Mahoney tweeted this kind of close to the last place the Malaysia like 3 70 waas when it lost primary radar contact.

  • So if you don't remember we talked about before, the disappearance of Flight 3 70 is one of the craziest things that's ever happened.

  • In March of 2014 the Malaysian airline Flight 3 70 disappeared into thin air with 239 people.

  • Now, when I say disappeared, I mean literally.

  • After air control lost contact of the plane, we never saw them again.

  • How does that happen?

  • How is a huge plane with 239 people just vanish?

  • Well, then somebody replied, and they said this.

  • What if you're hearing the black box recordings?

  • I don't know what black box recordings are.

  • It's basically recording everything that's happening in the cockpit of the plane so that when the plane crashes or when a plane is hijacked, we have evidence of one window.

  • Now, how did that black box recording get ties?

  • Phone Twitter account called use.

  • Maki said this black box records the last interactions with the plane.

  • That's why it's an S.

  • O.

  • S and save our ship.

  • It was tryingto warn us.

  • A black box also records flight information as well, Which is why it gives coordinates.

  • If these black box recordings match the voice mail.

  • Are you saying that Malaysian flight 3 70 encountered something nonhuman?

  • Yes.

  • The message was saying to evacuate because they are not human.

  • Something or someone on that plane wasn't human.

  • Okay, now this is when it gets really disturbing.

  • So the last conversation between the pilot of Flight 3 70 Air Control was released, and we're going to listen to it right through.

  • For the most part, it seemed pretty standard.

  • Just pilot talking to air control.

  • And then it ends with the pilot saying this.

  • And those were the last words from the pilot before the plane disappeared.

  • Now, if you listen closely to the table here, a few things that seem off in the beginning you can hear the pilot being pretty quick, like he doesn't really stumble over his words or his numbers.

  • Theun.

  • Later, in the conversation near the end, he starts stumbling a little thing he keeps stumbling and adding bums and errors.

  • Then, right before he says, Good night, I hear the sound of another voice.

  • It's really quick, but listen three.

  • One of the theories is that the plane was taken over by someone or something that when it entered the confit, that's why the pilot started to stumble on the cockpit door might have been opened again by the entity and scared the flight attendant.

  • Then the pilot was forced, and the call say good night and go off the radar breaking news Tonight, a Malaysia Airlines flight with 239 people on board, including four Americans, has gone missing.

  • All right, now we have a pretty good theory going right, And we have this voice mail.

  • We have the Malaysia flight information.

  • We have a message that says the world's gonna end on April 18th.

  • All of it is fitting together so perfectly.

  • And then everything starts done.

  • First ties Twitter account was removed.

  • Then people started noticing that the picture up tie on his profile was actually stolen from another Twitter profile Name homicide So that people started saying that Ty was fake.

  • Theun Aaron, the girl figured out that the coordinates were actually close to Malaysia.

  • Tweeted this.

  • Can we all just agree that it isn't true?

  • I regret ever saying this.

  • It was literally the most far fetched conspiracy theory and I don't even believe it.

  • But then, in a tweet posted by homocide, he says that it was him that got the voice mails and it is really But it's gone too far.

  • I am so confused.

  • Who is Ty who is home aside?

  • Why did Aaron out of nowhere?

  • Say, never mind.

  • It's not really.

  • And if this all is one big elaborate hoax who started it?

  • So to clear everything up and figure this all out, I decided to go straight to the face from the picture.

  • Does he tie is a homicide?

  • I don't know, but we're about to find out.

  • Okay?

  • I'm in front of my sky and I have ties or whoever he is Skype name, and I'm about to call.

  • See?

  • This is Oh, my God.

  • It's the guy from the picture.

  • You're riel.

  • Yeah.

  • Wait.

  • So your name is time?

  • Yes.

  • My name's okay.

  • So your Twitter name is homocide.

  • Then aware is straight away from Is that Twitter that you see?

  • My Twitter.

  • But it became synonymous with, like, this whole conspiracy theory.

  • So I changed it because I did not believe all of the attention back brought It was a little one for me.

  • I don't even know where to start with this because there's so much.

  • But let's start at the beginning.

  • So it is.

  • You are straight away your time.

  • So how did this all go down?

  • Did this voicemail really happen with this kind of like an inside joke with your friends, and it just went too big.

  • And you were like, Fuck, Well, it was a real voice Mail like that was 100% real.

  • I really received it was picking my younger brother from school.

  • Then when I got home, I just listen to it and it was like, really wild.

  • So I just, you know, screen According I've been posted it online, and I was like, This is really weird And I just was hoping like somebody could tell me what it meant because I had no idea, Right, But it was 100% genuine, like I actually did get the voicemail.

  • Okay, so the voicemail happened.

  • So that was really and then all of like, the figuring out what it means in the flight 3 70 And Stephen Hawking's all that stuff.

  • What?

  • I don't know.

  • Like, I was just kind of, you know, like rolling with it because I thought they were, like, interesting.

  • But I got a little out of hand really quick because people were piecing things together that I don't I don't I don't know where they got it.

  • That makes everything even creepier because I thought you were gonna say, like, Oh, yeah.

  • I mean, my friends, like conspiracy use me, Made this one, and we all kind of coordinated it and stuff.

  • Yeah, I don't I don't even like Well, you like many conspiracies.

  • Look at all.

  • And now you're living one.

  • Now you're in one.

  • Yeah, I was like, I don't want to be a part of, like, some weird, creepy pots that turned into that.

  • Well, you said people were outside of her house taking pictures, right?

  • Was that really did that happen?

  • You know that that really happened.

  • Somebody, like, walked up in front of my house inside.

  • I didn't think anything of yours.

  • Hell, because, like, I don't know why somebody would be walking into my house at three.

  • In the morning.

  • What about the D EMS?

  • You said you were getting G m's with numbers and code and other languages.

  • Was that all Really?

  • Yeah, that was all real, too.

  • And having said I don't think any of the direct messages that I was receiving on Twitter where anything credible, I think it was just people, you know, kind of jumping onto it because like a lot of the accounts that were messaging me.

  • We're, like, just created and stuff and they were using, like, poor grammar and the languages that they were messaging me.

  • And so I think people were just, you know, jumping onto it and using Google translate to try and scare me.

  • Well, the actual voice mail itself like that could have been created by somebody as, like, a prank or something, and they could have planned out.

  • This whole thing kind of used you as the way to get it out there.

  • Yeah, and that's the thing is, I don't think it was anybody that was close to me because the people that I would think would, you know, play a prank on me.

  • They would have told me by now, especially with all the attention that it created.

  • Did you have a Twitter following before this happened?

  • Yeah.

  • I had a few 1000 followers before this.

  • Do you think that somebody I might have found your account or been following you and said, Oh, I want to do this conspiracy about this voice mail and connected Tow the Malaysian flight, do all these things.

  • How do I get this out there.

  • Oh, he has some followers.

  • Let me send him this voicemail, and he'll probably tweet about it on they put you inside of a conspiracy.

  • That's so scary.

  • It definitely was a little shocking to me, and I kind wasn't just going to totally.

  • But are you getting calls from, like, news outlets and stuff like, Hey, man, what?

  • You lie about this?

  • Why did you create this whole thing?

  • Yeah, I got.

  • First of all, I got so many, like, hateful messages from people because they thought I was trolling and, like, you know, just putting on like some big crank.

  • And people were being like homophobe to me.

  • They were even messaging my boyfriend, saying a bunch of people shoot him.

  • A lot of people accuse me of, like, faking it all and like, like piecing everything together and all that, and I mean, it really does look like that.

  • Like, it really looks like it was something very elaborating on out and everything, but like, I didn't think anything.

  • And I I guess people think like I'm that smart.

  • Like I'm gonna crease.

  • Great.

  • What about your family and friends?

  • Like we're your family?

  • Like what the hell is going on?

  • My family was, like, really confused at first.

  • My step mom was so convinced that I had planned this whole thing out.

  • My dad kind of was like, lacking about me, like, you know, being famous now because he was, like, showing the articles about it.

  • My grandmother was very standoffish.

  • She had not.

  • She did not want anything to do with it.

  • G tried to avoid it at all because she didn't want me to do this interview.

  • Oh, well, I'm glad that people now know that you didn't do this, and you don't deserve haste.

  • And you were just living your life.

  • And you have a weird You know, that's really why I did it.

  • Because I just wanted people to know the truth and, you know, stop accusing me of faking it.

  • Because, like, I don't have to be Oh, you know?

  • So now that we know that tie Israel and that he actually did get that voice mail, we have no idea who sent it.

  • Wasn't somebody that wanted all of us to be talking about this and was using tie as like the way to get to us.

  • I mean, it is crazy to think about somebody taking a social media person and throwing them into a conspiracy theory without them even knowing what was going on.

  • But you know what?

  • It wouldn't be the first time they put you inside of me.

  • That's okay.

  • I'm just getting BTS fans, calm down.

  • Don't kill me.

  • That's not the actual theory.

  • I just wanted to scare.

  • You know, I'm not saying GTs is fake, and I'm not saying they're clones or that they're Illuminati puppets.

  • The theory is actually way creepier than that.

  • There might be really stalkers pretending to be members of BTS just to get closer to their fans.

  • Now, before I go into this, have to do that disclaimer one more time.

  • This is not a fax.

  • It is just a theory.

  • Nuts.

  • There's an app called Get on that.

  • It's an app where you can text your favorite singers or actors or BTS members, and they will actually text you back.

  • And it has one of the creepiest commercials I've ever seen by duty.

  • Now the AP claims that you're only talking to bots, not real people, And some of the conversation started out sweet.

  • Don't be sad So lucky to have you so lucky to be your love And then the box says, Walk with me I'll be by your side Fan says forever forever.

  • Then they started getting progressively creepier.

  • This conversation was between a Bott named John Cook who is from the band.

  • BTS butchered that name.

  • Sorry.

  • And one of the fans.

  • Good.

  • That sounds good.

  • You sound better.

  • What do you mean?

  • Oh, your Dodgers?

  • Yes.

  • Are you watching me, then?

  • The conversation's got good afternoon.

  • Any?

  • You just woke up?