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Exclusive photos of the room where that disturbing video puzzle was created
Our first confirmed look inside the room where the disturbing video was shot.
Following our previous reports on the creepy video puzzle that is driving Internet sleuths mad, the Daily Dot has obtained some exclusive photographs of the room now confirmed to be the location where the video was shot.
The video, which depicts a hooded figured in a plague-era doctor’s mask, is filled with puzzles. Decoding the contents has revealed satanic dialogue along with threats, including an anagram of “KILL THE PRESIDENT.”
Despite many of the video’s cryptic puzzles already having been solved, any clues as to who created the video or why remain elusive. Exen told the Daily Dot that there were several other individuals at the location when these new photographs were taken, but as the abandoned building is a well-known spot for thrill-seekers, that isn’t particularly unusual.
Aside from the graffiti, nothing at the location appeared to be a clue. The decrepit building is quite literally falling apart, so it’s difficult to determine if anything of significance remains uncovered at the site, but the visit yielded little in the way of concrete evidence.
Exen noted that all additional photos of the visit will be posted via his Twitter account to help puzzle solvers reach a conclusion.
Screencap via AETBX/YouTube
Mike Wehner is a former tech editor for the Daily Dot who now writes for BGR. His work has appeared everywhere from Yahoo to CNN, and there’s a good chance his Apple Watch is dead right now.