The 77 Days Answer Comes on Monday (Uh… Tuesday)
I just learned about the 77 Days videos, which hint that something is going to happen on Monday. It reminds me of when I was in elementary school, and the Book of Nostradamus had predicted something to happen on a certain day. I wanted to stay home, certain that it meant the end of the world, but my parents packed me off to elementary school, promising to run and fetch me if the world ended. I spent all of recess staring at the sky. Nothing ever happened.
But viral Internet projects are very different from a dusty book of prophecies, hundreds of years old. This creepy site has only been hinting about this date for 77 days.
As in this Monday. [Ha - I got the date wrong. Thank you, Stacie. The 24th is on Tuesday. So I get one extra day to feel uneasy!]
The site creepily states (did I mention this is creepy? And unsettling? And… creepy?)
Well, here you are. Somehow, you stumbled on the mystery of Pronunciation Book and its sudden, unsettling countdown to… something… on September 24th — 77 days from July 9th, 2013 (How To Pronounce 77).
You might’ve thought to yourself, “Why, this looks like fun!” And then you looked closer. Deeper. Now you do not know what to think.
Worry not, intrepid internaut, for help is at hand.
You are one of us now.
Creepier still (creepy!) is the spectrogram that forms from the silences in the pronunciation videos. It’s a man with the word “Tomorrow” written over his eyes. The image is in that link.
Theories abound about the meaning, from the freaky to the terrifying to the commercial. It could be a viral campaign for a movie or it could be the release of a news story.
But whatever it is, it’s unsettling. And I don’t like feeling unsettled.