When the transmitter on MCR’s website was still active, if you hit the flashing numbers in a certain way, it would reveal the code “017602783136.” What most of us didn’t realize was that it wasn’t just a string of numbers–it was also a phone number. If you called the number “1 760 278 3136,” you’d hear a muffled transmission. Some of the words are hard to make out, but the word “Draculoid” is quite clear. One fan realized that the recording contained Morse code, and translated it to the following:
… …. . .. … … ._ .._. . ._ ._ ._
S H E I S S A F E A A A or maybe
SHE IS SAFE AAA
Another fan pointed out that “AAA” means “stop.” I don’t know how long this recording had been active, but it essentially told us the fate of the girl after the “SING” video.
At the time of writing this, you can actually still call the number and hear the transmission yourself. Or you can simply listen to the recording above!
Have I mentioned how much I love danger days’ concept?
Have I mentioned how much I love danger days’ aesthetic?
Have I mentioned how much I love danger days headcanons and theories on this website?
Have I mentioned how much I love all the danger days fanart out there?
Have I mentioned how much I love danger days?
Love, gimme love Gimme love, I don’t need it But I’ll take what I want from your heart And I’ll keep it in a bag, in a box Put an “X” on the floor Gimme more, gimme more, gimme more Shut up and sing it with me