recorded with a mobile phone

What are these creepy sounds in Plymouth, UK?

Joao Caetano managed to make a recording of the eerie sound on his mobile phone. The city, which is situated on the southern coast of England, is certainly no stranger to this unusual “Plymouth Hum”- an ominous low droning sound that authorities have been struggling to explain for years.

Various theories have been put forward in an attempt to explain these horrifying noises, but none have been conclusive. What’s creepier, is that these aren’t the only unexplained tones bellowing from the skies. [Video Comp.]

The drummers (Part 1)

Request: helloo, can you do one that the reader is a drummer of a band too and they met on a festival and they battle and stuff ahahha sorry if its too much

Warnings: None, I think…


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“Hi guys!” you screamed hapily while you recorded with your mobile phone. “We’re in a music festival being the guests for the first time as a band!” 

 Your best friend and bandmate, Lisa screamed with excitement while she walked behind of you so she could appear in the video too. It was the first time that you and Lisa went to a music festival as the guests of it, you two always had to pay to watch your favourite bands and now you were the favourite band of lots of people. Two teenagers’ dream were becoming real. 

 You wanted to record everything you saw to post it on YouTube, on one of the daily videos that you both usually filmed. You two could get into the V.I.P. areas of the festival, so it was very possible that you would meet some of your favourites artists that day. The hype was real. 

 “We’ve already arrive at our first day in the festival and we can’t be more excited.” you explained to the camera. “Now we’re going into one of the exclusive areas of the place. Maybe we’ll meet someone cool.” 

 “If I see Halsey I will bite her!” Lisa shouted and caused that some people turned their heads to look at her. You couldn’t stop laughing. 

 You had to stop recording because you arrived at the V.I.P. area. After some people checked your accreditations, finally you could get in. Not only artist were there, a lot of youtubers, viners and that stuff where there too. You saw that girl called Gabbie recording with her mobile. She realised about you and Lisa and she went directly at you two. “Hi!” she said with excitement. 

“I can’t believe that I’m talking to you.” 

 “Hey, we know you!” you smiled while hugging her. “I’ve watched your videos.”

 Gabbie hugged Lisa too, she seemed to be happy to see you two. And that make you feel good with yourselves, you two were doing things in the right way.

 “Girls, I’m obsessed with you two! You’ve become one of my favourite bands now! I swear that when I listened to your songs for the first time I got in love with Lisa’s voice. And I’m impressed in how good you are playing drums, (Y/N)!”

 You kept talking with her for a while. She was pretty nice, even she recorded you two to be in her video. But after a few minutes, a security guy came into you and said that someone wanted to see you and Lisa. So you had to say goodbye to Gabbie and follow the security man. 

 “My gosh, this place is huge.” Lisa whispered. She grabbed you by the arm and walked really close to you. “Who you think it is? That ‘someone’ who wants to see us.” 

 “I dunno. Let’s discover it.” 

 The mans guided you to a zone full of little trailers. Maybe one of those was yours. The security guy pointed you a trailer with his finger and said that there was where you had to go. So you did, you went there. Before doing anything, you two got mentally prepared for whatever you could see on the inside, then Lisa knocked in the door.

 Like If he was an angel, Josh Dun appeared in front of you view. You had to get sure that your mouth wasn’t opened. 

 “Oh, hello there.” he exclaimed. “You’re here!” 

 He went out of the trailer and hugged you two. “I’m grateful to see you, girls.”

 “You are?” Lisa asked. “I mean – Why would you – I’d better shut up.” 

 Josh laughed. “I’m a fan of yours. Your music is amazing.” 

 “Aww. Your band is fine too, Josh.” you joked causing him to laugh again. “Now being serious, are you the one who wanted to see us?”

 “Yeah. As soon as I’ve heard that you were going to be here today I sent someone to find you.” 

 “I want to ask why, but my brain is telling to me that I don’t really want to know the answer.” 

 In fact, you knew why Josh wanted to see you. Once in a interview, you said that you could beat him in a drum battle. 

 “I saw the video. And I accept your challenge.”

[Translation] Think Note Vol.51: Bag

Yamada talks about what he brings with him when he goes out and how he currently enjoys his extensive days off from work, comparing it to his hectic schedules. Big thanks to weibo user @MoMozzz32 for the clear scanlation. Don’t forget ask permission & give credit if reposting or retranslating to another blog/page. Enjoy this translation! 😁😁😁

Having all his strength inside was confusing, and his head is somehow empty…those things are just right.

On the day of the interview, Yamada brought a bag that was a birthday gift from a [production] staff who is his long-time friend. He told us about a buddy that is always with him recently when he goes out. Then what if he compare his current brain-state to a bag?

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Trump Administration Considers Far-Reaching Steps for ‘Extreme Vetting’

Foreigners who want to visit the U.S., even for a short trip, could be forced to disclose contacts on their mobile phones, social-media passwords and financial records, and to answer probing questions about their ideology, according to Trump administration officials conducting a review of vetting procedures.

The administration also wants to subject more visa applicants to intense security reviews and have embassies spend more time interviewing each applicant. The changes could apply to people from all over the world, including allies like France and Germany.


This will be ineffective. Terrorists will just use burner phones, and lie.

Hell, decent American citizens will use burner phones, or wipe their phones before crossing the border and restore them from the cloud once done. Who wants a civil servant grubbing through their private files?

If the civil liberties issues don’t bug you, consider the economic cost. Already, foreign tourism is slowing. Soon, international companies will decide America is an unfriendly place for business and they’ll decide to go elsewhere. Not all of them, though – the companies that do business with the Trump family and their pals will find their executives get a fast lane through customs with phones unmauled.

[Laura Meckler/The Wall Street Journal].
Trump Administration Considers Far-Reaching Steps for ‘Extreme Vetting’
Foreigners who want to visit the U.S. could be forced to disclose contacts on their mobile phones, social-media passwords and financial records, and to answer probing questions about their ideology, according to Trump administration officials.
By Laura Meckler

Laura Meckler at WSJ

Foreigners who want to visit the U.S., even for a short trip, could be forced to disclose contacts on their mobile phones, social-media passwords and financial records, and to answer probing questions about their ideology, according to Trump administration officials conducting a review of vetting procedures.

The administration also wants to subject more visa applicants to intense security reviews and have embassies spend more time interviewing each applicant. The changes could apply to people from all over the world, including allies like France and Germany.

The measures—whose full scope haven’t yet been publicly discussed—would together represent the “extreme vetting” President Donald Trump has promised. The changes would be sure to generate significant controversy, both at home, from civil libertarians and others who see the questions as overly intrusive, and abroad, with experts warning that other nations could impose similar requirements on Americans seeking visas.

“If there is any doubt about a person’s intentions coming to the United States, they should have to overcome—really and truly prove to our satisfaction—that they are coming for legitimate reasons,” said Gene Hamilton, senior counselor to Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly.

Administration officials say fighting terrorism is an urgent task that justifies tough rules. The review under way aims to replace what the Trump administration sees as a presumption toward letting people into the country toward a more skeptical outlook.

The review was called for in an executive order Mr. Trump signed last month banning travel from six-majority Muslim countries, which he said was needed to guard against terrorism. The order also directed security officials to implement a vetting program that allows for a “rigorous evaluation” of whether applicants support terrorism or present a risk of causing harm.

While much of the order was put on hold by a federal judge in Hawaii, the work to enhance vetting procedures was allowed to proceed.

Homeland Security officials say the agency is planning to significantly increase demands for information from all visa applicants, including visitors, refugees and others seeking to immigrate.

The changes might even apply to visitors from the 38 countries that participate in the Visa Waiver Program, which requires adherence to strict U.S. standards in data sharing, passport control and other factors, one senior official said. That includes some of the U.S.’s closest allies, such as the U.K., Japan and Australia.

The biggest change to U.S. policy would be asking applicants to hand over their telephones so officials could examine their stored contacts and perhaps other information. Visitors have had their phones examined at ports of entry, but that isn’t routinely requested during the application stage.

The goal is to “figure out who you are communicating with,” the senior DHS official said. “What you can get on the average person’s phone can be invaluable.”

A second change would ask applicants for their social-media handles and passwords so that officials could see information posted privately in addition to public posts. DHS has experimented with asking for people’s handles so they can read public posts, but not those restricted to friends.

“We want to say for instance, ‘What sites do you visit? And give us your passwords,’ so that we can see what they do on the internet,” Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said at a congressional hearing in February. “If they don’t want to give us that information then they don’t come.”

In response to Mr. Kelly’s hearing, a coalition of about 50 civil liberties and other groups issued a statement that month saying requiring passwords is “a direct assault on fundamental rights,” including freedom of expression. They also complained that the policy could be mirrored by foreign governments demanding passwords from Americans.

In addition, a DHS inspector general’s report this year found that the agency didn’t properly measure the effectiveness of pilot programs that used social media in visa-application reviews, making it hard to determine if they should be expanded.

Former DHS officials who worked on these issues during the Obama administration said that the information gleaned from telephones and social media could be helpful in assessing threats posed by applicants, but they said there are downsides, too. The effort—particularly the social-media hunt—would be time-consuming, they said, and it could drive people with bad intentions to change their practices.

“The real bad guys will get rid of their phones. They’ll show up with a clean phone,” said Leon Rodriguez, who headed the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services until January and was deeply involved in refugee screening. “Over time, the utility of the exercise will diminish.”

Still, one Obama official said, telephone contacts could be particularly helpful in identifying terrorist ties, as their phone numbers could be run against various U.S. databases.

Already, the State Department has taken small steps toward tighter vetting, according to cables sent from Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to embassies and consulates. In them, he orders officials to identify “applicant populations” that warrant additional scrutiny, according to documents first posted by Reuters. The department hasn’t disputed their contents. He also directs offices to limit the number of interviews scheduled each day to ensure each application is properly scrutinized.

Mr. Tillerson instructed officials to ask visa applicants additional questions, such as listing all email addresses and social-media handles used in the past five years, as well as the applicant’s travel history, employers and addresses over the past 15 years. But after the federal court put the travel ban on hold, Mr. Tillerson said in another message that to be cautious, those instructions should be put on hold as well.

The administration is also working to implement an idea first raised by Mr. Trump as a presidential candidate last August for an “ideological test” for people coming to the U.S. Such tests have been used before—for instance, to screen out anarchists, or members of the Communist Party.

“Those who do not believe in our Constitution, or who support bigotry and hatred, will not be admitted for immigration into the country,” Mr. Trump said in an August speech.

The DHS official working on the review said the types of questions under consideration now include whether visa applicants believe in so-called honor killings, how they view the treatment of women in society, whether they value the “sanctity of human life” and who they view as a legitimate target in a military operation.

The goal, he said, isn’t to filter out people with contrary thoughts but people who might act on them.

That notion draws criticism from civil libertarians.

“It could deprive American citizens with the ability to interact and gain knowledge from the full spectrum of individuals and people who hold diverse beliefs world-wide,” said Hugh Handeyside, a staff attorney with the ACLU’s National Security project.

“Our views and beliefs and opinions are protected,” he said. “Those same principles should drive our decisions about whether people would be permitted to visit the United States.”

This is yet another way our “President” wants to hurt tourism to America.

oh god… just a thought, maybe this fitness challenge is not literally Cap challenging a bunch of high school students to beat his running record? Maybe it’s idk, Cap challenging these sedentary mobile phone addicted youths to do a bunch of totally doable exercises and they’ll do it because they look up to him?
Teenage girl admits making up migrant rape claim that outraged Germany
Allegation by 13-year-old sparked far-right protests and anger in the Kremlin
By Ben Knight

For all those ~~”intersectional”~~ white folk who didn’t hesitate to hop on the anti-Arab/Islamophobic bandwagon not too long ago

“But when she was questioned by trained specialists three days later “she immediately admitted that the story of the rape was not true”, said the spokesman for the state prosecutor, Martin Steltner.

He said the teenager had been scared of going home after the school had contacted her parents over an incident at school.

Analysis of the teenager’s mobile phone records showed she had spent the night with a friend, who is not being treated as a suspect.”

A 13 year old’s first instinct upon getting in trouble at school was to run away to a friend’s house and tell everyone she was sexually assaulted by Middle Eastern/North African men.

Her accusation, racism, and cowardice has jeopardized the lives and livelihoods of countless Syrian refugees, and racist idiots on this site didn’t hesitate for a moment to hop on to it all.

5 minutes later

By the time Farah returned to the cafe, Todd had drawn a crowd.

So needless to say, she ran.

She shoved aside the concerned but psychologically apathetic bystander, and the asshole with the phone camera recording all of this, conveniently crushing their mobile under her heel in the process, and bent down next to Todd. His screams were now exhausted, ragged gasps, as if he had used up all the sound in his body and was running on scraps.

“Todd, what’s wrong?” said Farah. “What’s going on?”

Todd choked. His hands were shaking violently, held in front of him.

“They’re gone,” Todd said. “They’ve burned off. My hands, they’re gone–”

Farah reached to take Todd’s unmarred hands. He let out a cry and jerked away, as if she had scalded him.

“Farah!” She thought she would have imagined that voice until she saw Todd’s mobile lying beside him. Amanda’s call was still going. Amanda was also sobbing. “Farah, what’s happening to him? Farah–?”

The call ended abruptly.

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LDH Concert Manners
Following up my guide on how to get a ticket, this one is just as important: the rules and manners to follow at LDH concerts. Manners at Japanese concerts are remarkably different from ones of other countries, and LDH concerts have additional sets of rules that can be different to other Japanese artists as well. So please, if you go to a concert, abide to the below rules - even if you see some (bad behaving) Japanese fans breaking some of them. Please remember that Exile are not idols, and also that one foreign fan misbehaving at a concert ruins the image of all foreign fans! I would appreciate if this post could be reblogged instead of just liked, because I’d like to get it out there to as many people as possible. I don’t care about the notes - copy and paste it and repost it however and wherever you like it.

1. No uchiwa, name boards, message boards, banners
2. No penlights 
3. No photos, no videos, no sound recording 
4. Mobile phones off
5. No clothes, hairstyles etc that could inconvenience other people
6. Do not wave your flag too widely
7. Do not sing out loud
8. Do not call members’ names when someone is singing or during MCs
9. Do not appeal to members too much, do not fight for frisbees 
10. No irimachi or demachi

Let’s get into detail.

1. No uchiwa, name boards, message boards, banners
     Unlike eg Johnny’s, uchiwa with members’ pictures and names are not allowed. In the same vein, banners, and even self made towels with members’ names are not allowed. So do not waste time making an uchiwa because you won’t be able to use it. Some things fans do to show support for their favourite member that are allowed include: writing his name with a face tattoo on your cheek; wearing member produced goods; having mascots that are associated with that member (eg. Mario for Tetsuya, Luigi for Naoto, Nyanchu for Ryuji etc); sticking the members’ name to sunglasses. But please even if you do this do it so that you do not break rules 5 and 9.

2. No penlights
     Or any other light-emitting device. 

3. No photos, no videos, no sound recording 
     I have heard (could be wrong) that in some countries such as Korea it’s common to take photos and videos of the stage. In Japan this is not allowed at ANY concert, not only LDH. There are actually staff patrolling and they could get you kicked out of the venue. Not to mention that to take your photo you are inconveniencing all the people around you. So just keep that camera or phone in your bag and enjoy watching the concert through your eyes rather than through a lens. 
Additionally, recording the audio of the concert with any device is strictly forbidden.

4. Mobile phones off
     When the concert starts turn off your mobile phone or smartphone as the signal could interfere with the sound system.

5. Do not wear clothes, hairstyles etc that could inconvenience other people
     Having crazy hairstyles, wearing super high heels or large hats or big head pieces etc means that the person behind you will not see the stage. 

6. Do not wave your flag too widely
     The official flags are, of course, allowed and encouraged. However it doesn’t mean you can just wave it wildly. Don’t hit the people around/in front of you or obstruct their field of vision!

7. Do not sing out loud
     Humming quietly is okay, and yelling when the artists ask the audience to is encouraged, but singing loud enough that people around you can hear you is disrespectful to the audience around you and to the vocalists. Additionally, while loud cheering is okay during fast songs, you are supposed to enjoy ballads in silence.

8. Do not call members’ names when someone is singing or during MCs
     Speaking about being disrespectful. No one is happy about this. The vocalist who is singing (or member who is speaking), the member whose name is called, and the fans of either. It is just plain lack of respect and no matter how intense your feelings are, avoid doing this. It is okay to call out members names during instrumental parts, when they get on stage or when they are doing their performer solo.

9. Do not appeal to members too much, do not fight for frisbees 
     Even if you get a good seat and your favourite member passes close to you, it’s okay to wave to him and call him out once if no one else is singing or speaking, but refrain from calling him non-stop, yelling, showing him the distinctive signs you are his fan, etc. They are not idols and you should not expect fanservice from them. Whether they do it or not, is up to them.
     Additionally, when they throw the signed frisbees, do not compete with other fans to get it. If you could catch it it’s yours! if you didn’t catch it on the fly, I know it’s frustrating, but let go of it and leave it to the fan who caught it.

10. No irimachi or demachi
     Waiting outside the venue for the members to go in / out is common practice in JE and musical fandoms, but it is explicitly forbidden for LDH shows of any sort.

Other little things that go beyond concert manners and into the realm of common sense:

- Do not leave any trash or litter 
- Applaud everyone, including band members, EXPG backdancers etc when they are introduced, even if you are not so interested in them
- Do not chat during the concert and do not say rude things about members you don’t like. The person next to you might be a fan and be hurt by your comment.

All the above are actually simple things and I recommend to follow them. It won’t make you enjoy the concert any less, the other way round! LDH concerts are a lot of fun, so full of energy. Following these little rules will help creating an environment in which everyone can enjoy them and not get them ruined.

Thank you for reading!

anonymous asked:

Oikawa, Suga, Tsukishima, Akaashi: walking past their crush (who's in a kind of isolated area/hallway) practicing their love/crush confession while talking in front of a wall (i hope this made sense ;-;)

[In case I misunderstood anything, please send this in again next time the ask box is open. The crush was the one practicing their confession in front of a wall, right? (・_・ヾ ]

Oikawa: Once Oikawa’s eyes would fall upon his crush, he would feel rather intrigued to find out what they were doing. He would take some time to observe their behavior, hiding behind a couple of lockers. As a matter of fact, Oikawa would probably find it difficult to hold back his snickers triggered by his crush’s flushed face and the passion they emitted when talking to the wall in front of them. If Oikawa felt particularly lighthearted that day, he would even go as far as recording the scene with the camera of his mobile phone. Once he would have gotten enough blackmail material and failed to hold his laughter back, he would greet his crush profusely, asking them if talking to a wall could be more interesting than talking to him.

Sugawara: The moment Sugawara saw his crush, he would probably call out their name in a tender voice, surprised by the fact that they showed no sign of having heard him. Watching them talking to the wall in front of them in a rather excited manner, Karasuno’s vice-captain would even get slightly worried, wondering what could have worked his crush up to the extend of them talking to a pile of stacked up bricks. Hesitating for merely a second, Sugawara would come closer, calling out his crush’s name yet again, only a little louder. Thanks to that, his crush would probably take notice of his presence, pausing their little practice.

Tsukishima: Once school had ended, Tsukishima would have a habit of putting on his headphones, blinding out the noise of reality. Right before he would have reached the exit doors of Karasuno High School, he would see someone out of the corner of his eye gesticulating rather wildly. Turning his head in their direction a little more, Tsukishima’s eyes would fall upon his crush, who would seem to lead a rather heated discussion with the opposite wall. With a rather bewildered expression on his face, the middle blocker would continue his walk outside, wondering why he had developed a crush on someone that weird in the first place…

Akaashi: After having turned his head towards the noise for only a brief second, Akaashi would be forced to take a second glance once his brain would have identified the cause of that noise as his crush. Looking at them in slight disbelief, he wouldn’t be able to make out the exact words, yet figuring that it must have been something of importance. Their shaky gestures and the intensity they had when they looked at the wall in front of them would certainly give off the feeling of something serious, but Akaashi simply couldn’t imagine what could be so severe about talking to a wall. Contemplating his next steps, he would probably come closer to put a hand on his crush’s shoulder and with that, being the only person of the four requested characters to find out about his crush’s intention to confess to someone.

15 Mind-Blowing Facts That You Should Read (Part 149)

1. Mobile Phone Throwing is an official sport in Finland.

2. Blind people can get issued a guide horse. Miniature horses are used instead of guide dogs if the person is for example afraid of, or allergic to, dogs.

3. A father was denied access to see his premature twins in the NICU when Beyonce and Jay-Z had their daughter at the same time

4. IBM scientists have developed a brain inspired computer chip which mimics the neurons inside your brain - The chip consumes just 70 milliwatts of power and can perform 46 billion synaptic operations per second

5. In Estonia you can access wi-fi internet even in forests.  Estonia is the world leader for utilizing an e-government. Citizens are issued an…

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Request to people attending “Shikkoku no gi / Jet black ceremony” shows:

First, please wear clothes you see as a funeral attire, black clothes without decoration and shiny parts, and simple hair style.

Second, upon the start of the performance please refrain from talking and making noise.

Third, during the performance it will be possible to record it with your mobile phone, just please keep in my mind other people around you and their view. However, taking photos, using flash or using professional cameras is not allowed.
You will be able to record a part of the performance, more details will be given on the day of the performance.

Forth, for the sake of the performance please refrain from entering or leaving the room during the show. If by any chance you feel unwell during the show please talk to the nearest member of staff.

Fifth, we will be recording the show, thus the video or image of fans attending the show might be used in a live footage of the show. Live footage might be used in the work released in the future or for promotional purposes.

This picture, taken at a presentation by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, has gone viral on Twitter in the wake of emergency legislation being pushed through parliament.

Metadata is often dismissed by politicians because it doesn’t include the content of a phone call or email, only basic details such as when the conversation took place and who it involved. But this picture demonstrates why it is important.

It comes as the government rushes through an emergency bill to force mobile phone companies and internet providers to record the metadata of citizens’ communications.

The draft legislation was introduced yesterday with cross-party support and MPs are expected to pass the bill on Tuesday.

Emmerdale spoilers 20 - 25th July 2015 {Robron related}

[Robert firmly tells Paddy to make an excuse and cancel]

[Paddy is forced to tell Aaron the truth]

[Robert and Aaron are alone together]

[Aaron is utterly dumbfounded by what Robert admits]

[Robert turns aggressive]

[Robert is shocked that Aaron knows]

[Aaron wants answers]

[Aaron reaches breaking point]

[Aaron launches himself at Robert]

[Aaron is knocked unconscious]

[Aaron tries to fight off Robert]

[Paddy is caught in the crossfire]

[Robert misfires the gun]

[Aaron looks on helplessly] 

20th July 2015 - 19:00 

Paddy is edgy when Rhona answers a call from Home Farm. Wanting to keep her away, he takes the call out himself. He clocks Aaron smartly dressed with Robert and fears they’re becoming embroiled again. Paddy tries to stir things by telling Lawrence about Aaron’s criminal record, leaving Lawrence alarmed. Later, Chrissie invites Rhona and Paddy for lunch as a thank you for the call out, but Robert firmly tells Paddy to make an excuse and cancel…

21st July 2015 - 19:00

Paddy is on tenterhooks about the lunch at Home Farm and is doing everything he can to avoid having to go. Aaron is angry to hear that Paddy has dropped him in it with Lawrence. However, when Aaron furiously confronts Paddy, he is soon sickened with what Paddy tells him - Robert tried to kill him.

With the fear still visible in Paddy’s eyes, it gives Aaron the confirmation he needs that Paddy is telling the truth. Paddy is firm when he tells Aaron to stay away from Robert, but filled with revenge Aaron can’t make any promises.

That evening, Aaron tries to remain calm and keep his contempt from his voice when Robert arrives, suggesting they go away to the hotel together. Tomorrow can’t come sooner for vengeful Aaron…

22nd July 2015 - 19:00

Paddy is frustrated and he is unable to get hold of Aaron. At the same time, Robert is naively looking forward to spending the night away with Aaron, totally unaware of what he now knows. Chrissie suggests joining Robert on his business break, but he quickly reassures her they’ll spend time together when he’s home.

Over at the holiday lodge, Aaron is on edge as he waits for Robert. When he arrives, they both head inside with Aaron acting as normally as he can and covering his hatred. When Robert’s back is turned, Aaron takes out his mobile phone and hits record. Robert is unsettled by all of Aaron’s questions and tries to kiss him but Aaron can’t and pushes Robert away.

Aaron suddenly blurts out what he knows and Robert is stunned as Aaron accuses him of trying to kill Paddy. Robert tries to explain, but soon the conversation turns to Katie’s death and Aaron is utterly dumbfounded by what Robert admits to and launches himself at him.

Desperate to defend himself, Robert hits Aaron hard with a beer bottle, knocking him out. Robert panics - not knowing what to do as Aaron is lying unconscious with a bleeding head. He checks Aaron’s phone and discovers it has been recording their conversation. How will Robert react to know that Aaron has totally set him up?

23rd July 2015 - 19:00

Chrissie notices blood on Robert’s collar when he returns home. Paddy aggressively asks about Aaron’s whereabouts, but Robert remains arrogant and just smirks. At the same time, Aaron’s still body is tied to the radiator. He attempts to weaken the cord around his wrists when Robert returns with food and water. It quickly turns into a heated argument as they discuss Katie. Robert tries to remain calm, but ends the conversation by pulling out a gun.

Soon afterwards, Lawrence reveals the location of Aaron’s business convention to a worried Paddy, who heads off with intent. Back at the lodge, Robert walks over to the gun, picks it up and points it at Aaron, who doesn’t look away - knowing this could be the end.

Beginning to shake, Robert slowly pulls the trigger when the door slams open and there’s a bang. Paddy is in the doorway and slumps to the floor…

23rd July 2015 - 20:00

It’s a terrifying scene at the holiday hut. Paddy is in pain, while Aaron is still tied up and Robert has the gun.

Later, Chrissie’s world crumbles when she learns about her husband’s affair.

24th July 2015 - 19:00

Chrissie’s heartbreak turns to fury and it’s clear that she’s out for revenge. Later, a furious Chrissie arrives looking for Robert. Robert urges Chrissie not to say anything and desperately tries to manoeuvre her into the back room of the pub, but it seems she is grimly determined.

As Chrissie stands in front of an audience, is the moment the truth finally comes out? And how would Andy feel to learn that Katie was right all along about Robert’s affair?

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Brothers, I’m embarrassed !!!
How many sisters, mothers some of us saw being beaten in front of their very eyes??? First thing they did was to reach out to their mobile phones, click on camera & record… We should be ashamed! Big up to all Chinaman who stood up, & brothers we’ve gotta change !

Request to audience for the special performance on 5/5 寡黙の儀


First clause
Our audience is asked to attend wearing simple matte black clothing without any decorations and simple hairstyle, as during the “mourning”.


Second clause
For the sake of the performance, please refrain from whispering or making any noise, we politely ask you to keep silent during the show.


Third clause
During the performance, recording with a mobile phone is permitted. While you are recording, we ask you not to raise your phone too high, as not to obstruct the view of other viewers. However, unauthorized photo taking, use of flash or professional camera is prohibited.


Forth clause
For the sake of the performance, please refrain from entering and leaving the hall during the performance. If by any chance there will be a person who will start feeling unwell during the performance, please notify the nearest staff.


Fifth clause
During the performance, there is high possibility that the image of entering spectators will be photographed or recorded and used in media or for footage. Photographs and film taken during the performance has a chance to be used for promotion or in future release.