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- X-Men: Days Of Future Past - May 23
- Guardians of the Galaxy - August 1
Mistakes were made
The Midnight Game
*Warning: Games that include the paranormal can be dangerous and are typically not recommended to play. If you choose to perform the ritual, please play at your own risk.*
How to Play:
It must be exactly 12AM when beginning the ritual. You will need a piece of paper, a pen, a drop of your own blood, a wooden door, a candle, and matches.
Step 1: Write your first, middle, and last name on a piece of paper. Put a drop of your own blood on the paper and let it soak in.
Step 2: Turn the lights off in your house. Go to the front door (must be wooden) and place the paper with your name on the front of it. Take the candle and light it. Then, place the candle on top of the paper.
Step 3: Knock on the door 22 times so that the FINAL knock is at exactly 12AM. Open the door, blow out the candle, and close the door. The “Midnight Man” has now entered the house.
Step 4: Relight the candle.
The point of the game is to avoid the Midnight Man that is now in your home until 3:33 AM. You must lurk around your house with a lit candle. If the candle goes out, then the Midnight Man is near you. The candle must be lit again within 10 seconds. If the candle cannot be re-lit, then you must immediately form a circle of salt around yourself. If you are unsuccessful with both options, the Midnight Man will cause you to hallucinate about your greatest fear until 3:33 AM.
The game may only continue if you are successful with lighting the candle after it has gone out. If you have to resort to the salt option, then you must remain inside the circle until 3:33 AM.
DO NOT turn on the lights during the game.
DO NOT use a flashlight.
DO NOT go to sleep during the game.
DO NOT use another person’s blood when performing the initial ritual.
DO NOT substitute the candle with a lighter.
DO NOT provoke the Midnight Man in any way.
Sounds of Hell: The Siberia Recordings
In October 2002, a listener of Art Bell’s Coast to Coast AM radio show wrote in with a personal story warning listeners about the “sounds of hell” tapes that had been recorded many years before.
The story goes that during a drilling expedition in the 1980’s, Russian geologists had dug somewhere between 7 to 9 miles into the earth where temperatures read near 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The geologists lowered a microphone to record extra data.
What they heard was entirely different from what they had expected.