WackyMeetsPractical wrote:Does anyone think we should go pick up Joan's dry cleaning? Could be another hint.
narrativedilettante wrote:5:31 AM Saturday October 13th
You must be familiar with the early works of Carl Jung, as animals in your care are named for him. He was famous for his work with the collective unconscious. I’m sure you know that much, and what that means. I can take the form of an archetype you may recognize. And with that, I can threaten you on a deeply personal and cultural level. You will want to back down.
narrativedilettante wrote:Message 8
8:13 AM Saturday October 13th
If only you had found your little notebook earlier, we wouldn’t have had time to copy down your number. But now we have it. And we could easily find you. Where you live, where you work. Do not make us take actions against you.
Dryunya wrote:In that case, the dangerous ones would be the Shadow, the Warrior and the Devil.
Dryunya wrote:Trickster is the one not to be trusted, but doesn't instill instant fear, either. If that guy meant Jung's archetypes, he was probably meaning the Devil.
NeverSlender wrote:We haven't actually learnt anything from the voicemails. All we have is one from a person we haven't heard of who might be important.
NeverSlender wrote:Btw, does anyone else find it strange that the restaurant looked through notebook, found a phone number, decided not to ring it, gave the book away to the first person who asked, and was willing to give out the phone number they found?
Sophira wrote:Hi guys,
I used some of my Skype credit to call the number and record it on the computer. I called twice, once without putting in the code, and once with. The files are too big to attach here, so here, links:
Recording of call without putting in the code:
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B4IvvY ... 2hEV01XOVk
Recording of call when putting in the code:
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B4IvvY ... UpqdTluY1E
Yay, I feel useful. ^^
[edit: On the ethical issue: The therapist said in this post that "I think I’ll keep the messages as evidence and switch to a new number." - so that explains why nobody is picking up, and it's possible the therapist never even noticed us calling. I wouldn't be surprised if it disappears completely soon now that we've got everything.]
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