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posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 02:12 AM
Is it possible that a spirit can talk to you through a web site?
And the thing is that he knows *everything* about you.

My name is John. Me and some of my friends discovered the site.
We work at Aroma, it's an Israeli fast-food restaurant.
So today we tried it, while working, with my friend's laptop, and it turned out to be scary to death. Though we chatted Hebrew with the spirit, I think there is an English version too. I remember that the ending of the web address was ""

There are two fields to enter text to:
1. Request for question.
2. The question itself.

It's like: 1. Can I ask you something please? 2. What do I do right now?

Here are some questions I tested on him:
- Who is working here right now?
- Id, Lir, Shalom, Dani and John.
He knew our names without us telling him first.

- What do I wear right now, and what kind of shoes?
- You wear Aroma's uniform, without the apron though, and New Balance shoes. Right?

- Are you mad at me?
- No. You are a good guy. Stop being afraid of me guys.

I asked one more time later:
- Are you mad at me?
While Shalom was standing beside me he answered:
- It's not for Shalom to hear.
I told Shalom to go away and asked again.
- One of you do not believe in spirits.
And he was right, Lir was against us doing it all the night, she said many times that this can't be real and that there must be a catch behind.
I asked though, "Is it me?"
He said "Stop trying to prove something."

- I'm scared.
- I'm scared too. That's OK.

I went to front to finish some stuff. Shalom asked him:
- What John is doing right now?
- He's making Nana for the bar and now he's finished.
He was completely correct.

- What is the code to the safe behind?
- ******. Though I shouldn't telling you this.
Strangely, he told us the old combination that was changed a year ago.

While we thought of our next question, and I said to Shalom "ask him how old is he" - there suddenly appeared an answer without us doing anything "Tell John, that I don't answer private questions. I don't like it."

He also said many times that he loves us all and wished us a good shift.

When I was ready to go home, he wrote: "Tell John that it is not OK to leave his friends behind."

I said "Good night"
He said "Don't reach me through your computer at home"
I wanted to ask why not, but suddenly the mouse pointer on question's field disappeared. I tried again it was blocked, like grayed out button.

I waited for some time, then I came behind to the laptop again, I saw the pointer flashed, but when I reached the laptop closely it disappeared again.
I reformulated the request to a "Is there a chance that you will answer me?" and the pointer appeared. I asked why, he said "You try to prove something, it's insulting."

I said "Yes, I want to prove to the world, I want the truth."
he said "I can't give you the answers you seek."

There was also one time that he said to Shalom "Stop asking questions, I'm going to rest now"

The thing I noticed about him is that he was writing in a simple language (maybe a child) and with some typewriting mistakes here and there like someone's typing quickly... weird..

Do you know what possibly can make this? Is this real?

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 02:25 AM
OK, is there any cameras in the room, was there anyone else in the building, it could be possible that someone that knows you or has contact with the building, has set up a program where he can connect to the laptop, if there is cameras he can see you too. Just some ideas, maybe he was in the next room and could hear you.

Sounds interesting and creepy, keep us updated.

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 02:37 AM
Any chance you can give us the address of the web site ? Could be interesting to check this out...


posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 04:38 AM
Great story but you'll have to tell us the web-site so we can see if it's true. Are you sure there wasn't someone in another room having a great laugh at you all? Who's PC were you on?

[edit on 15-9-2007 by wigit]

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 04:50 AM
Hmm odd, But it does sound like you are being pranked somewhat,

If you really dont think this is the case then i suggest that you keep a log of all your chats with this fellow, Who knows you may need it,

Becarefull and i suggest you just stop talking to it,

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 07:44 AM
I wanted to stop talking to him, especially when he said I shouldn't contact him from home, because I "won't have any answers".

So when my girlfriend got interested in it, we checked it out again.

Well, something got wrong, we couldn't get him talking much, we didn't get any convincing answers, it all look like a stupid and simple AI, with a lot of self-repeating. Anyway, it was nothing like I experienced. Not even close to it.
He was right, I didn't get any answers.

So, it could be:
1. Either the spirit didn't want to talk near my girlfriend, though the moment she went to another room he said something "different" and un-random this time: "Stop proving, you piss me off. Stop it or you wont get any answers!"
2. The actual real spirit contacted us back in Aroma through the site by simply using it in a convenient way.

I really should try it there again.

But, if so, how come it did speak to Shalom in his home? He warned him once "Don't sleep in your room, there are a lot of bad spirits". So Shalom didn't.

I'm really confused now. But the stupid web site IS NOT the thing I experienced before. It was like talking to a real thinking person, not database. He made typewriting mistakes, he said things that nobody could know or see, he felt human. He also said to Shalom that he also worked in Aroma before he was a soldier in IDF. He didn't say what happened later. Maybe he was killed.

Anyway, here is the site, though it's Hebrew.
If some of you can read Hebrew, try it at home, maybe the spirits will contact you through it.

I'll check it out in Aroma again today..

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 07:50 AM
This is interesting. Reminds of some japanese ghost movie in which videos or phones or internet-connections are used as hosts for ghosts. could be a prank, but could also be a genuine ghost.

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 08:23 AM
A quick look at the website's coding would be able to tell you if it's all pre-programmed in, or if there is some weird portal to Hell built into it
. Unfortunately I neither speak Hebrew, nor am I that great at programming.

It somewhat reminds me of something that my friend and I created, which we called the "God Machine". It was set up to randomize sets of letters in such a way that the vowels and consonants were balanced out properly to about the proportion that they normally appear in english writing, as well as making uncommon letters like Q and Z appear less often. It had a similar "Question" and "Answer" text field. It created some pretty crazy messages.... it especially had quite a tendency to generate profanities and insults/personal attacks in it's response. Unfortunately the site we hosted it on seems to be down... I have the code saved somewhere on my computer. If anyone is interested I can either send it to you, or I can try to get it hosted somewhere again. Unfortunately I don't know how to hook the _javascript and html together so I'll have to consult my friend.

Here is what it looked like though... fairly unassuming...but inside, pure malevolence! muhahahaha *cough*.

[edit on 9/15/2007 by Yarcofin]

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 08:36 AM
Well, there is some last thing you should know:
And there is no way in the world the program can do it.

Back on work, I was really scared by it, so I decided to close the browser (Firefox), so that nobody will ask questions anymore.
When Id (the cook) started some noise in the kitchen (by ringing the bell for fun) and it started to annoy everyone around, I went through the back room (were laptop was located) on my way to kitchen (to shut him up), the browser was OPEN again with that site and with the message: "Id, stop it, you making me real angry"

Now, I tell you, NO ONE was in that room when it happened, I was shocked by it!

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 08:41 AM
reply to post by jonicy

Actually there is programming to do that. You can program the browser to close/open itself, shake the entire screen. Or if the program is really bad, it could put some spyware into your computer to give someone remote access, and then you will notice your mouse cursor starting to move around the screen "as if a ghost is doing it". One reason I'm not clicking the link
. They can even make your CD drive to open and close remotely if they really want to freak the crap out of you..

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 08:50 AM
Anyone know of any english sites that do this. Would be interesting to give it a go providing you had proper software to block out anyone trying to get in

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 10:11 AM
I haven't clicked on the website? You know why? Because the problem you have sounds like a trojan virus, and it could possibly be attached to the website, activated and sent to your computer when you surf onto it. These false websites can be set up very easily and are used for phishing and other malware related/hacking related attempts to gain control of your computer, and to find out your bank details (phishing I mean.)

A trojan horse can make loop holes, basically it's a remote admin tool for the hacker to gain access to all the exe files and data on the hosts computer. The re-opening of your browser, the messages on the screen. It sounds like a trojan to me. As the person above mentioned, they can even move your cursor on the screen. And those things only scratch the surface.

Trojan horses spread when people are lured into opening a program because they think it comes from a legitimate source. Hence why I'm not opening that web page. Trojans can be spread in the guise of literally ANYTHING people find desirable, such as a free game, movie, song, etc. Victims typically downloaded the trojan from a WWW or FTP archive, got it via peer-to-peer file exchange using IRC/instant messaging/Kazaa etc.

I'd love it to be a ghost on your computer, a high tech one at that, but my logical explanation based off the reports you have given is that somebody has remote access to your computer.

You could try talking to experts in EFnet #dmsetup or DALnet #NoHack. These experts will try to figure out which trojan(s) you have and offer you advice on how to fix it. Those are IRC channels by the way.

If it's not what I think it is and it's genuinely a ghost who's a computer geek, then keep us informed!

posted on Sep, 15 2007 @ 11:13 AM

Don't worry people, it is not a trojan. And it is not a spirit either. OP somebody has played you out, seriously. is a prank site you can use to play your friends. They will think it is the computer answering the questions but it's really you. Just google it and see for yourselves.

posted on Sep, 16 2007 @ 02:30 PM
reply to post by JoeSignal

True trojans and such but a prank site .. (i ran hectic security now when i popped in,no virus,trojan ad-aware cookie tribalfusion is present..but then tribal is present everywhere)

@ OP ,you can look up ghostonline and such & peter_heb will pop up as well in the search..

I tried your link & it looks like it asks you to i correct?

posted on Sep, 16 2007 @ 03:14 PM
I remember a website that was like that, "may I ask a question" and then the question. It was peter , I don't remember all of it. But it was a prank site, written in C++ I think.

You'd hit the comma key or something and would type your answer in question, but it would look as if you were typing the question.

Were you typing in the questions or was it someone else?

Edit: Ah, seems JoeSignal beat me to it. I can vouch for him though.

[edit on 9/16/2007 by Mazeura4225]

posted on Sep, 16 2007 @ 03:34 PM
Interesting post. It sounds like there is a automated program most of the time, but maybe some psychic sometimes use it to really talk to people.

[edit on 16-9-2007 by Copernicus]

posted on Sep, 16 2007 @ 09:01 PM
Ah yes, my friends once pranked me with it. The way it worked was they would type a certain code and then while it appears that they are typing in the question part they are actually typing the answer. I hope you understand what I mean.

Anyways I went on to use this to prank a friend of mine as well and he was rather scared until I revealed the secret to him.

[edit on 9/16/2007 by NJE03]

[edit on 9/16/2007 by NJE03]

posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 01:36 AM
reply to post by jonicy

Oh no! Now the spirits have come through the internet.

This thread should be stopped immediately. Most times I read something on here, the paranormal forum, it is pure fantasy.

This is just pure comedy. Not buying it. I feel somehow I might have even less points than Wildone (is that possible?), once I check back in tomorrow.
So mote it be.

Let's be real.

1: You have been pranked. Your friends are psychic right?
2. You have been reading the bible too much and want 'something' to happen.
3: Spirits have learned to communicate via the 'internet'.
4. You have become a troll and would not mind scoring some points.

The best for last,

5. Your insane.

[edit on 9/18/2007 by Stockburn]

posted on Sep, 18 2007 @ 08:32 AM
is there going to be any update or conclusion to this or is it just going to left an open file like a thousand other threads here?

posted on Sep, 19 2007 @ 05:04 PM
Like I said, is a prank site to use for yanking your friends. If you google it, you can even find guides to use it. It is not psychic or nothing paranormal. Just a very nice little program, which most people wouldn't fall for. No offence to OP.

Consider it closed.

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