This webpage is correlated with Laura Sharpe, containing a transmission with morse code and an 'offline' signal called [offline], linked to here. The morse code in the broadcast was deciphered by Garygmmxii and translates to "Is anyone out there? Can you hear me? Please help me."
Changes in the BroadcastEdit
Please note any changes to the [offline] broadcast under this section.
The broadcast first contained a blurry test pattern with the word "[offline]". Morse code could be heard in the backround. Players were unable to translate the code, but the translation was eventually provided by Garygmmxii. It read, "Is anyone out there? Can you hear me? Please help me."
"Our Time Is Running Out" TransmissionEditThe broadcast was changed to a black screen, with the text "OUR TIME IS RUNNING OUT" in an unstable pattern. Something that seems to read "MIZ" or "MI2" flashes in the lower right corner at regular intervals. What little audio there is is fairly ominous, but does not seem to contain any hints. It may be worth noting that at the beginning (or perhaps the end) there is a sudden buildup of sound.
i can help youEditThis picture was hacked onto the site by Garygmmxii some time after the newspaper clipping and the photo. It is located directly beneath the transmission on the main page of canyouhearme.net. When clicked it will redirect to this website which is owned by the one who placed the image, Gary. The picture has now been made nearly transparent, but still exists beneath the broadcast.
Later on a Polaroid photo was added below the newspaper clipping. The image depicts what seems to be the blurry silhouette of a person and a swirl of bright light. The picture seems to be either old or frequently handled, as indicated by the scratches on the photo itself and the stains on the edges. Garygmmxii is the person shown in the photo.
m12.wav". It also contains picture of a man sitting next to what looks to be a large speaker. The mans seems to be having a headache. There seem to be bars of some sort in the transparent portion of the picture.