Page 13

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Page 13 is a creepypasta originaly posted on 4chan /x/.


Hello, /x/.

Those of you who have been here for some time doubtless know of pages 11 and 12. Just insert 11.html or 12.html in the URL to access them. Now, I'm not much of a computer person, so exactly what these pages are for is a mystery to me. But they do have a purpose, I am sure. These pages are no oddity. They are no less earthly than pages 1 to 10.

But did you know about page 13?

I discovered page 13 in a thread a few months ago, which gave screenshots of the page and a complicated set of instructions to access it, which I will not post here for the sake of safety. Besides, I've found that there are many ways to access it. You just have to be determined enough, and a way will open.

Accessing page 13 will grant you a blank post with a bizarre date. I have heard that, sometimes, instead of the standard FILE DELETED, there is an image attached to the post. The content of the image varies from the incredibly disturbing from the mundane, from /x/ mainstays to images that can't be found anywhere else on the internet. But I myself have never witnessed this, and I can't say for sure whether or not it is true.

Most who visit the page can only stay for a few seconds before they experience a violent computer error that immediately closes the browser. Some older models of Windows blue-screen the instant the page is opened. There are ways to extend your stay on the page, but there isn't much you can do on it, and despite all your best efforts it will eventually close. I have tried to save the page and examine its code, but doing so invariably results in a corrupted file.

So what is page 13?

My own theory is centered around the Philip Phenomenon, discovered by Toronto researches in the 1970s. You can find more information about it online, so I won't bother explaining it in depth here. Basically, the researchers created a ghost by pretending it existed. The power of belief creates ghosts, or perhaps simply attracts existing ones. Either way, having enough people who believe in ghosts together in one place is probably a bad idea.

Now, this is just my theory, and I have no proof to offer for it.

But I believe that /x/ has created a ghost, and I don't think it's friendly.

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