Thursday, December 29, 2011

My Dad's Tapes (#39), Meeting the Anonymous Caller

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

donotcontinue posts "have a good day, katherine"

Video Description

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Translates to: do u feel me breathing on your neck

That leads to:

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Do you recognize Katherine?

This is a picture of Katherine, who is being targeted by donotcontinue. If you recognize her, please contact me immediately. or (860) 578-2737. You can remain anonymous.

donotcontinue posts "we will soon be together"

Video Description:
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This translates to:
how do u want to be saved

Sunday, December 11, 2011

My Dad's Tapes (#35), The Arizona Daily Star (01/29/85)

Full Article:

Coroner to match fingerprints, check if dead man was Scientology founder

SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif (AP) — Coroner's officials yesterday said they would match fingerprints taken from a body as quickly as possible to try to confirm the announced death of L. Ron Hubbard, the reclusive founder of the Church of Scientology.

The wealthy organization, often entangled in battles with the Internal Revenue Service and the target of lawsuits from former members, said late Monday that Hubbard, 74, died Friday of a stroke at his San Luis Obispo County ranch.

It said Hubbard, who had not been seen in public since 1980, was cremated, and his ashes scattered at sea.

A funeral was held Monday at the Hollywood Palladium for Hubbard, a science fiction writer who founded Scientology in 1954, said Ken Hoden, president of the Church of Scientology of Los Angeles.

"We had 2,800 people inside, and approximately 2,000 outside who just couldn't get in," Hoden said. The service was sent by satellite to 600 churches and missions across the world, he said.

Scientology is based on Hubbard's 1948 book "Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health," which has sold millions of copies. Through the use of a so-called E-meter, somewhat like a lie detector, church members undergo exercises and counseling to eliminate negative mental images.

The church has claimed up to 6 million members worldwide and reportedly earned $100 million a year at its peak in the 1970s. Former members have estimated membership from 200,000 to 2 million.

In 1980, the IRS took the church to U.S. Tax Court in Los Angeles because of the group's tax-exempt status from 1970 through 1972. The IRS maintained the California branch of the church was not tax-exempt and owed $1.4 million in income taxes for the period. In 1984, the court decided against the Church of Scientology, ordering payment of back taxes and penalties.

Hubbard's elder son, Ronald E. DeWolf, filed a lawsuit in 1982, saying Hubbard was either dead or mentally incompetent. A judge ruled Hubbard was alive.

Fingerprints taken from the body at a mortuary were to be matched to see if they were Hubbard's, San Luis Obispo County Coroner Don Hines said yesterday. Hines said he was notified of the death at 7:30 am Saturday, several hours after Hubbard reportedly died.

A death certificate signed by Hubbard's physician, Dr. Eugene Denk of Los Angeles, a will and a certificate of religious belief from Hubbard asking that no autopsy be performed were turned over to the coroner's investigator who viewed the body, HInes said.

Survivors include Hubbard's third wife, Mary Sue Hubbard; three daughters; and two sons, including DeWolf.

Arizona Daily Star, January 29, 1986, Page A8

donotcontinue posts "an inner piece"

Friday, December 9, 2011

My Dad's Tapes (#34), First Tape from Storage

donotcontinue posts "i will save u ø"

Video Description:
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Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Sunday, December 4, 2011

donotcontinue posts "black friday ø"

From the video we can gather that the girl's phone number is (909) 285-4175. Her name is Jess according to her voicemail.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Saturday, November 12, 2011

donotcontinue posts "pay the piper ø"

Video Description:

random acts
ran do acts
rand acts
ran acts
ran ats
ran ts

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

donotcontinue posts "i do not cry wolf ø"

Video Description

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Binary Translation: you can save her

which leads to

That leads to a puzzle that when solved is this QR Code:

Which brought up this image:

This appears to be a photo of Stor It 4 Less at 9327 San Fernando Road. 9327 was the hidden numbers in the lock box.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

donotcontinue posts "I did it again ø"


Sunday, October 2, 2011

donotcontinue posts "Idol Hands ø"

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

donotcontinue posts "pain is part of order 35≠26ø"

Video Description:

sorry but
u r part
of the BIG

every thing
is balance
ur pain
brought the
rain bough

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C1 E5 F4 G3
B1 E1 E2 D3
F1 C5 C4 G4
E5 G3 A3 E5


My Dad's Tapes (#21), The Tape from the Lock Box

Sunday, September 11, 2011

My Dad's Tapes (#14), Mysterious Note

Later, the code would be broken and lead to the following video uploaded by someone going by the username donotcontinue