I Found Something Upsetting Under My Floorboards…

I Found Something Upsetting Under My Floorboards…

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And welcome back to your regularly scheduled “Project 863” video. The red writing on the walls hasn’t stopped at Spellbound Inc, if anything it’s become a permanent fixture for the team to keep guessing about. However, today may be the day that some answers are found. After investigating some new writing in upstairs Red Base, the team sets off to Subject 4 to see if they have any ideas for what it could mean. And, when the smoke clears, what they find is shocking, while also making them question how much more of this will come up before they’re done with once and for all.

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31 Responses

  1. Matthias says:

    *ANNOUNCEMENT*
    Due to covid concerns at the studio, we will not be uploading next week. We are all healthy, just needed to follow proper safety precautions which prevented filming. Uploads will resume per usual on November 23rd! Tuesdays at 1pm PST.

    Thank you for your understanding, enjoy this video, and please lend your theory brain as to what on earth is going on!

  2. Jacketthegoblinking says:

    Can’t wait to get this show back on the road

  3. Tina Knowlton says:

    “Hey, hey, there’s multiple tools in here!” Matthias, ya just gotta love him!

  4. Stynger__ says:

    I love that this is based on Tell Tale Heart especially since I’ve just finished reading it in school around a month ago

  5. M Teagarden says:

    “Evil people paint” -Sam We need this on a Tshirt

  6. Conspirasister says:

    Be careful where you go from here, guys. It’s commonly interpreted that when the madman in The Telltale Heart heard the beating under the floorboards, and thought it was the old man’s heart, it was actually the sound of his own heartbeat…

    • Toni Spiva says:

      Absolutely! I love the story ….just A tricky play

    • Maple Sugarbush says:

      I agree … with the reference to ‘The Tell-Tale Heart’, I now feel that all these ‘clues’ may not actually be from some forgotten victim, but from the actual assailant, wrought with pain, because they were never able to finish their job —

    • lulu says:

      I love that story what a good find

  7. Mallory Lindberg says:

    Well, apparently I’m now into watching things on Youtube related to murder (this and Danganronpa, which is basically a game/anime about teenagers being part of a killing game). From what knowledge I do have about murders [thats weird to say] I think the whole body outline should be seen, since there is a foot and hand not shown. Maybe the person who died had something in their hand and that was marked on the floor as well as the body. It might be best to tear up all of the floor boards, because the murder weapon or clues could be hidden under the floor

  8. PilotGuy5 says:

    Matthias: *is in a super dangerous situation*
    Also Matthias: “so let’s talk about today’s sponsor”

  9. Ga1xy says:

    Matt not having snacks in the fridge was scarier than the whole episode

  10. Maple Sugarbush says:

    [WARNING: SPOILERS BELOW]

    … unfortunately the ending hinges on a commonly misunderstood trope.

    Chalk outlines were _NOT_ used to show where a *dead* body finally fell but to indicate where the bodies of victims who were *still living* lay but had to be moved – as in, to the hospital, so they could continue living – before investigators could arrive. There was never a need to outline a corpse simply because that person was already dead and would wait as long as was needed for any photographers and crime-scene investigators to take the necessary time required to do their job properly.

    • Roadless_Traveled says:

      The outline provides context for photographs of the crime scene, and assists investigators in preserving the evidence. Modern investigators almost never use chalk or tape as outlines at a crime scene to avoid contaminating the evidence. While chalk outlines were occasionally used in the past, they often were drawn by the police for press photographers, not for investigative purposes. It allowed the press to take a picture and represent the scene without the gruesomeness of a body. Classically, white or bright yellow chalk is used, although some may use paint or white tape. In the case of a body, a chalk outline might be drawn immediately before the body is to be removed, but after the medical examiner has examined the body

    • c0at hanGer says:

      Thank you both! I didn’t know this ♥

    • Disguised Fox says:

      This exactly waht I was think the body is already dead so why out line it you got it right there

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