The third page requesting a password doesn't accept any passwords. The JS just refreshes the page when guessed correctly. It compares -1 to -1 which is universal for nothing
If the third page does have a password and can be solved, I think it has something to do with the sequence you got from the previous page. Maybe coordinates (which would fit in with the "Locate the password" phrase)
https://en. wikipedia. org/wiki/University_of_Arkansas,_Fayetteville_shooting
>Bethany Edstrom witness
>shot at 11:27
Someone on /b/ posted this, can anyone clarify?
>inb4 he edited the page
I posted it on /b/ and i am also the first one who found it and i found it yesterday. It has many connections with the clues and coordinates lead to University of Arkansas. The rest is clarified there.
Unsure if relevant but I was able to download a text file called combo.txt by deleting some of the buttons/under the logo and saving underneath them. Can't remember exactly how as i was baked as fuck. Didn't think it was anything as it is completely empty with a single space, nobody's made any headway though so I'll share what I got.
There are also hidden buttons on the main page with the numbers and question. At least there are on the PC version. It changes the layout of the page making 2 big buttons. "Home" "name here" whether this is actually important or not I'm not sure. Gluck everyone.
I'll upload the file aswell as SS of where to find these buttons if requested.
I'll upload in about 30mins when I'm on comp.
I sorta remembered how I found it. Followed a link after deleting parts of page. I believe it was under the 1033. Brought me to a blank page with nothing but an image icon that wouldn't load. Saved the icon and was given the file.
If there is an IRC can I get a current link?
Used the numerical values for the letters in the name Lazarus and the numbers form the last answer to get coordinates of 11.1023 N 21.1318W, backwards, they lead to fort argyle Rd. Savannah GA. Site of old English fort. Probs delving too deep, but hey, if no one else is making any progress then may as well post what I have
>don't easily get weird obscure puzzles
>don't know a lot about this website though I've looked through the only two threads archived with it
>get called a newfag for asking an honest curious question
You don't have to be such a shitty individual, anon.
Things I've tried so far:
Francium, UPaThAcRaFr, Fr, Marguerite, Perey (the scientist who discovered Francium), Pasteur (the place she discovered Fr), Paris (where Paster Intitute is located), France, 22
I've tried to "locate" Francium in the periodic table, so I have also tried:
group1, period7, 17, 71, alkali
Searching for "francium" on google maps points to a branding company in India. So I've also tried:
And now I've ran out of ideas.
Considering how easy the 1st and 2nd "riddles" were i think we're just being fucked with here.
Also one would expect the password we're looking for to have something to do with the Conway sequence that was hinted at the 2nd page or Conway himself. None of this works out so far.
i'd say there's a possibility that there isn't an answer yet
I doubt it. It tells us exactly what to do, and led us to this. It says that more passwords will be put on soon so i'm thinking that it's not released yet, that or we're ni where close
>/x/ can't use the catalogue
>/x/ obsesses over a high schoolers shitty game
The latter is expected but the former is annoying as shit. 3 threads to this shit website because people still browse a front page and don't actually open the catalogue on one of the slowest boards here.
All I can think of for part 4 is that 1848 was the year Karl Marx published the communist manifesto (red guard, pigs on legs) and that 'Blair' refers to Tony Blair (which makes little sense lol). After that I'm stuck.
The fourth part has obvious references to Animal Farm, and especially Marx (or Old Major in the book) as there multiple capitalized letters in this riddle (that should not be capitalized) and spell out Marx.