UPDATE: If you go to Why So Serious/Its All Part of the Plan, you will see a group of vandalized photos and a note that reads 3 days. A lot of people think that this means a new trailer will be released on Monday, but that's not necessarily the case. Look at the photos closely. On the bottom of each one is the name of a city. The cities include: Boston, New York, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Philadelphia, Toronto, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, London, Seattle, and Sao Paulo. When you click on the city closest to you, this message will appear:
Gather with 300 of your closest friends at this exact spot on April 28th.
You'll need to be in contact with a partner-in-crime who has online access to relay your instructions once you're there. These instructions will give you the TRAIL to follow, but be sure to look both ways when crossing the street; we wouldn't want you to make an unscheduled visit to the ER now, would we?
Put on a smile and plan to spend about an hour or so bonding with your fellow clowns.
Check back here often for updates or changes.
Below this message is a set of coordinates that give you the exact location where you are supposed to be. If you don't understand map coordinates, that's okay. Click on them and it will show you were the location is using Yahoo! Maps!
If you plan on visiting this location, know that you must have a "certain ticket", and that a time for your arrival has not yet been announced. Do we have this information? Maybe, but we're not telling just yet. Cause the Joker said he'd kill us. As did the Fed Ex man that arrived at our door in full clown make-up (He wouldn't let us take his picture). As the site says, check back often for updates!
Original Message: The Joker has struck again. Sitting, trying to think of inspiring movie titles, a package from the Fed-Ex man arrived at my door. While this was no cake filled with nefarious goodies, it was still pretty creepy. Upon opening the bulky white envelope, I found a torn piece of brown paper with a mysterious invite on it. I also found a Joker card from a deck of random playing cards, and a spooky looking clown mask as seen in the opening moments of the upcoming Batman sequel The Dark Knight. Apparently, something big is happening next week, and the Joker wants me to get involved. A bank heist? A Clown party? Only time will tell.
Here are photos of what we received:
We will have more on this early next week, as we come to discover where it is the Joker is taking us, and what it is he wants from us specifically. Stay tuned for more...
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