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The Conspiracy Theory: A Jill Hunter Short #7

Jill Hunter is not the sort of woman to believe in internet conspiracy theories. Known for her straight up disdain of anything even vaguely resembling an internet rumor, she is the last person to believe one.

When Rory, her live in boyfriend, becomes intrigued by a theory surrounding a vlogger being abducted, Jill watches with interest, curious to see how far it will go and how much people are willing to believe.

When she finds herself starting to believe it, she can’t resist looking into it and she finds it will go far – much farther than she had ever expected.

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The Conspiracy Theory is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.

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I SAT IN FRONT OF THE laptop with Rory. I wasn’t sure what to make of what we had just watched.

Play it again, I said.

He did.

The video showed a young man, who I would have thought to be in his late teens to early twenties. He was sitting discussing an online game I’d never heard of, but considering the video had almost 500,000 views, it must be a popular game.

About halfway through, the youth appeared to lose track of what he was saying. His head turned slowly to the left, and his eyes widened as though what he saw there was terrifying him.

He gave his head a shake and turned back to the camera. He then continued talking about the game for a couple of minutes.

I still don’t get it, I told Rory. People are worried over this?

Rory nodded. Yeah.

Why? I asked. I really couldn’t see what all the fuss was about.

Rory shrugged. You know what the internet’s like. Someone shares their crazy conspiracy theory, and before you know it, everyone’s jumped on the bandwagon. He paused, looking a little embarrassed. I have to admit though; there does seem to be something strange going on here.

You mean you’re actually buying into this? I laughed.

He laughed too. Well, maybe not to the extent that some people are, but yeah, I do think there’s something a little off about the whole thing.

Ok, you’re going to have to explain that one, I said. You’ll be telling me next aliens are controlling him.

I wouldn’t go that far, he laughed. For the most part, I think some sort of mass hysteria has taken over and people who want their fifteen minutes of fame have jumped all over it.

But? I probed.

But people are right about one thing. There’s something off with this video. The editing’s appalling. See here.

Rory skipped through the video and replayed a couple of seconds of it. The guy stammered a little over a couple of his words.

I nodded, but I still didn’t see what all the fuss was about.

And here.

He skipped through the video again to the part where he looked to his right and paused. Again, I nodded.

So, imagine you’re someone who posts videos online, a vlogger. You expect to have around 50,000 people see your videos, hopefully, more.

I’m not a dinosaur, I know how vlogging works, I laughed.

Ok, sorry, Rory