Girls face time numbers
Sadako was the ghost from The Ring movies, so it is possible this number was set up to promote the movies.
In Japan, the number 4 (shi) sounds like the word for “death” (shi).In many cases, the calls do not show up on the phone bill.“We were in a car going home one night when our friend received a call on his cell phone from (666) 666-6666.From that point on, any attempt to call the number resulted in a prerecorded message which simply stated “outside network coverage.” In some Asian countries, people claimed that the phone number 1-000-000-0000 was cursed.If you called it, you would hear a male voice telling you that if you did not call 15 or more people and tell them about the cursed number, you would die.If you call it and make a wish, your wish will be granted.
However, you will die soon afterwards in a freak accident.
The first is horrified screaming, the second is spooky singing and the third is scary whispering. People who were children in the 1970s claimed that in the UK, there was a mysterious number that could be dialed for free in a payphone.
When the call was picked up, you would hear a woman’s voice saying, over and over, “Help Me, Help Me, Susie’s Dying.” “Back in 1975 when I was 9 years old, some of the kids I hung around with insisted we all pile into the nearest phone box to hear a spooky message.
In Japan, the number 090-4444-4444 was known as “Sadako’s Number”.
If you call the number, you are supposed to be able to hear some strange, creepy noise.
Apparently, if you answered the call, you would hear a high frequency signal that would cause you to have a brain hemorrhage, killing you instantly.