Was the sinister death of Elisa Lam because she toyed with the dark forces of THE ELEVATOR GAME? A James St James investigative report after the jump.
Now the above “game” which is “big in Korea,” apparently, gives you detailed instructions how to get from our realm into another dimensional plane via a simple numerical code that you can punched in on any elevator key pad. And it’s all a bunch of balderdash, of course, like calling “Bloody Mary” in a darkened bathroom or saying “Beetlejuice” three times in a row. I wasn’t even going to post it, it’s so silly.
That is – until last night, in the sticky black darkness of my room, when all was quiet except the rattling inside my brain, and I suddenly remembered the sinister death of Elisa Lam. You remember Elisa, don’t you? Probably the creepiest thing to happen in Los Angeles since the Black Dahlia murder?
Last February, a 21-year-old student name Elisa Lam from Vancouver, Canada, was found dead inside the rooftop water tank of the Cedar hotel on Los Angeles’ skid row. The LA.County Department of Coroner ruled the death “accidental due to drowning” and said no traces of drugs or alcohol were found during the autopsy. However, there is much more to the story than what is implied by police reports. Much, much more.
Never mind the fact that rooftop was locked and the 8-foot-tall water cistern was incredibly difficult to access, making an accidental fall into it all but impossible. There’s video surveillance, see, and that video tape surveillance is one of the most bone-chilling things you will ever witness.
From Vigilant Citizen:
The four-minute video posted on YouTube shows Elisa pressing all of the elevator buttons and waiting for it to move. Seeing that the elevator doors are not closing, starts behaving extremely bizarrely. At first, Elisa enters the elevator and apparently presses all of its buttons. She then waits for something to happen but, for some reason, the elevator door doesn’t shut. She starts to look around, as if she is expecting (or hiding from) someone. At 1:57, her arms and hands start moving in a very strange matter (almost not human) as she appears to be talking to someone, something … or nothing at all. She then walks away. The elevator door then shuts and appears to start working again.
Watch it now, I dare you. Pay extra-special attention to those weird-ass hand movements, like she had no bones, like they were somehow elongated, like they were somehow not her own – WTF IS THAT?
And who was she hiding from? Who was she talking to? And why was the elevator door taking so long to close?
Was she playing the ELEVATOR GAME? WAS SHE FRANTICALLY PUSHING THE BUTTONS TO GET BACK TO OUR REALM? AND WAS A WOMAN ABOUT TO GET ON? A WOMAN WHO WAS NOT HUMAN? AND DID SHE LOOK AT HER? DID SHE TRY TO TALK TO HER? Is that what happened? I THINK SO!
Right after the events of the video, Elisa apparently gained access to the rooftop of the hotel, climbed to its water tank and, somehow, ended up drowning in it. Her body was found two weeks after her death, after hotel guests complained about the water’s taste and color. Incredible.
Seeing the surveillance footage, most people would conclude that she was under the influence of drugs. However, Elisa did not have a history of drug use and her autopsy concluded that no drugs were involved.
Shortly after the discovery of Elisa Lam’s body, a deadly outbreak of tuberculosis occurred in Skid Row, near Cecil Hotel. You probably won’t believe the name of the test kit used in these kinds of situations: LAM-ELISA. That is hardcore synchronicity.
I’m pretty sure I cracked the case. Elisa was playing the Elevator Game and it got out of hand. That’s my theory and I’m sticking to it. Check out more theories at Before It’s News (including a particularly cracked out one involving the elevator button numbers corresponding to Biblical passages concerning water and the End of Days)
Meanwhile, The LA Times just reported that a horror movie is being made about the Elisa Lam case:
Sony Pictures Entertainment will make a horror film centered on the mysterious death of Canadian tourist Elisa Lam, whose body was found inside a water tank at downtown’s Cecil Hotel. The project is based on a screenplay by Brandon and Phillip Murphy titled “The Bringing.” It was acquired by Sony Pictures and Matt Tolmach Productions.
The 21-year-old Lam’s body was recovered Feb. 21, 2013. Her death was ruled an accidental drowning by the coroner, though surveillance video from the hotel’s elevator that showed Lam acting oddly sparked conspiracy theories about the incident.
Cecil Hotel is also known to have been a hangout of mass killers Richard Ramirez and Jack Unterweger.
According to a source with knowledge of the production, real-life accounts will be used as source material for a fictional tale of an investigator and his descent into madness while looking into deaths at the infamous hotel.
Lam, who was affected by bipolar disorder, had been missing for weeks before her body was spotted by hotel workers who had been looking into queries about low water pressure at the property.
The Times has reported that the only ways to access Cecil Hotel’s roof — where the water tank is situated — are via a locked door that only employees may access or a fire escape that is meant to be alarmed.
Tolmach would produce the film with Daniela Cretu of First Born Films.
Of course, there ALREADY WAS a movie that was eerily, coincidentally?, similar to the Elisa Lam, story: the 2005 horror film Dark Water.
Further reading on the Elisa Lam video, check out The Stir.
Elevator Game via Sixpence.