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May 14, 2007

A long story short

Lots going on, but the top line is: there are 15 pairs of tickets for the Radio 1 Big Weekend to be had this week. I need YOU to get your hands on them before anyone else.

So, here's a quick summary of what happened over the weekend:


And here's the longer version...

In the BBC, I found a black-and-white board game. It turned out that the counters spelled out a web address in braille, leading us to http://www.silburngriggsmining.com/projectfia/ - the secret files of the man behind the whole Frozen Indigo Angel project. His name is Cyrus Quinton, and FIA is a subliminal messaging scheme building up to something huge at the Big Weekend.

Thanks to everyone who's helped me get this far. In particular, thank you to Violet - http://www.violetunderground.com - in Perplex City, who has been conducting her own investigation into all this from a different angle. Looks like Cyrus and the FIA technology come from Perplex City too, and Violet has a bit of a history with him. Take a look at her website for more background.

But the main thing is the tickets. Cyrus is trying to give out the first few tickets tomorrow night in Liverpool - I'm not sure exactly how he plans to do it, but he mentions some kind of puzzle to be revealed today at http://www.silburngriggsmining.com/projectfia/, so keep an eye on that.

I need you to get those tickets.

Oh, and happy birthday to me.


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In April and May 2007, I claimed there was a cover-up at the BBC to do with the words 'Frozen Indigo Angel'. It was all part of an Alternate Reality Game run by Radio 1 and the guys behind Perplex City - in fact, I encountered a character or two from Perplex City myself.

During the game, we gave away tickets to the Big Weekend, musical instruments belonging to major bands, and introduced thousands of people to a whole new world. All for free.

If you'd like to re-live the adventure, check out my first video, and then watch the rest.

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