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Holy, what the? O_o

There's like no sense of organization on this site. This needs some damned investigating! 8O

It was a LONG day today. Today is the day I was to meet my deadline for delivering the very first beta release of the embedded system I've been working on for nearly a year. Except... they had "just one little feature" to add... two days ago :evil: I didn't make the deadline (I have about 3 hours of work left to do on it :roll: ), but they're ok with me giving it to them on Monday. There are some perks to working in a small company (get treated like a person, not a number; logic and reasoning usually prevail). So yeah, I'm pretty damned tired, trying to fit all that extra code in by today :lol:

But still, I gotta check this out before I go sleep until next year. This shit is BIZARRE

I assume you clicked on the picture: http://www.lhohq.info/lhohq.html
There's "hidden" links all over this thing...

(Warning: Mild Nudity) http://www.lhohq.info/hillary-did-911-t ... apers.html ...wtf? Weiird...
If you view source on that page, you'll see like 1/3 of the page content is stuffed into description field of a meta tag.
Above that, on line 4, you'll see the link tag referencing the CSS file (before the head tag >_<) ...
► Show Spoiler
:lol:

Whoever made this HAS to be bat-shit fuckin' insane. It looks like they pasted some PDF's that were converted to text. That's what's sitting in the meta tag. The HTML has gotta be hand-written, or at least cut and pasted.

Ah, and try right clicking and view the background image (yeah, the half-boob). Don't worry, I'm not forcing pervy-ness onto you, promise ^_^
I was a bit confused there for a moment when I did it... This website is full of little surprises :P

I am so intrigued right now... I'll post back when I have looked into it some more.
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I looked around a little, and it SEEMS this guy is the one running the site: https://dmitrymyaskovskyart.wordpress.com/
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Possibly, but the more I dig into this site, the more questions I have. It's hard to tell what's misdirection and lies or just flat-out false against what actually holds water.

I'm still looking into this, but here's some of what I've found so far...

I have found the deviantart profile of "the owner" of the website: https://www.deviantart.com/trustpete/about
They claim their name is "Lulabell Petunia" on the DA page. Same name on the lhohq site: http://lhohq.info/laughing_horses_orifice_contact.html

Note: I've replaced 'http' with 'hxxp' on pages I have not yet investigated.
I do not know that these links are safe, visit them at your own risk!


A whois of the domain doesn't tell us who owns it (of course :roll: ), but the creation date is notable (Nov 11, 2007).
Whois:
► Show Spoiler
It seems the original domain for the site was http://interlude.20m.com/lhohq/.

First archive of that URL is from Feb, 2007:
https://web.archive.org/web/20070501000 ... com/lhohq/

I've found these subdomains: (I haven't checked these at all yet)

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hxxp://in-numeris-artem.lhohq.info/
hxxp://kek-ordo-salutis.lhohq.info
hxxp://octagon.lhohq.info
hxxp://orifice.lhohq.info
hxxp://phonograph.lhohq.info
hxxp://symbology.lhohq.info


Found some related sites:

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Looks like this one is run by the same person
http://lhohq.appliedchaosdynamicscontrolassociation.net/

This is a dumb conspiracy website, links to lhohq
https://militantconsumerism.wordpress.com/

Also links to lhohq. Mentions "Lulabell Petnuia" and Links to the deviantart page of "trustpete"
https://americajones.blogspot.com/2006/?m=0
And this is just some of what I've found so far. I've also (weakly) linked it to that old hacker group LulzSec. I'm gonna keep digging...
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Ok, I had to break away and show this...

I've downloaded the entire website with wget, and I'm running strings on the image files. Many of the files were modified on the same computer, at about the same time. Seems this person had an apple mac computer, at least in 2006. Anyway, what I really wanted to show you was this...

In one of the gif files:

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Command: strings -n8 ./hillary-did-911-the-evidence/donald-trump-time-machine.gif

NETSCAPE2.0
There are many Illuminated groups, with different kinds of secret knowledge. Anything you might say about them (including this) will be false for some of the Illuminati, but true for others, which only adds to the confusion and mystery.
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Uh... wtf? I haven't found any weird messages in the other images... yet... O_o
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Ok. I'm pretty much done digging now.

I'm about 90% sure this site is being run by a guy named David R Witzling.

LHOHQ was definitely founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Probably in 2007.

Definitely started by these four guys:
Andrew Gralton
Cullen Bosworth
David Witzling
Mark Escribano

I'm not sure if all of them are still involved, but it appears the LHOHQ website is some cross between "art" and politics.

I'm sticking with my initial assessment: bat-shit fuckin' insane.
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whoah, nice work dude.... :o =D>
I still think that Dimitry guy is somehow involved too, just check his contact form.... :-k

the artwork kinda reminds me of the early Winston Smith works btw, he made those weird and also political collage inlays for Dead Kennedys albums like this one:
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wow, things sure escalated around here when you're out of Internet for a few days xD (Moved to new apartment, still not got Internet up. Currently on phone).
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Thanks b_b ^_^

I did come across a couple of things linking back to that Dmitry guy's webpage, but it came up pretty rarely in comparison to most other things, so I didn't pay a lot of attention to it. My guess, which isn't based on much - just that the art styles of the "trustpete" deviantart account and Dmitry's website are very different - is they're probably not the same person, but maybe friends? It could maybe be one of the other 3 guys? ¯\_(⌣̯̀⌣́)_/¯

I did do a *tiny* bit more digging after my last post, actually. Here's one last bit of info I have:

This is David Witzling: http://drw.frametheweb.com/david-witzling-biography/

Assuming he controls the 'frametheweb.com' domain, then if you look at this document he so kindly compiled:
http://documents.frametheweb.com

There's no mention of Dmitry. Idunno O_o


Hey ayu, glad to see you around. Hope the move is going well! :)
As for the excitement, well... When I see something that weird, I can't help but get to the bottom of it... :lol:
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Gogeta70 wrote:
16 Nov 2020, 23:41
Thanks b_b ^_^

I did come across a couple of things linking back to that Dmitry guy's webpage, but it came up pretty rarely in comparison to most other things, so I didn't pay a lot of attention to it. My guess, which isn't based on much - just that the art styles of the "trustpete" deviantart account and Dmitry's website are very different - is they're probably not the same person, but maybe friends? It could maybe be one of the other 3 guys? ¯\_(⌣̯̀⌣́)_/¯

I did do a *tiny* bit more digging after my last post, actually. Here's one last bit of info I have:

This is David Witzling: http://drw.frametheweb.com/david-witzling-biography/

Assuming he controls the 'frametheweb.com' domain, then if you look at this document he so kindly compiled:
http://documents.frametheweb.com

There's no mention of Dmitry. Idunno O_o


Hey ayu, glad to see you around. Hope the move is going well! :)
As for the excitement, well... When I see something that weird, I can't help but get to the bottom of it... :lol:
Clicked the "mild nudity" link just now. Whoever made this may or may not be completely insane D:
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:lol: It seems you and I are in agreement.
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