No one knows where the hell it came from.
It was a normal day for Twitter users, the same things to talk about with crimes and laws being broken, another pointless outrage over a misunderstanding of a misunderstanding, and justifications for even the most heinous acts. Just a normal day.
All at once, everyone got a notification, and those who didn't listen to those notifications would have gotten an email, and a certain tweet being the first thing they see on their home page. Then a second tweet. Three, four, all of them of the same subject, all of which were incoherent.
People went to the website to try and get answers. Instead more questions were asked.
The entire page was black in color, not a single color seen throughout all of it. It contained rows upon rows of questions, none of which actually pertained to what Twitter was doing or what they were about. People tried digging into the site's origin-- no secure encryption method, no info about the creator of the page anywhere, and no internal information could disconcert who was hosting the site.
People asked all around. Elon Musk said that he had nothing to do with it and it was the result of a hack. The two employees who were working at the time before being fired five minutes later by Elon for talking about non-secrets said there was not a hack involved.
The thing that got people most interested with the site, though, were the long list of the questions. As said prior, they had nothing to do with twitter, for the most part. However, they instilled a sense of paranoia and confusion to some:
Some of the questions were oddly personal and accusatory:
Some were downright nonsensical:
And many, especially near the end, were downright threatening:
Things became concerning for many rather quickly, as when anyone replied to the tweets that talked about the site, they would find their personal information revealed, and would find a question often directed at them:
The people who were said to have committed a crime would be discovered missing.
The site lasted for about a month before vanishing.
One last tweet came from whomever ran the site, before disappearing.