Akai Heya Complete Version
The urban legend was so famous that was even the reason why people in Japan became paranoic to surf the Internet in the time where the Akai Heya rumor became famous, since there was no pop-up block system on that time, which means you could get the Akai Heya pop up anytime.
When accessing the site, it will first warn you that since it is scary, it is not recommended for people with heart problems or people who are bad at scary things. Below, there will be two options, the first one is View (みる, miru) and the other is Stop (やめる, yameru). If you click on the stop button you go directly to the main site, but when you click on the see button instead, you will be redirected to a black page that in a few seconds will open a pop-up of a red image written "Do you like it?" (あなたは | 好きですか?, Anata wa -- suki desu ka?) while a distorted female voice repeats what is written.
As soon as you try to close the pop-up it will open again saying the same thing, and the more you try to close the pop-up, it seems like a sentence is being formed. Then, in the last pop-up, the sentence will finally be finished and will ask you: "Do you like red rooms?" (あなたは赤い部屋が好きですか？ Anata wa akai heya ga suki desu ka?) and the female voice will repeat the entire sentence without distorting the voice.
After that, the pop-up closes and you will be directed to a red page with a list of names who, according to the Akai Heya urban legend/rumor, were the victims of this pop-up and died soon after seeing that list. Minutes later, you will be redirected to a page with a picture of Regan MacNeil from The Exorcist along with a loud scream. Some versions will instead link to the What's Wrong? screamer, complete with the 30 seconds of blank room before the scream
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- Português (Portuguese) • Akai Heya Kanzen Han
NOTE: The following flash contains a screamer!
- isobel.fc2web.com/link/flash.html — The flash is on the second link.