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  • If you spend enough time on the internet, it's just a fact of life that you'll see

    如果你花足夠的時間在互聯網上,它只是一個事實的生活,你會看到

  • something you really wish you hadn't.

    你真的希望你沒有的東西。

  • Maybe it's perennial shock-site classics like Two Girls One Cup, or some of the truly

    也許是像《兩個女孩一個杯子》這樣的常年震撼現場的經典之作,或者是一些真正的

  • horrific photos and footage of real-life death and murder floating around the web.

    網絡上流傳著真實生活中死亡和謀殺的恐怖照片和鏡頭。

  • But what if we told you there was something even worse out therean image that, just

    但如果我們告訴你,還有更糟糕的東西在那裡--一個影像,只是。

  • by looking at it, you might be driven to pain, madness, or even death?

    通過看它,你可能會被逼到痛苦、瘋狂,甚至死亡?

  • That's exactly what we're here to discuss todaythe terrifying internet legend of

    這正是我們今天要討論的問題--可怕的網絡傳奇。

  • Smile Dog, the photo with the power to kill.

    微笑狗,具有殺傷力的照片。

  • Smile Dog is the colloquial name for a seemingly innocent image file called Smile.jpg, that's

    微笑狗是一個看似單純的圖片文件的俗稱,叫Smile.jpg,也就是

  • been floating around the internet since as early as 1992.

    早在1992年就已經在互聯網上流傳開來。

  • According to most sources, because of the image's place in internet folklore, there

    據多數資料顯示,由於該圖片在網絡民間的地位,有

  • are thousands of copycats out therenone that have the sinister and deadly power of

    有數以千計的模仿者--沒有一個人有陰險和致命的力量。

  • the original.

    原來的。

  • From the scattered reports of the image's victims, we do have a vague description: It's

    從影像受害者的零星報道中,我們確實有一個模糊的描述。它是...

  • a scan of a polaroid photo, featuring a dog that appears to be a Siberian husky against

    一張寶麗來照片的掃描件,照片中的狗似乎是一隻西伯利亞哈士奇犬,與此同時,它也是一隻狗。

  • a dark background.

    深色背景。

  • The dog has a wide, almost human grin, with teeth that look like they simply don't belong

    這隻狗有一個寬闊的,幾乎是人類的笑容,牙齒看起來像根本不屬於他們

  • in the creature's face.

    在生物的臉上。

  • Worse yet, in the darkened corner to the left of the dog is a red hand, outstretched towards

    更糟糕的是,在狗的左邊黑暗的角落裡,有一隻紅色的手,伸向了

  • the viewer.

    觀者。

  • Many of the people who've actually seen the image have described the hand asbeckoning.”

    很多真正看過這幅圖的人都用 "招手 "來形容。

  • As though it's calling them into the darkness of the photo.

    彷彿在召喚他們進入照片的黑暗中。

  • Some viewers have even speculated that this is the hand of the devil himself, calling

    有觀眾甚至猜測這是魔鬼親手所為,稱其為

  • them down to the depths of Hell.

    他們下到地獄的深處。

  • Naturally, as an intellectually curious viewer of The Infographics Show, you'll want to

    當然,作為一個對資訊圖表秀充滿好奇的觀眾,您會希望

  • search for this cursed image.

    搜索這個被詛咒的影像。

  • And don't worry, we're going to show it to youthat's right, the real, original

    別擔心,我們會給你看--沒錯,真實的,原汁原味的。

  • Smile.jpg.

    微笑.jpg。

  • But before we subject you to that, you have to understand what you're getting yourself

    但在我們讓你接受這個問題之前,你必須明白你會得到什麼?

  • into here.

    進入這裡。

  • After all, if the legends are true, it might just change your life

    畢竟,如果傳說是真的,它可能會改變你的生活... ...

  • While the stories about Smile.jpg have circulated the internet since the internet was a publicly

    雖然關於Smile.jpg的故事在互聯網上流傳,但自從互聯網是一個公開的

  • available commodity, the first true, solid, and widely available account of a person's

    可用的商品,第一個真實的、可靠的、廣為流傳的關於一個人的描述。

  • experience with Smile.jpg and Smile Dog appeared on 4Chan's paranormal board in 2008.

    2008年,微笑.jpg和微笑狗的經歷出現在4Chan的超自然板塊。

  • The paranormal board is the birthplace of a number of terrifying internet urban legends

    超自然現象板塊是許多恐怖的網絡都市傳說的誕生地。

  • and creepypastassuch as the malicious, shapeshifting Goat Man, the deadly Daruma-San

    和令人毛骨悚然的故事--比如惡意的、會變形的山羊人、致命的達魯瑪桑。

  • Bath Ritual, and an infamous porcelain doll with living, wriggling innards.

    沐浴儀式,和一個臭名昭著的瓷娃娃,活生生的,蠕動的內臟。

  • A frightening tale like that of the Smile Dog would be right at home on this hub of

    像笑面狗這樣的驚悚故事,在這個中心是很合適的。

  • the strange and paranormal, but the story's haunting details still stuck with everyone

    詭異超自然的故事,但故事中令人難忘的細節還是讓大家記憶猶新。

  • unlucky enough to read them

    不幸讀到它們... ...

  • It began with someone who was just curious, not unlike you.

    開始的時候,有人只是好奇,和你不一樣。

  • They were a young, aspiring writer in college, searching for interesting stories that might

    他們是一個年輕的,有抱負的作家在大學裡,尋找有趣的故事,可能是

  • inspire some exciting new fictionbut they stumbled on a horror that was all too

    激發了一些激動人心的新小說--但他們偶然發現了一個恐怖的東西,這太

  • real.

    真正的。

  • They put out the call for people with interesting stories on the internet, and got plenty of

    他們在網絡上發出了徵集有有趣故事的人,得到了大量的

  • duds.

    啞彈。

  • You know, all the stories about that time someone's weird uncle caught a big one while

    你知道,所有的故事,關於那次某人的怪叔叔抓到了一個大的,而。

  • out fishing, or a kid could swear they saw something moving under their bed.

    外出釣魚,或者一個孩子可以發誓他們看到床下有東西在動。

  • The young writer, identified only as Mr. L in the account, was ready to throw in the

    這位年輕的作家,在敘述中只被確認為L先生,他準備在他的作品中投入

  • towel and give up, when he received a strange correspondence from a man named Terence E

    當他收到一個叫Terence E的人寄來的一封奇怪的信件時,就放棄了。

  • in the summer of 2007.

    在2007年夏天。

  • According to Terence, if Mr. L was looking for scary stories, his wife, Mary, had one

    據Terence說,如果L先生要找恐怖故事,他的妻子Mary就有一個。

  • that would beat out all the rest.

    這將擊敗所有其他。

  • Something genuinely terrifying.

    真正可怕的東西。

  • Genuinely paranormal.

    真正的超自然現象。

  • According to Terence, Mary had experienced a real encounter with the original smile.jpg

    據Terence說,Mary曾經歷過一次真實的遭遇,原來微笑.jpg

  • image, and nothing had been the same ever since.

    形象,從此以後一切都不一樣了。

  • It just so happened that Terence had contacted exactly the right person, as Mr. L had been

    恰好Terence找對了人,因為L先生一直都在。

  • fascinated with the concept of Smile Dog ever since he was in the 10th Grade, back in 2005.

    從2005年10年級開始,他就對 "微笑狗 "的概念著迷。

  • He could feel the mystery of the thing drawing him inthe desire to discover what nobody

  • else had ever discovered before.

    別人曾經發現過的。

  • Terence consulted Mary, and she agreed to an informal interview with Mr. L around a

    特倫斯徵求了瑪麗的意見,她同意與L先生進行一次非正式的面談,時間大約在一個星期左右。

  • month later.

    一個月後。

  • The couple were based in Chicago, and Mr. L just happened to be in the area on unrelated

    這對情侶在芝加哥,而L先生剛好在這個地區,因為不相關的事情。

  • business.

    業務。

  • Everything seemed to be falling into place, until Mr. L actually arrived at the home.

    一切似乎都是水到渠成的,直到L先生真的來到了家裡。

  • When he got there, eager to conduct his interview and potentially discover the truth behind

    當他到了那裡,急於進行採訪,並有可能發現背後的真相。

  • all this hearsay, Mary had barricaded herself in her bathroom.

    所有這些傳聞,瑪麗把自己關在浴室裡。

  • She appeared to be having some kind of psychotic break, screaming and sobbing uncontrollably,

    她似乎是得了什麼精神病,尖叫著,泣不成聲。

  • like she was afraid for her very life.

    就像她害怕自己的生命一樣。

  • In particular, Mary was screaming about some strange nightmares she was experiencing, but

    特別是,瑪麗尖叫著說她正在經歷一些奇怪的噩夢,但是... ...

  • it was largely too incoherent to even tell what she was saying.

    基本上是語無倫次,連她在說什麼都不知道。

  • Terence tried his best to console her for Mr. L's interview, but it didn't do any

    特倫斯為L先生的採訪盡力安慰她,但沒有任何作用

  • good.

    好。

  • From hours of sitting outside the bathroom and taking notes, he only managed to glean

    從幾個小時的坐在浴室外做筆記中,他只設法收集到了

  • the following story.

    下面的故事。

  • Mary was a system operator for a small Chicago-based Bulletin Board System in 1992, back when the

    1992年,Mary是芝加哥一家小型公告牌系統的系統操作員,當時的公告牌系統是

  • internet was in its relative infancy.

    互聯網還處於相對的初級階段。

  • One day, a seemingly innocent hyperlink was posted on the board system.

    有一天,板塊系統上發佈了一個看似無辜的超鏈接。

  • She was one of around 400 to actually click the mysterious link, and was immediately transported

    她是大約400個真正點擊神祕鏈接的人之一,並立即被傳送到了美國。

  • to Smile.jpg.

    到微笑.jpg。

  • The other people who were exposed on that day remained anonymous, and their fates are

    當天被曝光的其他人員仍然是匿名的,他們的命運是

  • unknown, but if Mary's accounts and the legends are anything to go by, their stories

    但如果瑪麗的描述和傳說有任何依據的話 他們的故事...

  • are unlikely to have had happy endings.

    是不可能有幸福結局的。

  • As Mr. L pressed for further details, Mary just sobbed and cried harder.

    當L先生追問更多細節時,瑪麗只是抽泣,哭得更厲害。

  • The woman was inconsolable, and Mr. L realised he'd probably gotten as much as he was going

    女人無可奈何,L先生意識到自己大概是得隴望蜀了吧?

  • to get from her.

    要從她那裡得到。

  • Terence apologised for his wife's strange behaviour, and Mr. L thanked him and left.

    特倫斯為妻子的怪異行為道歉,L先生謝過後離開。

  • This may have seemed like the end of things for most people, but for Mr. L, this was just

    對大多數人來說,這似乎是事情的終結,但對L先生來說,這只是...

  • the start.

    開始。

  • The hunt was on, and Mary's brief account had given him the scent.

    狩獵開始了,瑪麗的簡短敘述讓他嗅到了氣味。

  • He began gathering all the information he could on the mysterious file, its effects

    他開始收集所有的資訊,他可以關於神祕的文件,它的影響。

  • on its victims, and the people it hurt.

    受害者和受其傷害的人。

  • But as the famous quote from German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche goes, “He who fights

    但正如德國哲學家弗里德里希-尼采的名言所說:"戰鬥的人。

  • with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster.

    和怪物在一起的人應該注意自己不要變成怪物。

  • And if you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss also gazes into you.”

    如果你長期凝視深淵,深淵也會凝視你。"

  • Mr. L found that information on Smile.jpg wasn't available anywhere on major internet

    L先生髮現,各大互聯網上都沒有關於Smile.jpg的資訊。

  • information sources like Wikipedia.

    維基百科等信息源。

  • In fact, he found that if anyone did attempt to add a reference to the cursed file on a

    事實上,他發現,如果有人試圖在某一文件上添加對被詛咒文件的引用,那麼他就會發現,他是一個很好的例子。

  • Wikipedia page, it would quickly be struck down by editors.

    維基百科的頁面,很快就會被編輯們打掉。

  • Who was trying to keep this thing buried, and why?

    是誰想把這個東西埋起來,為什麼?

  • He also managed to discover a great deal more about the supposed effects of viewing the

    他還設法發現了更多的所謂的觀看效果。

  • file.

    文件。

  • The most common effects included, on the mild end, severe anxiety and persistent night terrors,

    最常見的影響包括,輕度的,嚴重的焦慮和持續的夜驚。

  • and on the more severe end, hallucinations and temporal lobe epilepsywith seizures

    更嚴重的是,幻覺和顳葉癲癇--伴有癲癇發作。

  • most commonly occurring at night.

    最常發生在夜間。

  • Naturally, as with anything on the internet that can cause harm, it was weaponized by

    自然,就像網絡上任何可以造成傷害的東西一樣,它被武器化了。

  • trolls and bad actors.

    巨魔和壞演員。

  • The image was often circulated on forums in the early Usenet days, and was allegedly once

    早期的Usenet時代,這張圖片經常在論壇上流傳,據稱曾經是

  • used to flood the forums of humour and satire website Something Awful in 2002.

    曾經在2002年充斥著幽默和諷刺網站Something Awful的論壇。

  • The result was a number of users developing severe anxiety, nightmares, and epilepsy.

    結果是不少用戶出現嚴重的焦慮、噩夢和癲癇。

  • Back in the mid to late nineties, the image circulated as all spooky things on the internet

    早在九十年代中後期,這個畫面就作為所有詭異的東西在網絡上流傳開來

  • did back then: By chain email.

    當年做。通過鏈式郵件。

  • The email would disguise itself as one of the number of feel-good chain emails that

    這封郵件會偽裝成大量的感覺良好的連鎖郵件之一。

  • did the rounds back then, with the innocuous subject lineSMILE!!

    當年的報紙上也有這樣的標題:"微笑!!!"。

  • GOD LOVES YOU!”

    上帝愛你!"

  • But by the time you've opened the email and its attachment, it's already too late.

    但當你打開郵件及其附件時,已經太晚了。

  • Plenty of people on the internet claim to have had experiences with Smile Dog, but the

    網絡上有很多人聲稱有與微笑狗合作的經歷,但是,在互聯網上,微笑狗是一個很好的選擇。

  • veracity of these claims are in dispute.

    這些說法的真實性存在爭議。

  • During his investigations, Mr. L did notice some other legends with eerie commonalities

    在調查過程中,L先生確實注意到了一些其他的傳說,這些傳說有一些詭異的共同點。

  • to the Smile.jpg tale he was investigating.

    到他正在調查的Smile.jpg故事。

  • The most prominent was a story known asThe Grinning Man”, about a person who received

    最突出的是一個被稱為 "笑臉人 "的故事,講的是一個人在收到了

  • an email from a recently deceased friend with an image ofyou guessed it – a grinning

    一個最近去世的朋友發來的郵件,上面有一張圖片--你猜對了--一個微笑的

  • man.

    男人:

  • However, after witnessing the image and an accompanying key phrase, the man's life

    然而,在目睹了這一畫面和一個附帶的關鍵詞後,該男子的生活

  • spiralled out of control, with the only way to lift the apparent curse being to pass it

    失控,唯一能解除表面詛咒的辦法是通過它

  • on.

    在:

  • From the smiling to the horrific nightmares to the inevitable tragic end, could the two

    從微笑到恐怖的夢魘,再到不可避免的悲劇結局,兩人是否能

  • things be connected?

    事物是相通的?

  • There was no conclusive evidence on the matter, but Mr. L was sure to make a note of it for

    這件事沒有確鑿的證據,但L先生一定會記下來,以備不時之需。

  • further study.

    進一步研究。

  • Mr. L continued compiling research for an entire year, always haunted by the cries of

    L先生繼續整理研究了整整一年,始終被哭聲所困擾。

  • Mary coming through the bathroom door, and the thought of that smiling hound.

    瑪麗從浴室門口進來,想到那條微笑的獵犬。

  • He discovered that many of the people who'd originally claimed to see the thing had fallen

    他發現,很多原本聲稱看到那東西的人,都已經倒下了。

  • off the map, and that some had tried to use medication to prevent the nightmares and the

    一些人曾試圖用藥物來防止噩夢,並試圖用藥物來預防。

  • epileptic fits that seemed to naturally accompany an incident with the image.

    癲癇病發作,似乎自然而然地伴隨著一個事件與影像。

  • All it took was one lookjust one little look to change your life.

    只需要一個眼神--只是一個小小的眼神,就能改變你的人生。

  • It felt like a somehow more eerily plausible version of the tape from The Ring.

    感覺就像《魔戒》裡的錄音帶,某種程度上更詭異可信。

  • At times, Mr. L wondered if the whole thing was just some elaborate hoax.

    有時,L先生會想,整件事是不是隻是一些精心設計的騙局。

  • An online inside joke, and it was all on him.

    網上的一個內部笑話,都是他開的。

  • Truth be told, he felt almost ready to give up, when he finally got a massive break in

    說實話,他覺得自己幾乎已經準備放棄了,當他終於得到了一個巨大的突破時,他在

  • the case: An email from Mary herself, explaining the whole situation.

    的情況。一封來自瑪麗本人的郵件, 解釋了整個情況。

  • Mr. L eagerly opened the correspondence, excited for his next lead, but what he saw shook him

    L先生急切地打開書信,為下一個線索興奮不已,但他看到的東西卻讓他震撼不已

  • to the core.

    徹頭徹尾的。

  • Mary explained that the image of the Smile Dog had been haunting her in her sleep for

    瑪麗解釋說,"微笑狗 "的形象一直在她的睡夢中縈繞。

  • years, repeatedly saying one thingSpread the word, spread the word.”

    年,反覆說著一件事 "傳播,傳播"。

  • She experienced symptoms akin to sleep paralysisbeing frozen to the bed, and unable to

    她出現了類似於睡眠癱瘓的症狀--被凍在床上,無法動彈。

  • do anything but listen to the words of the demonic dog sitting in front of her.

    什麼都不做,只聽坐在她面前的妖犬的話。

  • Spread the word, spread the word.”

    "傳播消息,傳播消息。"

  • She told Mr. L that, a week after initially seeing Smile.jpg, a floppy disk containing

    她告訴L先生,在最初看到Smile.jpg的一週後,一張軟盤裡裝的是

  • the image was mysteriously mailed to her home.

    影像被神祕地郵寄到她家。

  • Finally, she understood: Much like the Grinning Man that Mr. L had been investigating, the

    終於,她明白了。就像L先生一直在調查的那個笑臉人一樣...

  • Smile Dog wanted her to pass the image on and use it to inflict the curse upon others.

    笑面狗想讓她把這個形象傳遞下去,用它來給別人施加詛咒。

  • That would be the only way to stop suffering from the symptoms herself.

    這樣才能讓自己不再受症狀的折磨。

  • The nightly seizures and visions she was experiencing were so horrific that she was tempted to pass

    她每晚的癲癇發作和幻覺是如此的可怕,以至於她很想通過。

  • it on to others, and even contemplated potential options: A co-worker, a stranger, or even

    傳播給其他人,甚至考慮了潛在的選擇。同事,陌生人,甚至是...

  • her husband, Terence.

    她的丈夫,特倫斯。

  • Mary decided against it, and instead hid the floppy disk away for years, until she finally

    瑪麗決定不這樣做,而是把軟盤藏了好幾年,直到她終於。

  • found a person she could potentially pass the curse ontoMr. L himself.

    找到了一個她有可能將詛咒傳給的人......L先生本人。

  • However, as she was plotting to pass on the curse to him and ruin his life, she decided

    然而,當她正謀劃著把詛咒傳給他,毀掉他的生活時,她決定

  • against it at the last minutehence her breakdown in the bathroom upon his visit.

    在最後一刻反對--是以她在他來訪時在浴室裡崩潰了。

  • Realising it's already too late for her, and wracked with guilt over what she almost

    意識到這對她來說已經太晚了,並且為她幾乎要做的事情而感到內疚

  • did, Mary signed off the email with a harrowing final message for Mr. L.

    做了,瑪麗在郵件上籤下了L先生的最後一句話,令人痛心疾首。

  • Stop while you are still whole.”

    "趁著你還沒死,趕緊停下來。"

  • Later that month, Mr. L received another email from Terence, telling him that Mary had taken

    當月晚些時候,L先生又收到了Terence發來的郵件,告訴他Mary已經拿了

  • her own life shortly after sending the last email to him.

    在給他發完最後一封郵件後不久,她就自殺了。

  • She just couldn't take the suffering anymore.

    她實在是受不了這種痛苦了。

  • Terence also informed Mr. L that he'd found and destroyed the floppy disk by setting it

    特倫斯還告訴L先生,他發現並銷燬了軟盤,將它設置為

  • on fireadding that the plastic gave a snake-like hiss as it burnt and shrivelled,

    火--補充說,塑膠在燃燒和萎縮時發出蛇一樣的嘶嘶聲。

  • destroying yet another copy of the cursed image once and for all.

    一勞永逸地摧毀另一個被詛咒的影像副本。

  • Mr. L was ready to hang up his hat and close the investigation into Smile.jpg.

    L先生準備掛掉帽子,結束對微笑的調查.jpg。

  • People had suffered and even died, and just as Mary had advised him to, he was going to

    人吃過苦,甚至死過人,就像瑪利亞勸他的那樣,他要去

  • quit while he was ahead.

    趁他不在的時候退出。

  • It was a couple months later, when he'd almost forced the whole nasty affair out of

    那是幾個月後,當他幾乎把整件齷齪的事情逼出來的時候。

  • his mind, that he saw a new email appear in his inbox with the subjectSmile.”

    他看到收件箱裡出現了一封主題為 "微笑 "的新郵件。

  • Without even thinking, he clicked on it, and by that point, it was already too late.

    他想都沒想,就點了下去,而此時,已經來不及了。

  • The text in the body of the email, littered with spelling and grammatical errors, said:

    郵件正文中的文字,到處都是拼寫和語法錯誤,說。

  • “I found your e-mail adress thru a mailing list your profile said you are interested

    "我從你的資料中找到了你的電子郵件地址,你的資料上說你有興趣。

  • in smiledog.

    在微笑狗。

  • I have saw it it is not as bad as every one says I have sent it to you here.

    我已經看過了,它並不像每個人說的那麼糟糕,我已經在這裡發給你了。

  • Just spreading the word.”

    只是把話說開了。"

  • And the rest is spooky internet history.

    剩下的就是詭異的網絡歷史了。

  • Now, you've heard the story, and you know all the horrors this strange little photo

    現在,你已經聽過這個故事了,你也知道這個奇怪的小照片的所有恐怖之處。

  • is said to be able to unleash.

    據說能夠釋放。

  • Maybe it's all just an urban legend, or a hoax, or mass hysteria.

    也許這一切只是一個都市傳說,或者是一個騙局,或者是大規模的歇斯底里。

  • After all, how much damage can one picture do?

    畢竟,一張圖片的傷害有多大?

  • But hey, if you want to be safe, you can always send this video to a couple friends and

    但是,嘿,如果你想安全的話,你可以隨時把這個視頻發給幾個朋友,然後... ...

  • Spread the word.

    傳播消息。

  • Check outHow A Meme (Slender Man) Became RealandRussian Sleep ExperimentEXPLAINED

    請看 "Meme(縴夫)是如何成為現實的 "和 "俄羅斯睡眠實驗--解釋"

  • for more chilling internet oddities.

    更多讓人不寒而慄的網絡怪事。

If you spend enough time on the internet, it's just a fact of life that you'll see

如果你花足夠的時間在互聯網上,它只是一個事實的生活,你會看到

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