An old bag of bones!
This ancient pirate skeleton dates back to around 450BC and was dug up in a back garden at an unknown address. Shortly after the discovery strange noises were heard coming form the house where a Mr Atitch March lived. Many of the neighbors thought it sounded like a drunken man, but, this was never proved and after a while the noises stopped altogether. He was never seen again. It was rumored that he had sold his soul to the pirate captain and joined the crew aboard a ghost ship.
Recently the skeleton resurfaced and was found in a local high street shop with a price tag of £1. BUT, tis said that on every Halloween night, if you listen carefully you can still hear the call of the pirate captain willing all to 'pledge their soul' and join his ghostly crew.
This hack uses a mash up of code, the dead and social media to bring you a Halloween treat. Look into the eyes of the skull, hear the pirate persuade you to join his crew, will you be tempted, all you have to do is tweet @PiTests #soul and this triggers the soul camera which captures your soul, forever. Dare you tweet it and join the pirate's crew? forever?.... @PiTests #soul, If you do, then the skeleton will steal your soul and send you photographic proof of its ownership of your life. Look below for yourself, the souls of the damned...