Since the late 1990s, a peculiar phone number began circulating amongst websites, newspapers, magazines, and more. It was said that calling this number played an unknown voice counting from one to ten. The purpose behind this message, and who created it, remains a mystery. Today, we dive down the puzzling Internet rabbit hole of 1-800-GOLF-TIP.
If you’d like to listen to past mysteries we discuss in this episode, they are: South32 (https://open.spotify.com/episode/0ffRX38GsaMbsfawliIool?si=f6e9b1590a494bef), MKUltra (https://open.spotify.com/episode/0FD61kjxHDrrlDSLbik0xn?si=6c624c395d704fae), and Number Stations (https://open.spotify.com/episode/5pcL9N6uUOVR1SxvWXzDoK?si=a801d188285243bf).
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