A Message From The Creators

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On the evening of Sept. 7, 2006 a message was posted on the message boards at lonelygirl15.com titled, A Message From The Creators. At the time, it was unknown who The Creators were, but the account had administrator privileges, and the post was quickly accepted as legitimate.

A few hours later, Richard Rushfield of the LA Times published an article that, using the work of the Phorum 3, linked lonelygirl15 to the Creative Artists Agency. The post did not stop lonelygirl15 fans from continuing to search for the identity of the actress that portrayed Bree.

To Our Incredible Fans,

Thank you so much for enjoying our show so far. We are amazed by the overwhelmingly
positive response to our videos; it has exceeded our wildest expectations. With your
help we believe we are witnessing the birth of a new art form. Our intention from the
outset has been to tell a story– A story that could only be told using the medium of
video blogs and the distribution power of the internet. A story that is interactive
and constantly evolving with the audience.

Right now, the biggest mystery of Lonelygirl15 is “who is she?” We think this is an
oversimplification. Lonelygirl15 is a reflection of everyone. She is no more real or
fictitious than the portions of our personalities that we choose to show (or hide)
when we interact with the people around us. Regardless, there are deeper mysteries
buried within the plot, dialogue, and background of the Lonelygirl15 videos, and many
of our tireless and dedicated fans have unearthed some of these. There are many more
to come.

To enhance the community experience of Lonelygirl15, which you have already helped to
create, we are in the process of building a website centered around video and
interactivity. This website will allow everyone to enjoy the full potential of this new
medium. Unfortunately, we aren’t programmers. We are filmmakers. We are working 
furiously to complete the website, and hope to have it up and running shortly.

So, sit tight. You are the only reason for our success, and we appreciate your devotion.
We want you to know that we aren’t a big corporation. We are just like you. A few people
who love good stories. We hope that you will join us in the continuing story of
Lonelygirl15, and help us usher in an era of interactive storytelling where the line
between “fan” and “star” has been removed, and dedicated fans like yourselves are paid
for their efforts. This is an incredible time for the creator inside all of us.

Thank you. 

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