The start of Yellowjackets season 2 introduced adult Lottie (Simone Kessell), who has a creepy cult similar to what she started as a teen (Courtney Eaton) when she and her friends were stranded in the forest. The phone number (607-478-1033) shown is a real number you can call. After calling, we can confirm it is goosebump-inducing.
Nobody is actually talking to you when calling the Sunshine Honey Wellness Community, as it is a pre-recorded memo. You hear the Yellowjackets cult leader known as Charlotte (or her high school friends known as Lottie) welcoming you to her community. While telling you about it, it cuts off as she talks about some of her weird philosophical views. In the second half, things get significantly creepier, which may make you want to hang up.
“You ever wonder where you are? Are you somewhere feeling lonely? Wandering between the who and the when, flirting with the why. If so, hello, we are here and ready to believe. But we’re still here and we’re still listening. Don’t be afraid to say the words that move the wind. We’ll hear you, if you hear us.”
If you are outside of the U.S. and unable to call the New York number to hear the message by the cult from Yellowjackets, you can hear it below from Twitter user @triptojaimeland.
The Message From the Yellowjackets Cult, Spoken by Lottie
GUYS…..CALL THE EMERGENCY NUMBER THAT LOTTIE GAVE THEM pic.twitter.com/a0I8HMGcLo
— jaime (silly boy) (@triptojaimeland) May 12, 2023
The creative minds behind Yellowjackets have been trying to bring their audience into the world beyond this phone number for the cult. Back in March, a video was created that deep-faked MTV reporter Kurt Loder into what he looked like in the ’90s. He delivered a news story update about the soccer team, who were still missing at the time of the report. It brought back the aesthetics of ’90s broadcast news reports in an immersive way.
The series follows a girl soccer team that crashes in the middle of the woods after traveling to a tournament match. The survivors go down a dark road to live. The show flips to the present, which follows the survivors and what their lives look like in adulthood.
Yellowjackets have been full of all sorts of wild things between its first two seasons, from Lottie’s cult to the team’s acts of cannibalism. Season 2 has been raising the bar of mysteries and twists from the already high bar from the first season.