|A Nightmare on Burton Street|
Prank Call Series
Michael Shockley and various residents of a neighborhood in Sugar Creek, Missouri.
7 parts, appox. 10 min. a piece
A Nightmare on Burton Street was a controversial multi-part series of prank calls to ten homes in a neighborhood in Sugar Creek, Missouri.
It is frequently billed as a collaborative work between Mr88Nismo and TheGoldenPhone, though the prior asserts he merely posted the calls on his channel and had no part in them. The prankster primarily employed the Rick the Mullet Man soundboard; however, cameos were made by Deputy Duncan, Deputy Martin, Random Asshole, and Chris the Hacker.
The February 2010 incident, which unfolded two weeks after the calls had been placed, is itself referenced most commonly as A Nightmare on Burton Street, Burton Street, the Sugar Creek incident, or along such lines.
The prank calls was the result of a collaboration between Mr88Nismo (who now asserts he only hosted them on his channel for TheGoldenPhone, and did not take part in them) and TheGoldenPhone. It holds the infamous distinction of resulting in a lingering police investigation and multiple but brief exposés of the Soundboard Prank Call community on a local FOX News in early 2010. The name is a reference to the popular Freddy Krueger horror film series. Following the exposé by the Kansas City FOX station, in which the Sugar Creek Police Chief stated that YouTube would be heavily monitored, several prank callers, including the aforementioned Mr88Nismo and TheGoldenPhone, briefly left his YouTube account (later starting up another account, TheGoldenPhone2), and Mr88Nismo account was suspended.
The report even managed to catch the attention of Frank Garrett himself, who made reference to it in a couple of Mr88Nismo's prank calls to him, with a Rick the Mullet Man soundboard. Chris Perron too is well aware of the prank calls made to Burton Street, as he mentioned during a prank call to him with Internet Telemarketer. In a hyperbole, Chris claims that the prank "affected a whole community."Though it has not yet been proven, it is thought that Rick may also be aware of this incident.
- A Nightmare on Burton Street Part 1
- A Nightmare on Burton Street Part 2
- A Nightmare on Burton Street Part 3
- A Nightmare on Burton Street Part 4
- A Nightmare on Burton Street Part 5
- A Nightmare on Burton Street Part 6
- A Nightmare on Burton Street Part 7
Reception in the prank calling community was essentially uniformly positive until the incident with the police began to unfold. The series remains divisive today, and attitudes towards it are comparable with those towards the Rick the Mullet Man soundboard itself. Specifically, the violence and content of the Burton Street calls has been bashed for its lack of good humor, and for being laced with constant screaming, rather than the standard confusion or annoyance.
Two weeks after the series was completed, the Sugar Creek Police Department spoke with a local FOX News about its investigation into the calls. Detective Virginia Deboard stated:
"They recorded him and now are using his voice to call other people [...] With his voice, they are using the words he used toward them because they kept calling him. He got angry."
Deboard alleges that she contacted "phone companies, the Federal Communications Commission, and other law enforcement agencies to track down the pranksters, which can be difficult.
Frank Garrett was rightfully not believed to be a likely suspect, though along with the University of Florida and Washington, D.C., Stilwell, Oklahoma was acknowledged as a possible launching ground for the calls.
The calls remain a controversy amongst the prank call community. Several prank callers and fans have showed high praise by referring to it as the greatest prank call series of all time, while others have criticized the series, labeling it and the Rick soundboard as the downfall of the prank call community.
Return to Burton StreetEdit
The teaser trailer appeared to be very well recived by Billybob Jame's fans.
As of now A Nightmare on Burton Street 2: Return To Burton Street is not happening/is on hold due to the recent incident of the Rick the Mullet Man sound board has been really active in Independence, MO since September 11. 2014. Resulting in the Independence Police to get active again.
On May 7, 2016, a caller by the name of The Phantom Dailer uploaded a video called Return To Burton Street. (Part 1)
- ↑ Angry, threatening calls alarm Sugar Creek
- ↑ Ibid. 1
- ↑ Fucking Again....
- ↑ Frank garrett makes the news
- ↑ Frank Garrett makes the news again
- ↑ Nightmare on burton street on Fox news
- ↑ Other ABG Interviewed by Goddamned Buffoon Reporter from Fox News
- ↑ Original calls to Duncan part 17
- ↑ "Yew scared the block ..but yew didn't scare me! "
- ↑ "Chris The Hacker falls in to the trap of an Internet Telemarketer!"
- ↑ Ibid. 1
- ↑ Ibid.
- ↑ Ibid.
- ↑ Original Calls to Prank Victims
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIdBT-Pvhkk
- ↑ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OH6Q3SaJCbM Rick The Mullet Man on Fox New again
- A WARNING to ALL prank callers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! on Jackulator.com
- Matthew Zarzeczny, "February 23, 2010: The Greatest Prank Calls in Cracked History!," Cracked History (2014).