Jinxed Phone Number 0888 888 888 Has Been Suspended All Its Users Are Dead

There are tales of hotels and buildings that do not have a 13th floor or room number 13 due to a belief that they are cursed or haunted. In Bulgaria, there is a phone number, 0888 888 888, that has been similarly avoided due to an eerie pattern that was noticed by the company. As a result, the number has been suspended.

The Cursed Number 0888 888 888

There were three known victims of the cursed phone number before it was permanently suspended.

The 1st Victim Of 0888 888 888

The first person to have this phone number was Vladimir Grashnov, the CEO of the issuing company Mobitel. Grashnov passed away from cancer in 2001 at the age of 48. While this may seem like a normal occurrence, it is believed by some that his cancer was caused by a business rival using radioactive poisoning. Despite having a clean business record, this rumor persisted.

The 2nd Victim Of 0888 888 888

After Grashnov's death, the cursed phone number 0888 888 888 was given to Bulgarian mafia boss Konstantin Dimitrov. Dimitrov was killed in 2003 while in the Netherlands inspecting his drug-smuggling empire, which was worth approximately £500 million. It is believed that he was assassinated by Russian mafia members who were envious of his success. Dimitrov, who was 31 years old at the time of his death, was with a model when he was shot while dining out. The phone was with him at the time of the incident.

The 3rd Victim Of 0888 888 888

The third person to have this phone number was a corrupt businessman named Konstantin Dishliev, who was killed in 2005 in the capital city of Bulgaria, Sofia. It is reported that he was assassinated outside of an Indian restaurant. Dishliev, who worked as an estate agent, was secretly running a large-scale cocaine trafficking operation at the time of his death. The case of his killing remains open.

Now The Jinxed Number 0888 888 888 Is Suspended

Since 2005, the phone number 0888 888 888 has been considered cursed and has been suspended. Anyone who attempts to call it will hear a message stating that the call is "outside network coverage." When asked for comment, Mobitel told Mail Online that the number has been permanently suspended and is no longer in use. The company did not provide any further information on the matter,"We have no comment to make. We won't discuss individual numbers."

Is this a curse or coincidence? You decide!