In technical speak, an HTTP 404 error refers to a response page given when a client requests a page that does not exist on a website, whether due to a typo or an error on the server’s end. However, some webmasters have gotten creative with their 404 error pages, and these examples prove it. Click here to see more. In related news, continue reading to see what happens when Darth Vader goes to Disneyland.

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