Yeah, a water company pulled a viral April Fools' Joke that’s still circulated as legitimate. Not only does this Japanese facial-tissue commercial make no sense as an ad -- what does that tomato/unicorn baby have against wiping itself? Like earlier "viral" videos that would get passed around on VHS, this curse comes with an isolating twist: Watch the video by yourself at midnight (in your respective time zone, of course), and the video changes to a distorted, satanic-looking mess with a pair of black eyes that stare back at you.
It’s not important to understand exactly what the "deep web" is, but suffice to say that the majority of what we consider "the internet" is just the surface of a vast network of computers and systems constructed by humans.
The various takes of the video include some with a woman screaming in the background, and the whole thing follows an arc of the creepy stalker narrative so clearly, it’s likely a very well executed horror short.
There is a Vanwall Business Centre on Vanwall Road in Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 4Ub, but the companies there are a biopharmaceutical company, a branch of a translation company, a health and fitness education academy, and Mattel customer service. The Angel of Catalonia video has accumulated millions of views since its upload in 2006 and has made several lists on the internet “proving” ghosts and the paranormal are real.
The four million views that the video has accumulated since means more than enough people were willing to go along with the creepiness all the way to the denouement of a monster.
Sometimes this sort of thing could even get a person a job, like when A group of Japanese teenagers are in a restaurant and complain about an offending smell that manifests just as a pale figure appears in the background.
This isn't the only segment that's broken out from the show and blown up on creepy You Tube; after the mini-ghost-story, watch the exploding sea creature and the capture of a human soul escaping the body.
There was a lady all skin and bone; Sure such a lady was never known: It happened upon a certain day, This lady went to the church to pray.
The video originally hit the internet in June 2005, and what was supposed to be a 30-second commercial for Aphex Twin music became a short film about a deformed raver who lived in a basement with his chihuahua.
Practical make-up effects were combined with quick editing and video shot in night-vision mode to make the whole thing seem trippy, weird, and disturbingly tactile.
The owner of the Obscure Horror Corner You Tube channel was reportedly sent this game from one of his subscribers who had found it on a deep web Tor page where users could post random files.
This "game" was labeled simply "ZK." After running a Malware check, Jamie the You Tuber started playing the game and recording the results.