8 UNREAL Creatures Explained!


From mysterious beasts in the moors to real
sightings of Bigfoot, here are 8 unreal creatures explained! 8. Mermaids Mermaids have been both romanticized and villainized
in fiction. We have our lovable Little Mermaid, Ariel,
who just wants to be connected with the human world. But then again, we also have the evil but
beautiful sirens who would sooner lead humans to their death while making them fall in love
with their music. There are many records of explorers who have
claimed to see mermaids throughout history, including Christopher Columbus who stated
that he had seen a mermaid on his travels. Alternatively to the beautiful visions that
we have of them with long flowing hair and seashell bras, Columbus said that they weren’t
as beautiful as they were said to be and that they looked quite masculine. Columbus’ statement was obviously before
the world of Youtube and CGI so his encounter could have been the effect of drinking too
much sea water. There’s many explanations for why people
think they’ve seen mermaids but the most popular is that people haven’t seen mermaids
but they’ve actually seen manatees. Their faces look nothing like human faces,
but they move their heads in a human-like manner. From afar and among a bunch of sea spray,
perhaps you could think you were seeing a mermaid. Although, to be fair it still doesn’t explain
their siren songs, and why humans would fall in love with them so easily… 7. The Beast of Dartmoor In the southwest of England, a cluster of
moors called Dartmoor is home to a lot of creepy stories and sightings. A lot of people claim that certain areas of
Dartmoor are haunted which can easily be shrugged off. However, many people have not only seen this
next creature, but they’ve taken pictures of it. Maybe you have!!! The Beast of Dartmoor has been described in
many different ways and from the pixelated photos, it looks like a mixture between a
wolf, a bear and a big cat. While no human harm has ever been recorded
due to this Beast, there have been numerous farm animals – mainly sheep – that have been
found with their throats torn out and large paw prints leading away from the scene of
the crime. There have even been fictional adaptations
of this creature – BBC’s Sherlock went to Dartmoor to investigate the mysterious hound. (Remember the Hound of the Baskervilles?) I’ll leave you to find out what he discovered
on your own, but the most likely theory is that the Beast of Dartmoor is actually an
escaped big cat from Dartmoor Zoo. In recent years, there have been numerous
escapees that have survived by prowling through the moors. Might be better than facing their caged lives
right? The Beast is said to be a puma and many reports
matches the size and description. Mary Chipperfield, the famous circus owner
from the 70’s was forced to close down her zoo in 1978. She was supposed to send 5 pumas to a new
wildlife park but when the box was opened, there were 5 tags but only 2 pumas inside. Mary said she had broken down and they had
escaped but people believe she did it on purpose so they could live free in the wild. Just in 2016, a lynx escaped its enclosure
and is now probably also wandering around the moors. So in any case, if you feel like something
is stalking you in Dartmoor, watch out because it might just be a wild cat ready to pounce!! Still not a comforting thought… And now for number 6! But first if you are a returning subscriber
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that subscribe button!! 6. Zombies Many people actually believe that zombies
are real.14% of Americans believe there is a small chance of a zombie apocalypse coming. All the zombie shows and movies aren’t helping
so maybe these unreal creatures don’t need that much of an explanation… But I’ll tell you anyway! The general idea of zombies is that they are
the bodies of the dead that have come back somehow so that they are literally the walking
dead – they are normally depicted as very slow moving because of some parasite and all
they want to do bite you and feast on your brains, something along those lines. While some people worry about the zombie apocalypse,
others are actively preparing for it. Also in the States, there are courses you
can take to prepare you on how to survive a zombie apocalypse. But where did the idea come from? In the early twentieth century, Haitian witch
doctors were said to have the power to bring people back to life using voodoo. However, they were normally brought back feeling
mindless and easy to control which was why they were used in sugar cane fields. Sounds crazy? Well, one of the ‘zombies’ that the witch
doctors brought back to life had actually spoken out about it. Clairvius Narcisse was pronounced dead in
1962 but was found again 18 years later claiming that he was brought back to life by one of
the witch doctors and was forced to work as a slave. It was later discovered that the doctors were
using medicines that simulated death. To create the mindless nature of the ‘risen’,
the doctors would then administer a drug to keep the people under their influence, in
a way making them zombies for years!! I mean brain parasites do exist and in the
past people used to get buried alive by mistake so there are all kinds of ways a zombie apocalypse
could happen! Especially with voodoo priests and other evil
geniuses wandering around… 5. Loch Ness Monster Supposedly, the Loch Ness Monster inhabits
Loch Ness in the Scottish Highlands. Last year, 2017, was a great year for Nessie
sightings!! Many people have snapped pictures of what
they believed to be the fabled sea serpent but they’ve always been on pixelated phones
or the image moved too quickly to be able to clarify for certain whether or not it is
the creature. For those of you that don’t know, the Loch
Ness Monster is described as a kind of sea serpent, with a long neck and possibly several
humps. There’s never been any malice associated
with it, just fascination as to whether it exists or not. While this may not explain any recent sightings,
there is a definite and somewhat sad explanation about the early sightings of this creature. One word – elephants. Hear me out, hear me out. Ever seen an elephant’s trunk pop out of
the water? From afar, wouldn’t that look like a head? I know what you’re thinking – elephants
aren’t exactly indigenous to Scotland but around the time that the sightings first began,
there were many travelling circuses roaming the Highlands of Northern Scotland. In the middle of performances, the travellers
would let the elephants play in the lakes – elephants are very strong swimmers and would
easily be able to duck beneath the water. Many of the reports could be explained by
a long trunk sticking out of the icy lake. Unless you were on the shore near the elephants,
you would never think this in a million years! Like I said, this doesn’t really explain
recent sightings but people go to that loch expecting to see Nessie – and now since everyone
has such good cameras, anything that you see that is remotely similar is definitely going
to get recorded. 4. Dracula While I could delve into the vast world of
vampires throughout history, I’ll just focus on the most famous vampire that there is – Count
Dracula. While Bram Stoker’s novel is entirely fictional,
he was inspired by someone who is probably the closest historical evidence that we have
of a real vampire. Vlad the Impaler – or Vlad Dracul III was
Stoker’s muse when creating the terrifying character of Dracula, as he had some very
strange habits which lead people to question whether he was even human. There’s only one way that he got his name
– through impaling people. He would invite guests to dinner – normally
enemies or people that he had a feeling would overpower him in some way or another – and
would have them impaled publicly and put on display. But what was worse? He used to then dip his bread in their blood
and eat it. While it wasn’t directly drinking someone’s
blood from their neck like the classic vampire, it’s still pretty gross. After his death, he was buried just outside
of Bucharest. However, this hasn’t been fully confirmed
as there were reports that stated his body was never buried there and some that said
it disappeared. While we all know that Dracula per se wasn’t
real, there is an explanation for why people think vampires exist: Rabies. Rabies has the tendency to spark a need within
some of the affected to bite other people and to share the disease. It also creates a bloody foam at their mouth
which could look like you’ve just been drinking someone’s blood. Vampires are also closely linked with bats
who are notorious for carrying rabies and garlic is supposed to act as a deterrent for
them which is likely as when someone has rabies, they are hypersensitive to any type of stimulation,
especially intense odours. Put it all together and it explains why many
sick people were thought to be vampires. There is no clear excuse for Vlad Dracul,
however. I think he was just a psychopath. 3. Unicorns Now you have unicorn everything!! You can’t step into a clothing store anywhere
without seeing something with a unicorn on it. Unicorn makeup, glitter, tears…Starbucks
even created a unicorn inspired frappuccino. But where did the idea of unicorns come from? Do people still think they can see them? Even though they are recognised as magical
creatures, there is a theory about where someone could have possibly gotten the idea from about
a white horse with a horn attached to their head. Ever played the game Telephone, also known
as Chinese Whispers? Even in the same language, when whispered
among a group of people, something is going to get lost in the translation. That is what is likely to have created the
unicorn myth – a Greek physician called Ctesias met with a group of Indian travellers. In his works, he wrote about an ‘Indian
ass’ which was a four-legged beast that had a horn protruding from its head. While we now know that the travellers were
talking about a rhino, you could see where Ctesias was confused – an ass is another word
for a donkey and I don’t know what rhinos you guys have seen recently, but they definitely
don’t look like donkeys to me. They also don’t look like unicorns. The elusive, white, unicorn later took on
a religious significance and was also known to have healing powers. In Asian medicine you can still find ground
up unicorn horn to help cure you of any illness. Who knows what you are actually buying… North Korea reported that it found a real
Unicorn Lair! Too bad no one can go visit it in person… 2. Bigfoot This list would be incomplete without Big
Foot. The sasquatch creature has been an unexplained
phenomena for many years. Many people have claimed to have seen him
themselves, there’s multiple pictures and videos but none of them are definitive evidence. Like any film taken on an old camera phone,
they’re not entirely clear and could be anything – similarly to the Beast of Dartmoor. What may look like a bear from afar could
turn out to be a large cat. There’s also the opportunity for hoaxes
and fakery – what could look like a very convincing video where someone who ‘just stumbled upon’
the famous creature could have actually taken hours to set up with a good costume and believable
acting. But a recent theory is that Big Foot is real
– and that he’s actually not a humanoid like some people believe but an extinct giant
ape. A woman in California claims she saw Saquatch
hanging out in a tree last year and is now suing the state for not believing her and
for failing to protect bigfoot. The Gigantopithecus used to live thousands
of years ago and matches the description of Big Foot almost exactly – they were ten feet
tall and would have weighed a massive 1200 pounds. Nobody knows for sure why they went extinct
and now many are thinking that perhaps they didn’t and that they actually just went
into hiding. This would account for the numerous sightings
of Big Foot in different locations – perhaps there’s an entire species of ape living
among us that we thought were long gone. 1. Mummies The idea of mummies has been scaring children
– and some adults – for years. Especially if you’ve seen Scooby Doo, you
know that the zombie-like Egyptians can be quite terrifying. Of course, mummification was very real, which
is perhaps what makes them so creepy. So, where did people get the idea that these
mummies were going to reanimate themselves and begin chasing you with both arms outstretched? Well, there was a lot of superstition between
archaeologists that if you disturbed the wrong tomb, bad things would happen to you that
could even lead to death. This may seem just superstitious but they
weren’t entirely wrong. During the excavation of King Tut’s tomb,
several members of the excavation team died under suspicious and abnormal circumstances. The curse to them, felt very real!! You would be right to think that perhaps the
superstition wasn’t unfounded but think about what would be in that tomb – mountains
of bacteria, toxins and fungi which would be dangerous to breathe in and could kill
you instantly. Did you know that even a rotten potato has
the power to make a human drop dead? Think about what a rotting, mummified King
could do. Archaeology is no joke people!! Thanks for watching!! Do you have any other explanations for these
unreal creatures? Let us know in the comments! Be sure to subscribe and see you next time!! Byee

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  2. What you did doesn't make any sense.. At all. If they can be a mammoth in the ancient times why can't they be loch ness monster. And also there is vampire, unicorn and other mythical creatures. To prove their existence many scientists have discovered their evidence. Are you a scientist to prove them wrong did you examine any of their evidence to say that they were wrong……… You are just a non believer who tried to convinced us that what they have discovered were just lie although it is true. So you can keep this to yourself. What you have said in this vid. Are just lies, you dont even have your evidence what you said are just according to what you've think …….

  3. Unicorns did exist but people thought there horns were magic so they chopped it off and now they are extinct 😒

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  6. the beast of dartmoor is caused by the hybridization of big cats that were released in england because of a new law stating that no body can own a big cat. invasive species.

  7. Zombies want brains cus they are hungry for spagethi they just think brains are spagethis πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  8. 10:21
    I think thats a Gorilla.. Its blurred out A Bit, But I can see the face a LITTLE BITTT..
    ( Gorillas can sometimes walk with TWO legs )

  9. you guys all have your big foots and unicorns but i have my own mythical creature!my leftover money!

  10. πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„

  11. I liked the big foot one it actually made me believe it it made a lot of sense

    Im not being sarcastic

  12. πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–πŸ˜–

  13. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  14. HΝ›AΝ›HΝ›AΝ›HΝ›AΝ›HΝ›AΝ› πŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘ŽπŸ‘Ž

  15. I’m not gonna believe everything on YouTube because that’s just really scary. It’s always gonna make me cry

  16. πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¬πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸ¦–πŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸŠπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆπŸ¦ˆ πŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸŽπŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„πŸ¦„

  17. There are vampires, but not literally. Some are just suffering to a psychological decease and I was one of them.

  18. I live right next to Dartmoor and it was an escaped linx it was caught a few months ago and returned to the zoo I heard it on radio one well I think it's the same creature all I know is when I'm 18 I'm out of here

  19. And I just watched 20 more seconds of the video and you said about the linx thing well now I'm definitely not going up there until I know what's up there

  20. Can you find the when that doesn’t match

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