posted on Mar, 25 2014 @ 03:16 AM
There was this Australian children's movie, called Dot and the Kangaroo.
It was a mix of animation and real film.
There was one scene where they came to a cave, and this god-awful roar came from it.
Then this creepy song about a bunyip started, accompanied by trippy aboriginal animation.
It showed aborigines being hunted and eaten by the bunyip.
A bunyip is an Australian mythical Monster, which supposedly lives for over a thousand years. It is a water monster, and it's tactics are horrifying.
It hangs around rivers and lakes. It waits until you come for a drink, and then it appears, in the form of a loved-one, one who has died or is still
Once you approach it, thinking it is somebody you know, it grabs you, pulls you into the water and proceeds to tear you apart.
My grandfather used to give me fifty cents if I sat through the entire sequence. Most times I'd sit behind his recliner until it was over.
I guess you could say that is pretty much like IT by Stephen King, except it is an Aboriginal legend that is thousands of years old.