posted on May, 10 2014 @ 09:36 PM
I dont believe in demons, but for arguements sake, her "face" to me seems like shes demonic as far as i have been told possessed people
traditionally do, more so than when people are blazed out of their mind (so i dont see how her hissing and growling is definitely a nod toward her
being drugged over possessed, I see more people dancing naked and touching themselves than being monsters - again, if i believed in demons).
I dont think the video is staged. The girl must have been doing some strange things and the camerman took advantage. You also see the guy she attacked
leaning toward her telling her something, which may or may not have provoked her craziness. So there must have been something going on before the
camera was filming.
The person with the camera did tell the guy to leave her alone because shes possessed THEN something about her thinking shes drugged out.
Who knows, maybe shes just crazy. I worked with a guy who had serious mental issues, i left him alone for a few minutes, when i checked on him he was
grabbing the side of his head and grimacing in pain - like a little kid does when he doesnt want to listen to his parents so he covers his ears and
starts to roar in anger. He also talked about possession and demons.
But, what is it to be crazy? It seems the science in the field of mental health are just as clueless. I saw a documentary that pretty much just
explained how we are all helpess towards schizophrenia, and that it can happen to any of us, at any time, and with no warning. Unless the documentary
is seriously outdated and/or flawed, mental issues arrives in such random and unexplained ways that you can throw in some religious mumbo jumbo
character into the mix and hed stand shoulder to shoulder with a mental health expert in the field of "we dont know, but this is the closest thing i
got, so take it or leave it" and on paper be just as relevant.