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Switzerland, a land famous for stories of Elves, Gnomes, Dwarves, Fairies, and just about all fairy tale creatures, may have finally produced tangible proof for one creature long known as myth. While vacationing in Cama, Switzerland, Joern Hansen and his girlfriend Anne, appear to have filmed something that may leave many guessing.
The film, almost a minute long, captures what appears to be a creature many have only read about and seen in books and television. A mythical creature, whose stories have been handed down through time, creating legends and portrayed in drawings from times long ago. The video begins with a shot of the beautiful and isolated Val Cama and the valley's lake floor. After roughly thirty seconds in, we get a sudden attempt and shaking of the camera while Joern tries to focus in on a patch of forest clearing.
It's a white animal, possibly a horse, a cow maybe, or maybe even a mule. However, is it what we're lead to believe? The shot is too short and and we literally only get a few shots at focusing our eyes on the animal, as it then disappears into the trees. Einhorn, they call it.
Take another look though, what is it exactly? Is it what it appears to be? Have Joern and Anne possibly discovered a unicorn in Switzerland?
Originally posted by Rasobasi420
reply to post by MajorMalfunction
I always though that it was a legend adapted from early descriptions of Oryx and other strait horned antelopes when seen from the side.
Originally posted by MajorMalfunction
There's no such thing as unicorns and never have been. The legend comes from the rhinoceros - one horn.
Originally posted by HeavilyArmed
Hard to say without better footage. Looked as close as I could, looks like branch from the tree intersecting with the head, but I can't really tell for sure.
Originally posted by St Udio
StUdio thinks it was actually the Narwhale that sailors saw in the sea, and fashioned tales of a creature which was as big as a horse with one horn in it's head...
which morphed into an actual horse with a single horn on its forehead.