posted on Aug, 12 2012 @ 02:37 PM
At least the OP asked first, instead of taking it as fact straight away! I applaud them for that.
The husband and I watched this mockumentary last night, and as skeptical as we were, we didn't see any outright indication that it was fake when it
started. It looked very
convincing, like a few real people came out of the shadows & spoke up about a hushed event. By
the end of it, the husband was leaning towards being roped in to believing it. I was still skeptical, so we watched the encore presentation & picked
it apart a little. When it was about half an hour from being finished, I had the idea to look it up in IMDB, and was very
dismayed to find that
the "scientists" were all ACTORS. The Rebecca girl struck me as very familiar, and it turns out I'd seen her in a clip from a movie called "Black
I don't appreciate being hoodwinked, and I'm sure many others don't appreciate it, either. This was designed to look authentic, and it sure fooled a
whole lot of people into thinking so. They deliberately fooled people. If you aren't glued to the credits at the end, you're going to miss the
disclaimer blip stating only The Bloop audio is real, so shame on them for this. That disclaimer should be front & center at the start of it, not
buried at the end credits.
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