Originally posted by whatukno
Although I am no expert, and I don't know how they would do such a thing I am pretty sure this is a hoax film.
Don't worry. The expert has stepped in!
For those whom claim it is a photoshop, let me assure you; It is not a photoshop.
A strange animal, lying on the edge of table. Its body struggling to move, while the head moves freely.
Let's work our way up, from the bottom.
Look at the tail. Look at it when it moves. (0'05")
It is flailing from midway down, everything above it remains completely motionless. No known mammal moves it's tail like this, simply because the
mammalian tail is not anatomically designed to do so.
On a side note, have a look at the way that the tail moves. (0'05")
It is very jerky, rapid, short movements, in a singular direction. This movement (of this type of tail
) cannot be consciously controlled by an
animal. It would, if anything have to be nervous. Nerve damage, extreme temperatures, shock, etc.
Next, Look at the movement of the limbs. (0'08") (0'12') (0'30") (0'49") (0'54" onward)
Did you notice anything unusual?
There are several things that you should have picked up.
Only two of the four limbs move in the entire video. The two bottom ones. (The 'creatures' right hand side.
The limbs always move in a singular direction.
They remain unnaturally flat on the table at all times. If you have a pet cat or dog, watch them lie. Then watch when when they move their limbs. They
do not bring them straight toward their body. They lift it slightly as they bring it toward them.
Although the film is bad quality, you will still be able to notice it. (or rather, you will notice the lack of it
.) Throughout the entire
video, it does not raise it's torso. In other words, it does not breathe.
The head. Dead giveaway.
Let's ignore the fact that it is human. The size of the head is not plausible, in relation to the body. The body is much too small to support it's
weight. It has the wrong type of tail for it to help counter balance the weight.
There are just so many reasons WHY the head does not match the body, I will not bother going into it further.
The hair, or mane is not decorative. It serves a purpose. Concealment.
So what is it? It's pretty simple to work out.
Ever watch a magic show? Have you seen a magician saw his lovely female apprentice in half; and still have her live?
This is the exact same concept.
The movement of the tail, and the restricted movement of the limbs? Simpley done by strings from the back.
The mane? To hide the connection (or lack thereof
) of the body and head.
It is an illusion, very badly done; using a dead, or stuffed animal with the head a human, strings and a angled mirror under the table.
I laughed when I watched this.