A now viral video is making the rounds that many say is a real sighting of a real werewolf in Africa who was apparently shot … but the whole thing is BS.
The clip that made people buzz appeared out of nowhere this week, showing the body of a Lycan – a subspecies of a werewolf in monster mythology – lying dead on the floor in the middle of the night, bleeding from his face … lie motionless.
Unconfirmed report of werewolves killed in southeastern Nigeria @cnni @FoxNews @AlJazeera_World pic.twitter.com/enakWoQ5fY
– MAGNUS SHADOW (@Frozenhrt) June 18, 2021 @Frozenhrt
There is a man who narrates who appears to be speaking in Hausa – which people understood to mean that this alleged murder took place somewhere in Nigeria … and it matters to everyone.
Various users saw this and spread it like wildfire – warned locals in the area to keep a lookout, raised the alarm without really questioning the source … or its veracity. Fortunately, someone came to the table with the truth – and that would be … this is a big, fat joke!
The clip everyone is watching is dubbed as the original is actually part of what appears to be a short film from Portugal called “Lobisomem Morto a Tiros” … which translates as “Werewolf shot to death”. Very original, we know. It was released on April 1st by a user named Cloud Wolf … who devoted an entire YT page to the legendary creature.
How the hell does this thing look so real … it counts for great SFX work, courtesy of the freelance sculptor Joseph-Rob Cobasky – who has photos on his IG with his creation on the table (Frankenstein style). Obviously it’s top notch work – especially since everyone thought it was the real McCoy. Proof of the quality indeed.
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The make-up team at An American Werewolf in London is likely nodding with glee – because Joseph’s attitude towards a werewolf isn’t all that different what they cooked in ’81.
Anyway, nothing to see here folks – back to the Bigfoot and Loch Ness sightings please.