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A Real Life Teleportation Caught On Camera In Russia
Hoax or Fact:
This is a video that became very popular online, gathering millions of viewers on YouTube. The video claims to show a security camera footage in Russia where an unbelievable incident of Teleportation is recorded. A man on cycle rickshaw who was supposed to be hit by a speeding van at a crossroad is shown to have been miraculously saved by a woman who comes from nowhere and lands him safely in another place. The driver of the van who stops after this incident is also shown to be amazed with the consequences - that no damage was done to the man on cycle rickshaw.
Although this mysterious shooting shown as a proof of teleportation looks very real, it does have few flaws. If you closely watch the footage frame by frame before the point of possible collision, you will notice that the shadow of the cycle rickshaw does not move and change in accordance with the powerful oncoming light of the van. Secondly, the very short time the van driver takes to stop his vehicle after he sees the man on the cycle rickshaw disappear raises doubts about the authenticity of the video. This footage of a supposedly real life teleportation actually originates from a Chinese gaming website Wanmei, where you can also see few other similar videos showing super natural incidents. This original video has a description saying "Monitoring head photographed supernatural events do not blink first 16 seconds..I prefer to believe my vertigo, so exciting! (translated)," and also shows the logo of the gaming website at the end of the video.
So it is evident that this “security camera footage” is a part of series of fake videos used for marketing the online games of the China-based entertainment company Perfect World. This particular video of teleportation supposedly caught in a security camera was actually meant to promote a new Chinese video game Zhu Xian 2, in which the characters are considered as the “descendants of gods who once ruled over the world.” The real-life representation of a character from this video game seems to have been replicated by the “dragon totem girl” shown in the Wanmei website. Therefore, the video claiming to show an incident of teleportation in Russia is hoax; it is just a viral marketing advertisement of a Chinese video game. The teleporting superwoman is not alien, but simply a real life representation of the video game character.
What's more interesting about this teleportation hoax video is that it was reported as real and mysterious by many television channels. It has become a trend for the companies to come up with fake viral marketing videos like this to generate public interest and promote their brands/products. In the past there was this video showing the best air race pilot ever, also there was the video of this chimp with AK 47 firing at soldiers.