Video clip of Real Mermaid Found in Indonesia
1. Real jal pari
2. Terrifying Mermaid Captured on Camera in Lake Xolotlán of Nicaragua.
A short video clip is doing rounds widely online alleging to show a Real Mermaid Found in Indonesia. Some other versions claim the terrifying Mermaid was captured on camera in Lake Xolotlán of Nicaragua. So, let us examine the authenticity of the video and find out if the mermaid is real or not.
Real Mermaid Found in Indonesia?
The interesting, short video appears to show a sea creature writhing on a wooden area near a water body, trying to get up and return to the water. The video is rather doing rounds online with various claims calling the Jal Pari (Hindi name for mermaid) was found in different places like Indonesia and Nicaragua (a Country in Central America). Likewise, the video reminds us of an old, popular video claiming to show a Mermaid Sighting in Kiryat Yam, Israel – as a proof of their existence.
Origin of the Video
The short video in question went viral after a Tik Tok user DSTN Anggun LEADER @anggun.kece published it in late December 2019. However, the grainy low resolution video comes from an old, longer video. YouTube channel JJPD Productions shared the video earlier in September 2019. The title said Terrifying Mermaid was caught in Lake Xolotlán (Managua) of Nicaragua – discussing if it is real or not.
YouTube channel JJPD Productions shared the video suggesting the strange creature was captured on video in 2019. The description in fact said JJPD Productions Alexis strolled around the area of Lake Xolotlán in Nicaragua. Allegedly, he saw something very strange in the distance and then recorded the spooky video on his camera.
However, further description of the video clarified JJPD Productions created the paranormal video for the sake of entertainment. As a matter of fact, the mermaid in the video is a CGI creation. Similarly, the channel shares videos with special effects, videos of paranormal encounters, fictional short films, horror stories and more. The Tik Tok user DSTN Anggun LEADER copied a part from the video of JJPD Productions, albeit in a low resolution. Note, he shared many such CGI videos using the same sound of crowd shouting.
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