March 1 – There are photos and videos of alien-like mermaids advanced humanoid race lives in our ocean according to Newcarsz.
Mermaids have been a staple of folklore and legend for centuries, with many tales of the aquatic creatures dating back to ancient Greece. But could these legendary beings really exist? According to the website, there may be more to mermaids than meets the eye.
Question: Do you believe in mermaids? Some people do, and some people don’t. But what if there were real alien-like mermaids advanced humanoid race living in our ocean?[ays_poll id=”7″]
A publisher from Newcarsz recently took a closer look at purported evidence of advanced humanoid creatures living in our oceans and believes that the videos and photographs offer compelling proof of mermaids’ existence. So what does this mean for humanity?
Continue reading to explore the potential implications of this discovery – and see for yourself!
Mermaid Migration Caught on Film by Drone
The Mermaid Migration Caught on Film by Drone video was published by the YouTube channel called ApexTV in 2016 and The Finest. This channel is known for publishing hoax videos for money, and it was exposed by IB Times about a time traveler hoax. This is not a good start.
In the video, it is claimed that a large group of mermaids was captured in a crazy drone video recording. However, this channel has not a good reputation, so it is likely that this video is just another hoax. This video has been viewed over 7,9 million times.
The original video appeared on Capt Dave’s Dana Point Dolphin & Whale Watching Safari YouTube channel in 2014. The video is titled “Drones Over Dolphin Stampede and Whales off Dana Point and Maui” and the channel says in the video description the drone filmed a dolphin stampede, gray whales, and mother and calf humpback whales. The mermaid claim is therefore a lie.
While the claim is unfortunately not true, it is important to be aware of hoax videos that are being published in order to protect viewers from being scammed. This particular video was viewed over 7.9 million times and it is important to be able to identify these hoaxes in order to prevent them from spreading.
ApexTV is a YouTube channel that is known for publishing hoax videos in order to make money. One of their most popular videos is one titled “Mermaid Migration Caught on Film by Drone.” Unfortunately, this video is just another hoax, as the original footage comes from a 2014 video that does not include any mermaids.
Mermaid Found in Shark’s Stomach
29 days before Halloween in 2016, a video has generated a lot of interest on social media and tabloids. The body of the mermaid was discovered by Paul Jones on the beach. The mermaid has generated a lot of speculation on social media because of her unusual appearance. Some people have suggested that she is a fake.
Everything points to this being a hoax due to two important facts we learned during the investigation. The video was published on October 2, and Halloween falls on October 31. Paul Jones is a talented doll maker, pictures and videos on his Facebook profile indicate that he most likely created the mermaid as a publicity stunt.
When something strange or out of the ordinary happens, it is natural for people to want to know more about it. The discovery of a mermaid’s body on a beach has generated a lot of speculation online, with many people believing that it is a hoax.
After investigating the matter further, we have determined that this was likely just a publicity stunt by the doll maker who created the mermaid. While some may be disappointed that this wasn’t an actual discovery, it is still an interesting story that captured people’s attention.
Pay attention. Pause the video at 2m09sec. In the background (right) you can see the mermaid in question stored in a closet.
Archaeological Mermaid Skeleton
In 2012, the mermaid of Haraldskaer was first presented at the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen. This mermaid skeleton was allegedly discovered by a farmer while plowing a field in Haraldskaer, Denmark. The upper body of this creature is a humanoid, while the lower body resembles a fish. Following this finding, many scientists were interested in mermaids.
The mermaid was on display at the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen, where it has been attracting a lot of attention from both scientists and the public. People have long been fascinated by mermaids, and this skeleton has only served to increase that fascination. The Haraldskaer mermaid is definitely interesting.
A debunker unravels the mystery behind this series of photos on Twitter in 2018, saying this was an April’s fool prank by the Danish museum. The mermaid was made with a human skeleton and a swordfish tail.
Almost correct, in fact Mille Rude, a Danish artist, created the Haraldskaer mermaid skeleton, complete with a shark-inspired tail, for a special exhibition held at the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen in 2012. Rude was inspired by the famous real-life discovery of Haraldskaer lady in 1835, a naturally-preserved body of a young woman discovered in Haraldskaer Bog and dates back to around 490BC (Pre Roman Iron age).
“Copenhagen will be deprived of its Little Mermaid for six months, and we thought we should replace it. It’s April Fools, after all,” t he Natural History Museum of Denmark’s head of exhibitions, Hanne Strager, told AFP.
The Haraldskaer mermaid has long been a source of fascination for many people, and the recent discovery of her skeleton only serves to increase that interest. However, it was later revealed that this mermaid was nothing more than an April Fool’s prank by the Danish National Museum. While it is disappointing that this mermaid is not real, it still provides a fascinating glimpse into how we humans are drawn to anything even remotely resembling a mermaid.
Mermaid in Wave
Mermaid sighting in Kiryat Yam, Israel have been gaining a lot of attention mid-2013. Some people are claiming to have seen the Mermaid, and a million dollar reward has been offered for the first person to photograph the creature. There is a lot of speculation about what this Mermaid could be. Some say that it’s an alien, some say that it’s a supernatural being, and some say that it’s just a hoax. But no one knows for sure what this Mermaid is or what it represents. Whatever the case may be, this Mermaid sighting is definitely making waves!
When we examine the video footage, we notice that the CGI for the creature entering the water is terrible. We play this piece of evidence frame by frame in the video below.
The film, titled “Mermaid Sighting in Kiryat Yam,” is a made-up segment for the Animal Planet show Mermaids: The New Evidence, which premiered on May 26, 2013. It’s a follow-up to Mermaids: The Body Found, which aired in 2012. As part of Monster Week 2013, the 2013 “New Evidence” special broadcast. As seen in this video, both of these “mockumentary” presentations depict imaginary encounters with weird creatures. Take a look at the trailer for Animal Planet’s mermaid special, which was published as a sneak peek.
In addition, the fact checking website Snopes knocked out Animal Planet by exposing their hoaxes.
Real Mermaids on Coast of California
It’s clear what this video purports to show. If it is a real mermaid, then it’s interesting to see low-quality video with a lot of blur. If it is a hoax, then it’s still interesting to see how people are creating these content. Either way, this video is sure to spark discussion and debate about mermaids.
The only one of the five, “Mermaids on the California Coast,” proves nothing. The blur is unnatural throughout the video, as every camera owner understands. Bursts of camera blur are common. Nothing is done regarding the blur in this video; instead, the person continues to tape. Of course, this is absurd; you’re filming something that may be breaking news around the world, and you don’t care whether the camera is blurry.
The unusual blur throughout the video could indicate that the author of this hoax video wants you to miss any clues, which is something hoaxers sometimes do to keep the hoax undiscovered. It’s always the small details that matter and they are destroyed with the blur.
In this blog post, you’ve learned about how blurry video and unusual blur in a hoax can indicate that the person who created it is trying to make sure no clues are given away. In addition, we shared some suggestions for how to better identify mermaid videos that could be fake if they include unnatural camera blurs or other signs of poor quality footage.
As you have just learned, it is important to be able to tell whether something is a hoax video. The owner of the Facebook group UFO, Aliens, Other Planets and Paranormal Activities is responsible for this article. The email address mentioned in the contact page of the website in question is the same as the one mentioned in the Facebook group with more than 100K members.
However, even if a video is proven to be fake, it can still be interesting to watch and discuss. The five mermaid cases we looked at in this publication provide an interesting glimpse into how people are fascinated by anything that resembles a mermaid. Whether or not you believe that these videos show real mermaids, they are sure to spark debate and discussion about these elusive creatures.