TOP 10 VIRAL YOUTUBE VIDEOS THAT TURN OUT TO BE FAKE

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TOP 10 VIRAL YOUTUBE VIDEOS THAT TURN OUT TO BE FAKE

It’s the dream of many vloggers: making a video viral on the web. The most diverse and spectacular subjects are good for recording a video and placing it on the web. In some cases, a video goes around the world and draws the attention of millions of people. But are the actual events that are being filmed? Below is a list of ten videos that went viral, but turned out to be false.

10. A dancing girl is on fire

A movie of a freaking girl that is on fire drew the attention of more than 19 million viewers. The working girl runs a handstand against a door that suddenly opens. The girl falls around and touches a burning candle, which puts her legs on fire. The video went around the world, but turned out to be false. Jimmy Kimmel’s talk talk specialists specialists placed a short version of the video on a fake Youtube account. The video was shared thousands of times. In reality, it turned out to be an acted scene and the fire was immediately blocked by an employee.

9. Diver attacked by white shark

You just have to dive into water in which sharks swim. Someone filmed with his GoPro a dip in the fresh water of Sydney Harbor. Almost immediately there is a big white shark that attacks the diver. Spectacular images viewed over 35 million times. But this video also turned out to be fake. The production house Woolshed Company processed the individual images of a diver and a white shark in one and the same movie.

8. Stone eagle catches a child

A rock eagle that dives down and attacks a child? According to a viral video, this happened in a park in Montreal. A rock eagle flies down and tries to bring a playing child to a prey. The movies help the child to help. Impressive, but not true. The video was a film project by a group of students in Montreal, which undoubtedly achieved good grades with this viral video.

7. Snowboarder chased by a bear

The video of the snowboarder chased by a bear was shared millions of times on social media. But how terrifying these images are, they are not real. Again it was the Woolshed Company that placed separate images of a snowboarder and polar bear in one video. In doing so, they showed that they had mastered the art of viral videos.

6. A joke goes wrong

Millions of viewers saw the viral video in which a girl’s girlfriend dressed as a burglar and waited until his girlfriend arrived. The girlfriend scared him so much that she walked to the street and drove under a car. These very realistic images shot millions of people around the world. Fortunately, the video was played: it was a short film written and directed by a well-known director.

5. Almost hit by the lightning

The Woolshed Company knows how to make (false) videos viral. This time we see a couple exploring the rock coast of Tamarama near Sydney. When the girl approaches the water, the lightning strikes just a few meters away. Once again, a tampered fake video, which was watched by more than three million viewers.

4. A public relations party is going wrong

The video shows a party celebrating the launch of Shell’s oil exploitation in the Arctic. A drilling platform model should serve to provide the guests with rich wine. However, this goes wrong: an important guest is sprayed with wine by the malfunctioning rig. This video became viral, but was in fact a directed video of an action group that charges the exploitation of oil in the Arctic.

3. Charging an iPod with an onion

It seems too good to be true to charge an iPod with a drink that was soaked in a sports drink. And so it is, because in reality this is simply impossible. This viral video was seen over 10 million times, but nobody managed to recharge its iPod. Even a Mythbusters presenter (a popular series on Discovery Channel) was busy. He showed undeniably that one can not make a battery with an onion and sports drinks.

2. Satanic rituals at CERN

CERN, the European Institute for Nuclear Research, volunteered by highly educated scientists and researchers. Satanic rituals at CERN usually do not take place. Or right? This viral video seems to prove the opposite. A group of men with robes guides a woman to a courtyard where the woman lies on the floor and is “sacrificed”. According to CERN, the video would be from employees who went out of their book. The incident is currently being investigated.

1. Lion takes revenge on a hunter

A sudden emerging lion takes revenge on hunters who posh triumphantly at a shot lion. This viral video was viewed over 12 million times. Months later, the Australian Woolshed Company announced that the video was again the result of smart film assembly and thus did not contain true images. The Woolshed Company produced a whole series of “false” viral videos, which were viewed over a total of over 205 million times by internet users around the world.

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