Top 5 Scary Paranormal Videos You Shouldn’t Watch Alone – Part 2

Top 5 Scary Paranormal Videos You Shouldn’t Watch Alone – Part 2

August 15, 2019 100 By William Hollis


Hello horror fans – and once again, welcome
back to the scariest channel on YouTube – Top 5 Scary Videos – your pocket-sized compendium
to the weird, wonderful world of paranormal investigation and demonically inclined happenstance. What’s going on guys – as always, I’ll
be your spirit guide Jack Finch – as we scour the endless eldritch code, commonly referred
to as the internet – and bring you the best of the best of web-based folklore, unexplained
occurrences – and some real creepy stuff – in the Top 5 Scary Paranormal Videos You Shouldn’t
Watch Alone – Part 2. Roll the clip. As I’m sure you all saw in the first part
of this video, the internet has a habit of coughing up some pretty weird stuff. Most of you have a keen eye – and it’s easy
to discern what’s fake and what’s – well, not fake. For me, the creepiest stuff isn’t in some
ham-fisted CGI on a grainy cell phone camera – but video footage that just doesn’t have
a lot of explanation. Now, it’s important to question everything
– but it’s also important to sometimes sit back in your chair, put your hands on your
head and think – what the hell did I just watch? Well, let’s take a look. Before we jump into that though – you know
how it goes guys – if you’re a fan of this video, the Paranormal World, Internet Urban
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so you can stay up to date with our latest and greatest uploads. On with the show. Kicking off at Number 5 – Girls See Ghosts. Now – a lot of people that I’ve spoken to
about this video either love it or hate it. I’m in the former camp, as I personally
think this is one of the most terrifying instances of the unexplainable on the internet. It’s the authenticity of it that really
gets me – and the fact that there’s no otherwise obvious gimmicks or pranks, or slow motion
zoom shots with a creepy face in the corner. It’s just two girls that are scared of the
dark – and something that they can see, but we can’t. Take another look. The young girl with her back toward the dark,
finds it hilarious that her friend is afraid of the dark. There’s nothing there, right? Well. Watch her reaction when she finally turns
around. Oh – headphones warning by the way, this is
loud. Next up at Number 4 – Testing the Flashlight. And it’s my favourite guy again, the bloke
with the largest cajones on the planet – YouTuber Exploring Abandoned Mines and Unusual Places
– AKA Frank – who makes it his life’s work to delve deep into the unexplored and forgotten
places of the planet, crawl around in the dark and provide us with some spine-chilling
potentially paranormal content. Just like the Horton Abandoned Mine video
– this one features some strange, unnerving whispers and sounds that follow Frank as he
tries to test out his brand new survival flashlight. Frank takes us to the abandoned Waldeck Mine,
a 150-year old former gold mine located deep in the southern Appalachia, and – well, see
for yourself. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again
– you’re a braver man than me, Frank. Coming in next at Number 3 – Fallen Angel. And you know I just had to slip this video
in somewhere, because for many – this is the first paranormal video that we saw on the
Internet – way back when in 2006. And arguably, things haven’t gotten as creepy
since. It’s a classic for a reason, after all. Originally released with the title, Possible
Fallen Angel in Catalonia – this grainy, VCR footage detailed a group of young Spanish
folks making their way across a country trail at night, and following a very strange trail
of feathers. Since it’s release, paranormal forums and
message boards were abuzz with rumours and explanations for the video. Some thought it was a genuine demonic act,
an actual fallen angel in Catalonia. Other’s said it was a chupacabra of Latin-American
urban legend – other’s said it was a straight up ghost and the feathers were unconnected
– but, well – I hate to break it to you guys – this video is a straight up fake, and was
created and produced by Spanish special effects studio Coco Bongo Artworks – although others
still claim otherwise. Still – it’s a pretty damn creepy video,
right? Swinging in next at Number 2 – The Fire Witch. And uh – yeah, not going to lie – this video
is pretty damn weird – and I don’t really know where to begin, so I’ll just let you
guys see for yourself. Released in 2017 – this 30 second clip, was
taken on a dirt road in the rural Tuxtlas region of Southern Mexico. As the videos creators go onto explain, the
people behind the camera had chased a supposed witch along the road for several hours – bumping
into her on differing strange encounters along the way. As far as the internet can tell, if there
are special effects at play – then they’re almost too rudimentary for it to be worthwhile. It’s difficult to explain away a lens flare
of the camera, as – well – it’s pitch black. Nevertheless, it’s an interesting one – and
several people have claimed that this is the act of an entity similar to the Bell Witch,
of South American folklore – who supposedly possesses the ability to shapeshift and materialise
at will. Well – what do you guys think? And finally at our Number 1 spot – Something
in Oregon. Because when I first saw this video – I knew
that it’d be perfect for you guys. Take a look. I know what you’re saying, right. It’s just coyotes or something – a pack
of them shrieking nearby. But – it’s important to note that the guy
filming this is Native American, and he lives on a Reserve in Oregon alongside people who
know and have a deep understanding of the land that they live on. If it was a coyote – why is he so concerned? Instantly, this guy knows that it’s some
kind of unknown predator – hence the camera, and the concerned expression. Also – I’d just like to say that this guy
has balls of steel – you’ll see what I mean. Ehhhh – doesn’t really sound like coyotes
to me. Now, maybe people have alluded to whatever
it is being a skinwalker, or perhaps a dogman – creatures of Native American folklore that
hunt the land in the guise of something else. Fortunately for us, the video ends like this
– So, I guess we’re safe? Maybe? Who knows. But unfortunately folks, that’s all we’ve
got time for in today’s video, I hope you’ve enjoyed Part 2 of this series – let us know
your thoughts in the comment box down below. If you’ve been a fan of this video – make
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and greatest uploads. As per usual, I’ve been your host Jack Finch
– you’ve been watching Top 5 Scary videos – and until next time, take it easy.