This is something I wanted to share & gather different opinions on. This is a FAKE documentary about the existence of Mermaids.
Here’s the deal:
“Two former National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration scientists, after investigating mass stranding of whales, claim to have recorded mysterious underwater noises coming from an unknown source. This sound resembled a sound previously recorded in 1997, called the “bloop”. They recovered 30% of the remains of an unknown creature from inside a great white shark which was said to possess attributes of the human body. They alleged that the marine creature had hands, not fins, and the hip structure of an upright animal. These findings, along with many others led the team to determine that this unknown animal was very closely related to humans — a mermaid.”
This is the conclusion that I came to after watching this ‘documentary’:
Of course the documentary was fake, but all the links & things about how they are known in many cultures & different parts of the world & so on… I believe are partially, if not completely, true. The actors may have done a terrible job at making the false documentary seem real, but the point they were getting across (throughout most of the documentary) was true. I strongly believe that Mermaids exist, especially after I saw the ending of the documentary when one of the scientist started saying to forget it (this is where the message changes), that we once forced them into hiding & it’s better off they just stay hidden, so we should just forget it & stop searching for them & leave them alone. Once I saw that part, I thought to myself: “Haha, your not gonna fool me. A fake documentary made to make the public back off & stop getting in the way of the government & it’s search for Mermaids?” That is what I STRONGLY believe that this documentary was made for. It builds you up, gives you this idea about the possibility that they are real & they give you this story about some scientists’ that tried to do the right thing (which, by what they said, is that the only way of saving them/ protecting them is by finding them) ended up being the wrong thing to do & in the end they come to the conclusion that the right thing to do is to leave them alone & just forget about it because they (the Mermaids) ‘don’t want to be found’.
If you watched this, please share your opinions about the existence of Mermaids & about this film. I will be more that happy to read them c: