What's wrong with this picture? (YouTube Video)

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The image, as shown during the pre-screamer part of the video.

What's wrong with this picture? - Don't watch if easily scared is a screamer video uploaded on July 10, 2009 by Amanda Odenlid (known as rutgerhauerfan).

The video starts with a message saying that Amanda thinks there's something strange in a conveniently old-looking image; however, she can't find it and needs your help.

It then shows a picture of a simple merry-go-round in sepia tone, that appears and disappears, with a "moving" effect. After that, the video says to have a closer look, and the picture shows again two times, moving more slowly. After 8 seconds, the picture starts to fade-out and the video asks if the viewer has seen it, displaying the image a third time without any sort of movement effects.

The video asks a final time to look closer and concentrate, and the merry-go-round picture shows again, now closed into its upper-left section (implying Amanda knows the secret by now). Of course, there's nothing there, and at 1:25, a black and white photo of bloody Mary in mirror appears, with the same scream from The Maze.

This screamer was used as an example in a wikiHow article called How to recognize an internet screamer and is one of the most famous screamers to circulate the internet.

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NOTE: The following video contains a screamer!

  • youtube.com/watch?v=qmPypcPIsWc
  • Permalink: bit.ly/374y5a1




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