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This Viral Video of a “Moving Wig” from Thailand is What Nightmares are Made Of

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Heads up guys, the video below will make you cringe at first and give you severe goosebumps afterwords.

Recently, a 20-second video posted by a man from Thailand surfaced on Facebook and it’s absolutely blowing up because… well, we can’t even begin to describe how we feel about it except… WTF??!

At the first glance, the black patch on the floor looked like wig. Only thing is… it MOVES. That’s some freaky Ju-On shit right there!



On a closer inspection, it was discovered that the black glob was in fact made up of thousands of fungus gnat larvae swarming together, moving in the same direction while leaving behind a trail of their body fluid. Their slippery bodies allow them to slide on top of each other, leaving no larva behind.

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While many netizens quickly tagged their friends to share the horror with them, some had goosebumps after watching the video. “OMG, what is that? Please set them on fire already!” commented a netizen.

Since many people were asking what abomination were those, we did a little research. *Shudders*

Apparently these worm-like creatures are called fungus gnat larvae.

AND YES, WE DO THINK THEY ARE THE SPAWNS OF SATAN!

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Scarily enough, they’ve been spotted multiple times before. And every time you see them, you feel like a little bit of your soul is being sucked out.

They even move and create circles. If this isn’t some cult shit, I don’t know what is!

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Besides sending shivers down our spine, these larvae belong to the adult fungal gnat which can be easily spotted flying around the house or gather nearby the windows.

Despite having the life span of 7 days, the adults can lay up to 300 eggs at one time., according to Planet Natural Research Centre. But don’t worry, at least they don’t bite.

 

Now, brb while I go cleanse my soul with holy water.



Also read: Thai Woman Cautions Public For Eating Fried Insects That May Contain Parasite

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