There’s a video of an alleged werewolf that has surfaced on social media, which has left many South African shook.
The clip shows what many are claiming to be a werewolf that has seemingly been bumped by a driver lying motionless on the ground.
The clip that’s got people buzzing surfaced out of nowhere this week, and it shows what appears to be the body of a lycan — subspecies of a werewolf in monster mythology — dead on the ground in the middle of the night, bleeding from its face.
Is the Werewolf in SA video real?
— Caramel_🌊🌈🦅 (@Mama_wa_Azania) July 7, 2021
THERE’S WEREWOLVES IN SA??😭😭😭2021 KE MOVIE SHEM.😭😭😭
— BunBun🤍🧸 (@APedihun) July 6, 2021
things are so bad and to top it all off now there’s a video of werewolves in South Africa .I’m actually tired of you all🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/RSRLFnPdjV
— Mma Stense 🐆 (@K_CyberSecWrld) July 7, 2021
The clip that everyone is seeing is dubbed over, as the original is actually part of what seems to be a short film from Portugal called “Lobisomem Morto a Tiros” … which translates to “werewolf shot to death.”
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South Africans were shocked to see the video which had two versions one with a Zulu voice and one with a Tswana voice.
— Youngin^ (@SpeggaDoberman) July 6, 2021
Nigeria saw it first
werewolves spotted in south africa the same way we had 10 babies? or-
— dae⁷ rj’s mother (@oxeejinn) July 5, 2021
What do we know about werewolves?
Though our only knowledge of werewolves is based on fantasy movies we watched growing up, there could actually be more to their origin than we know.
According to folktalore and customs around the world, there are many different ways that a person can become a werewolf, including a family curse, being bitten by a werewolf, witchcraft and spells.
Nothing to see here, the video is fake.