1444 Viral Video
In the last hours in social networks and searches, a theme has been activated: everyone looks for what is behind the alleged cursed YouTube video 1444. In the video we share, the Argentine YouTuber Magnus Mefisto specialized in horror stories and mystery, tell what is known at this time about the video and that in the last hours more has been searched in Spanish-speaking countries. Everyone wants to watch the video in 1444.
Has anyone seen the complete sequence of video 1444?
There is a picture of the frame in which a white man is seen sitting on a sofa with the rifle in his hand. This is a young Russian who, according to Russian forums, was called Korablev Gleb Vyacheslavovich and committed suicide. The facts presented in the macabre video took place in Moscow last Thursday, October 17, always in accordance with what was published in the Russian forums. The video appears for the first time in one of those secret groups in which images of goals are shared. The numbers 1444? Simply a sequence for YouTube not to detect that it was suicide.
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But what is video 1444?
It is supposed to be a short video in which you can see how a young man is sitting in an armchair with a semi-automatic rifle with both hands pointing at his head … And, apparently, he pulled the trigger. The legend says that it was published on a YouTube channel at dawn on October 20, 2019, and that hours later it was deleted. Although it is too late. It had already been virtualized and shared on other channels. Being the beginning of the misfortune of those who have seen it. That is the story that is sold.
The reality of video 1444
The rapid disclosure, together with the lack of information, are factors that have led to the story being surrounded by a certain halo of mystery and someone took advantage of it to create a creepypasta (short horror stories collected and shared through the Internet with the intention to scare or disturb the reader), such as the Momo Challenge that went viral in early 2019 and said that Momo appeared in the middle of harmless videos on YouTube Kids and encouraged children to commit suicide. It was a hoax. The 1444 video, like the Momo Challenge, is a macabre urban legend that is spread on Internet times through YouTube and social networks. The video exists, the young man committed suicide, but there is no curse associated with the viewing of the alleged damn YouTube video.
Originally from the U.K., Darryl Hinton is a journalist and web content specialist who now lives and writes in Trending Topics of United States, United Kingdom and Australia. Hinton’s work has appeared in a wide range of publications in print and online, including The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Pacific Standard magazine, The Independent, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many other outlets.