The encounters recorded by Chris Chambers have been studied by industry professionals and proven to be accurate recorded paranormal accounts. Currently documented as one of the most supernatural recorded events to date.
After seeing viral videos of dybbuk box openings trending on YouTube, Texas resident Chris Chambers ordered a dybbuk box from the dark web and opened it live on video. The results were near fatal as his condition progressively worsens and his encounters with demonic forces escalates by the day. The encounters recorded by Chris Chambers have been studied by industry professionals and proven to be accurate recorded paranormal accounts. Currently documented as one of the most supernatural recorded events to date.Written by
Mazz Appeal Films
When he opens the box he ordered, there is no postage, return address or who it was sent to address. See more »
When the ceiling fan gets mysteriously 'ripped from the ceiling', there are no wires of any kind protruding from either the ceiling mount or the falling fan component. Non-prop / actual ceiling fans have wires. See more »
Worth watching kind of
I don't usually believe in this kind of thing.
One or two things happened that could be easily explained away, or believed, depending on your view on the paranormal.
However, 3 points stood out as utterly fake (in my opinion)
1) the bed "bouncing" looked like someone was under the blanket (on the floor) at the end of the bed
2) when he smashed the "glass" on his head there was no blood on his head or hand. Not even a drip on the floor.
3) when he walks away after smashing the glass, he actually stands on, and drags a piece of "glass" with his foot. Again, no blood on his foot or the carpet.
I was very interested until these points, now all I can say is OBVIOUSLY a fake attempt by yet another "YouTube star" to get recognised.
All in all, kinda creepy, kinda scarey, but ultimately a let down, and I certainly would not see it as a "true story"
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