While we cannot independently verify whether the video has been edited in any way, it's safe to say that it has definitely given many people nightmares. It has been shared over 6 lakh times and has garnered almost 2 lakh reactions since it was posted online on April 21.
Many on Facebook have pointed out that the video could be fake, or it could be a trick, while many others have said that it remains terrifying nevertheless. "This freaked me out," says one commenter on Facebook.
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