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Not too long ago my friend sent me the link to a YouTube channel called Animalhead.
Apparently they were informed about it from their brother in Virginia and where he heard about it, well, I don't know. However, I felt the need to discuss this particular YouTuber because the content in the uploaded videos raises a lot of questions as to who this person is and why they're posting these clips.
In summary, I will describe what this channel is like in a nutshell: The videos range between ten to thirty seconds, the maximum being one minute, and throughout the recordings are harsh distortions, broken footage and a overall disturbing, melancholic vibe that gets under one's skin. But what makes the YouTube account chilling is the fact that it's composed of jumbled up codes, messages and multiple occurrences of a girl's name... Aimee.
For example, the description of the channel reads, "I'm sorry, Aimee. I will find a meaning." Of course, this is translated from Morse code and similar sentences and references of her name reappear. So, the first question going into all of this is, "Who is Aimee?" I'll go into details later about theories surrounding this name, but for now I have composed a list with links to the videos and their titles describing each one so far, as this YouTube user seems to be active.
Compliance: This is the first video, and it is black and white footage of a kitchen while a creepy and unsettling piano song plays in the background. The camera is on top of a table and at the eight second mark, a female wearing a white fox mask appears. She opens the cabinets in the kitchen area in search of -- something -- and eventually vanishes into the shadows of the room. The video clip turns off and for a solid two minutes the music continues playing. The description of this video, translated from Morse code, reads, "Fox Girl."
-... .- -.-. --- -. / -. / . --. --. ... (Bacon & Eggs): In this short video, twenty five seconds to be exact, the camera cuts to various different houses in a neighborhood. Eventually it cuts to a blue screen and abruptly stops. Now, I know what you must be thinking: How is this weird? Well, it's the video description that makes it feel off, for it, too, is translated from Morse code and says, "There was only one house the Fox Girl was in. Pick one." It is also worth noting that bacon and eggs is slang for 'breaking and entering.'
eShay Isyay otNay Ayay ineSway: The title of this video is pig Latin for "She is not a swine" and it's not really footage like the previous two clips, but more so a text message which repeats numerous times "You are a filthy swine" before an image of Porky Pig with hollow eyes appears the screen. It's also worth mentioning that this particular version of the Looney Tunes character is from the Super Nintendo video game Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday, which also reappears frequently through this channel. The pig Latin message concludes with the name Aimee flashing briefly on the screen.
emtcejertonod (Do not reject me): This clip features a girl facing the side of a white house while a menacing, dark voice says: I am going to wear you, I will take you out and feel worn. Do not reject me, do not squirm, you are nice against my flesh. You can make me feel whole again. You are a beautiful thing. Do not, I will make you my home. Do not use me, do not use me, I will use you, I will make you my own.
This can be your home: The camera recording shows a metal door with a bar across it. In the background is what sounds like a woman or a girl repeating the same line "her loves me" over and over again.
- .... .. ... / .. ... / .... . .-. / .-.. .- ... - / ...- .. -.. . --- (Her last video): This is what looks to be old VHS footage of a garden. Halfway through the clip, a demonic sounding voice can be heard speaking, but the words can barely be heard. The video cuts to the same scene from the Do Not Reject Me video and depicts the same girl standing in front of a white house before an absent-eyed Porky Pig flashes for a brief second.
not a witch: Footage of a lake can be witnessed on a cloudy day. Eventually the distortions of the video take over and its filming cuts to a blue screen.
MVVII : A woman stands in front of a mirror. She brushes her hair and it is revealed in the reflection that she is wearing some sort of doll mask. It appears as though she is arguing with the mirror; however, this is hard to tell due to the fact only eerie music can be heard. Before the footage cuts out, a message appears. The sentence is hard to read because certain fragments have been whited out, but the remaining words read: This footage is from 2007 (...) I need to find her (...) floating (...) grow (...) another copy of a copy (...) I am so sorry. This is dedicated to Aimee. (...) doesn't like to come around anymore. -- Documentation: BDD."
Nassau Co: A farmhouse is seen for forty-five seconds. Nothing really happens, but one can hear the sound of a motor and harsh laughing off camera.
Walk-through 1 and walk-though 2: the last two videos as of now are two, glitchy video game walk-throughs of Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday. Throughout the rushed game tutorials are splices of video footage of someone entering a home and recording different rooms and hallways. At the end of walk-through 2, a mirror selfie of a girl appears. Her face cannot be seen and it looks as though the purpose of the picture is to be flirty, because she is not wearing any pants. Between the distortions of the video and game glitches, a sentence appears. It reads: "This is not Aimee, but it looks like her."
Now that I have given you a full description of what this YouTube user is like, I will explain to you my theories.
My friend believes this is the work of a serial killer; however, I'm very skeptical about that. I mean, it is possible this YouTuber could be a murderer given the footage of the lake and the garden video title "This is her last video." That, and the terrifying voice talking about how they want to wear someone.
But I honestly think this is channel is operated by someone who is obsessed with a girl named Aimee, so much so that they are trying to convey a ginormous message to her in video format. Or maybe Aimee is someone's lover who died and this is their way of expressing how they feel. Finally, this person could be a crazed stalker.
Nevertheless, there are still some things for which I don't have a solid explanation for, such as: Who is the Fox Girl? Why is the video game Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday featured so much? Who is the woman in the doll mask? And most importantly... who is Aimee?
A theory from user SOURCECODE01 states that the "not a witch" video is very clearly a reference to the way that they used to test witches during the trials. If they floated on water or swam then they were a witch, but if they sunk to the bottom and drowned then they weren't a witch. Still dead, regardless. So, could it be the lake in this footage is home to some actual accused of witchcraft, or a body? If the later is true, then perhaps this corresponds with my friend's belief and there is a body that has been dumped in the lake.
The same user who theorized this has also informed that another video was uploaded since this article was published. The footage is called Category 4 and is a CNN news report covering the now disbanded hurricane Matthew which terrorized the East Coast of the United States in October, 2016. The news report is of the storm making landfall in Florida; however, it's heavily tampered with. It's interesting to note at the one minute and seven second mark in the video, the weatherman says "Nassau County" and report starts to really distort, repeating this the same location over and over again.
As previously mentioned before, a clip uploaded weeks before the hurricane report called Nassau Co was published. Upon doing research, I discovered that Nassau County is, in fact, a real place in Florida. So, what is the importance of this particular location? It also says in the Category 4 upload that "The replacement has not surfaced" in the video description.
Hurricane Matthew caused a great deal of flooding in the Southern parts of the US and there were reports of caskets rising from the cemetery and floating away in Chesapeake, Virginia. When the CNN report was uploaded to Animalhead's channel, Matthew had already passed and it even says this in the video. So, if these videos are shot in Nassau County, Florida and this particular lake holds a corpse, is this YouTuber trying to tell us that the storm didn't cause a body to rise?
If so, how do they know it didn't surface?
Then again, this is all simply speculation based off one user's theory and my own. There's a plethora of reasons as to why this person filmed a lake. But let's discuss the garden area witnessed in the "This is her last video" upload. I mean, the title of the video does bring up a lot of suspicion and maybe this is where a corpse has been laid to rest. Maybe Animalhead is trying to say Matthew didn't unearth a body from this particular spot. Here is some things to take into a consideration:
- As mentioned before, there's a body in the lake.
- There's a body in the garden.
- There is more than one body and the YouTuber is showing us two separate places.
- Finally, there's one body and parts of it are in the lake AND in the garden.
If he is killer, then maybe this is his arrogance speaking. Perhaps uploading the hurricane coverage was a way of laughing in not only our faces, but mother nature's as well.
In addition to the body speculations, user Broitsaprankbro has informed me that a new video titled follow the light has been uploaded to Animalhead's channel. I checked and noticed that along with this upload is another video which is rather similar called peels on. The content in both these recordings features what looks like a VHS recording of a sleeping (or drugged) woman along with flickering lamps.
I have no idea who this female is or why she is shown, but something tells me it could be Aimee judging from an incoherent jumble of letters and words which quickly flashes on the screen in 'follow the light.' When one spaces the sentences properly, the text clearly reads: "Dear Aimee, it has come to my attention that you don't want to the replaced, because of every failed attempt to find some kind of way to make everything seem right. So this is what I am going to do, I am going to keep trying to make you see me and I remember when we use to see each other, well, you never saw me. I suppose it was something kind of one sided." (...) "I have counted the hair on your head, I have seen, you would like me and the cakes I 've baked. They [are] yummy. I can never find just one of you. Documentation: DID. PS the other parts of me are still searching. PSS don't listen to him. PSS whatever."
I couldn't tell you what this means, but it's clear that Animalhead feels deeply for Aimee. I mean, yes, the entire channel seems to reference her numerous times as stated before; however, this letter is really the first time this mysterious female been directly mention in such length. So, why film a video of this woman and address the name Aimee directly? Then again, I could be wrong and any of the women who appear in this channel could be her. More so, Aimee very well might not even be visibly seen.
It's also worth mentioning that a YouTube user who goes by Inugami San commented on one of the videos asking Animalhead if he loved her. The reply to this question simply reads, "We use to play together as kids."