Top 13 Scariest Videos Found On The Dark Web

In an era of ever-increasing worldwide surveillance, the deep web operates as the last bastion of true online privacy. The anonymous nature of the deep web means anybody can post literally anything they want. In other words, there are no rules here. And with no rules comes some of the most unsettling content you could ever hope to find . . .(Video is at the end of the post)

Number 13.

This video was supposedly found on a deep web server under the filename “EBE 1992, Eiger”. “EBE” is short for “extraterrestrial biological entity”, and the uploader thinks Eiger could be a mountaintop location in Switzerland. Obviously 1992 refers to the year that this video was made. Anyway, what’s especially odd is how the cameraperson moves around in a hurry as they record still photograph after still photograph of a strange grey alien. I get the impression that they were recording classified evidence from an area that they did not belong in.

Number 12.

ETIKA loads up his encrypted TOR browser and starts livestreaming his experience on the deep web. It isn’t long before he finds a website that makes his jaw drop. Apparently this organization of ex-military officials from around the world are willing to provide a wide variety of services, from snatching people in the middle of the night to outright assassinations. Framing and poisoning people are just two more of their specialties. At the bottom is a short list of rules detailing how and when to pay. Nowhere on this rules list is there a minimum age requirement or any other exemptions, so I guess even children are fair game. There’s an email address to contact them but ARORA wisely decides to not push it that far. It’s probably either an FBI trap or, even worse, the real deal. Either way, the last thing you’d want to do is waste a hired assassin’s time on the deep web, so he just moves on to the next site without further comment.

Number 11.

This deep web video features a disembodied head in a skeleton mask hovering over a single candle. He speaks in Spanish and uses a voice changer, but his tone makes it clear that he has only the worst intentions in mind. Unfortunately, other than the general creepy atmosphere of this video, I have no idea what is being said here. Listen to what he says and help me translate if you can. Something about this video makes me think he is either making a confession or telling us about future plans. Let me know if I am right about this hunch and if you think this video is real.

Number 10.

This anxiety-producing deep web video is a collection of strange clips accompanied by multiple layers of creepy audio. After a while it become increasingly demonic and obsessed with black magic imagery as the jarring audio intensifies. The video also contains multiple languages. I think this part, for example, is both Spanish and Russian. Translate this clip if you can and tell me
what’s going on here. This could just be an art project. But then again, maybe there’s something more devious at work here. It’s almost as if this video was made in as many different languages as possible to corrupt the greatest number of minds at once. What they are saying, however, I’m not exactly sure.

Number 9.

A YouTuber named D Rawat Ji accesses the deep web and looks around for the better part of a half-hour. At one point he comes across a deep website called “Rent-A-Hacker” and he starts reading
the website out loud. This website is run by a hacker who claims to have made a career out of ruining people’s lives online. He says the minimum amount he is willing to work for is 230 dollars. Destroying business websites, obtaining personal information and passwords, and blackmailing people are just three of his specialties. He can even plant seedy content on a person’s
computer to get them imprisoned for a long time. At the bottom of the site is a menu to buy his services using untraceable bitcoin transactions. This menu looks like it could be fake, but
it’s hard to tell for sure. On one hand, I wouldn’t be surprised if this entire thing isn’t real and the money just goes into some random person’s bitcoin
wallet. Then again, if this person is as good as they say, then I guess it wouldn’t be hard for them to contact you after payment to get more information about the job.

Number 8.

This video was reportedly made by an insane person and uploaded onto the deep web as a way to express his condition and somehow communicate with others. This is the first five seconds of the video and it just gets worse from there. The scenes quickly go from creepy landscapes to pictures of crime scene photos and other gruesome depictions that I’m not allowed to show here. The amateur footage in this video looks like it could be real. The audio is nothing but unsettling high-pitched sounds. I noticed no indications of subliminal messages but I wouldn’t be surprised if some found their way in there.

Number 7.

I have no idea about the date, time or location of this video. All I know is that it’s supposedly been uploaded to the deep web because the original uploader didn’t want to be tracked by the federal government in retaliation for getting their story out. A large bright blue object is quietly claiming the night sky outside of an apartment complex. After a while the sky blob stops in place
and begins to expand outwards. Whatever it is, by the end of the video, it seems to take up nearly half of the sky. If this is real, then we probably would never have known any of this had ever happened without the anonymous deep web.

Number 6.

Love.avi is a haunting deep web video that focuses on a strange relationship between a man wearing a white mask and a clown with a blade. At times it’s almost as if the clown is wordlessly encouraging the man to go out and commit unspeakable acts. I don’t know if it’s subliminal messages or what, but there’s something about this video that makes most people feel uneasy after
watching it. There’s not really even any jump scares or anything like that, it’s just the overall sinister tone . . . If you detected any hidden messages in this video or if anything weird happened while you were watching this video, please be sure to let me know.

Number 5.

This deep web video is a collection of old horror movie scenes spliced together, most of which I can identify. There’s one clip that I don’t recognize though . . . Other people don’t recognize this scene either. They even think that a psycho could have spliced a small portion of real video into a horror movie montage. This would be the perfect way to brag about what you’ve done without making it too obvious. Let me know if you recognize what movie this woman is from, if any.

If nobody has seen this before, then, as much as I hate to say it, I think this portion might be home video from a genuine psychopath.

Number 4.

This possible deep web video was discovered and posted by a YouTube channel called GrisOverkill. In it, two bizarre-looking figures walk forward in jerky, unnatural movements. The first one is dressed like a witch and has long, gnarled limbs and fingers on display. The second one is dressed the same way and is wearing what I hope is a mask and not its real face. Let me know if you recognize these figures from any television or movie series. I would feel a lot better knowing that this is just a film set and not a real video.

If this does turn out to be real, then I don’t even want to know its location or the surrounding circumstances.

Number 3.

This deep web video of a creepy ventriloquist doll spinning in circles has been causing a controversy for some time. The lighting looks like it’s from a silent film though I’m sure it’s from a more recent era than that. Some people report feeling dizzy after watching this video for long enough and claim to see the dummy’s face change, though that could just be their nerves playing tricks on them.

Either way, if you somehow know the origin of this video or what is happening here, then please let me know.

Number 2.

Here’s a video that honestly makes me sick if it’s real. It starts with a girl sleeping on the floor of a dirty room. A camera has been recording her for the past 13 hours. She has barricaded herself inside and is now faced with a limited amount of food. At one point she notices the camera and huddles in the middle of the room. Eventually she makes a sign saying that she has run out of water and pleading with anyone who is watching online for help. She says that she has been left here for days though she does not give a location.

I can’t help but wonder if this is one of the infamous “red rooms” from the deep web. Supposedly red rooms are where people are systematically destroyed at the command of online sadists who are willing to pay large sums of money. Maybe she barricaded herself in the room and now her attackers are waiting for her to become too weak from starvation to resist them. The video ends with someone knocking down her barricade and getting inside. If this is a real red room, they probably

began the show shortly thereafter.

Number 1.

A YouTube channel called SomeOrdinaryGamers has well over 100 videos exploring the vast reaches of the deep web. He’s casually hopping from site to site
when suddenly this twisted image fills his screen. SomeOrdinaryGamers is hesitant about watching this video by himself late at night. With that said, he knows he needs to give
the fans what they want and reluctantly presses play. The girl with blacked-out eyes keeps repeating a series of coded sequences over and over again.

The video makes no sense and is well over five minutes long. SomeOrdinaryGamers doesn’t try to crack the code, but he does have another idea that’s just as good. He runs the audio through a program and plays it in reverse. This weird melody is what he finds . . . It could be hackers, the government, or even just a prank to waste people’s time. Exactly what it means is anyone’s guess, but mysteries like this one is what makes the deep web so special, creepy and weird.

Source credit: Mysterious Stories – Youtube

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