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Top 10 Creepiest YouTube Mysteries Ever

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The internet is a strange and mysterious place. For this list, we'll be looking at some of the most disturbing and intriguing mysteries around the YouTube community, its users, and its videos. Our countdown includes Deeper, Kate Yup, Kenny Veach, and more!
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Top 10 Creepiest YouTube Mysteries


Welcome to WatchMojo, and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 creepiest YouTube mysteries.

For this list, we’ll be looking at some of the most disturbing and intriguing mysteries around the YouTube community, its users, and its videos. We will also be including solved cases; so long as it was once a mystery, it will be included.

Which mystery do you find the most captivating? Let us know in the comments below!

#10: Deeper

Deeper is by far one of the creepiest channels found on YouTube. Most of the videos are titled with random letters and numbers, and run at just under one minute. The content varies, with some taking place in the woods, others in a suburb, and even in eerie abandoned locations. Many contain distorted audio (just to add to the creepiness) and some come equipped with codes to be deciphered. This is where things get even creepier. The ciphers contain the names of murder victims who disappeared around Colorado. Some think Deeper is just a troll or an experimental content creator, others believe that he is a genuine serial killer taking responsibility for the deaths.

#9: Teleka Patrick

The internet loves an unsolved mystery, and the death of Teleka Patrick was one of the most intriguing. Patrick disappeared in December 2013, and people quickly turned to videos that Patrick had uploaded to YouTube the month before her disappearance. The videos show Patrick speaking and singing to a potential love interest, despite her not being in a relationship at the time. However, the Kalamazoo Gazette later reported that the anonymous “love interest” was probably gospel singer Marvin Sapp, whom Patrick had reportedly been stalking. Sapp had gotten a restraining order against Patrick after turning in 400 pages of unanswered correspondence. Patrick’s body was later found in a lake, and two autopsies concluded that she had drowned.

#8: Kate Yup

At first, Kate Yup was just another ASMR channel—one centered around eating enormous quantities of seafood. However, things quickly took a turn for the creepy. Kate began appearing with visible signs of bodily harm, including a bruise and a split lip. In one video, an off-screen voice can be heard yelling at Kate. Another particularly disturbing moment was when Kate capitalized specific letters in her on-screen descriptions, spelling out “SOS”. Kate can also be seen tapping on a bowl in Morse code, with the code spelling out “Please help me”. Other videos have also shown potential cries for help as well. When Kate responded to clear up misconceptions, the sentences were written in the third person, as if someone else was writing the comment. Kate’s channel stopped uploading in November of 2019; the mystery remains unsolved.

#7: Catacombs Found Footage

Found footage is a popular horror genre, but it’s even creepier when it happens in real life. On YouTube, this horrifying video titled “Paris Catacombs Lost Man Footage” has accumulated over 700,000 views. The camera was reportedly found in the Paris catacombs, and the footage shows a man exploring the catacombs and coming across various bones. The man later panics and begins running before dropping the camera and disappearing into the darkness. The individual has never been identified, and his fate remains unknown. Some think the footage is genuine, while others believe it’s a hoax. The footage has been circulating for years, and was even included in an early 2000s ABC Halloween special, but the mystery persists.

#6: Marina Joyce

This vlogger became the subject of various conspiracy theories when viewers alleged a strange change in behavior. They thought she looked scared in the video Date Outfit Ideas, and a theory quickly spread that Joyce was being held against her will and forced to make videos. Some people even called the police, who later reported that Joyce was safe. That seemed to be the end of it. However, Joyce later went missing in July of 2019. She re-appeared on August 10, and despite being found alive and well, and despite Joyce’s claims that she never went missing in the first place, the internet still suspected foul play. Questions remain unanswered as Joyce and her boyfriend have refused to divulge more information.

#5: Skinny Bob

Back in 2011, YouTuber ivan0135 uploaded four short videos. They show purported UFOs and aliens that were supposedly taken from classified government material and collected between 1942 and 1969. One video depicts a flying UFO, one a crashed UFO, and another a gravely injured or dead alien. But the most popular video is of an alien nicknamed Skinny Bob. He’s seen sitting in a chair, then standing as the camera pans up his body, showing his black outfit and elongated arms. Many people find this to be the most convincing alien video on the internet. If it’s fake, well you gotta praise the special effects. Provided, of course, that it is special effects …

#4: Shima Luan

This YouTuber and voice actress worked on the animated YouTube channel, Super Planet Dolan, until 2016. That year, The Danger Dolan channel revealed that Shima Luan had all-but disappeared. No one knew where Luan had gone or why she had cut contact with the YouTube channel. YouTuber ScareTheater later did a video on Luan, and a member of the Dolan crew named Hellbent responded in the comments. He insinuated that Luan was safe but didn’t provide specific personal details, citing Luan’s privacy. In December 2020, the profile picture of Luan’s personal YouTube account was changed to a black and white photo of fallen leaves. What it means remains uncertain - as does the reason for Luan’s disappearance in the first place.

#3: Kenny Veach

A proud hiking enthusiast from Nevada, Kenny Veach went by the YouTube name snakebitmgee. Veach was better known for his comments than his own videos, and in 2014 he left comments on an Area 51 video about a strange encounter in a cave near Nellis Air Force Base. Fellow commenters encouraged Veach to seek out the cave and document his journey for YouTube. Following an attempt in November 2014, he has not been seen, Rescue teams were sent in, but the only thing they recovered was Veach’s cell phone near a vertical mine shaft. A user named Sheryon Pilgrim left a comment on Veach’s most popular video, claiming to be his girlfriend. She stated that Veach had been battling depression and may have ended his own life.

#2: I Feel Fantastic

In April 2009, the YouTube channel Creepyblog uploaded a video titled “I Feel Fantastic”. It depicts a horrifying android singing an original song to the camera. The android was reportedly built by a man named John Bergeron, and the video sees the android raising its hand, moving its head, and laying on the floor. All the while, creepy electronic music plays in the background. In one instance, the camera turns upside down before changing locales and zooming in on a nondescript wooded area. Some viewers thought that the android’s clothes belonged to deceased murder victims and that the wooded area revealed their burial spot. However, incredible creepiness aside, this really was just a singing android … a very creepy one.

#1: Unfavorable Semicircle

Back in March of 2015, a channel called Unfavorable Semicircle began posting a series of bizarre videos. The videos consisted of strange pixelated images, accompanied by either silence or creepy distorted noises. In some, a muffled male voice can be heard reciting numbers. The channel uploaded thousands of these videos. A Reddit community was set up to deduce the meaning behind the channel, with theories ranging from an alternate reality game to abstract art to some type of testing channel. Unfavorable Semicircle was taken down just a few hours after the BBC reported on it, and it has never been heard from since. So it’s quite possible that we’ll never know what the hell it was all about.
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