On the morning of Christmas, hours after a recreational vehicle (RV) Nashville Explosion, Tennessee, a reported video of the blast unexpectedly appeared on social media.
On Friday, a video called ‘Nashville Explosion’ was posted in which a CCTV camera recorded the videos of the blast. “This area must be evacuated now. This area must be evacuated now. If you can hear this message, evacuate now. If you can hear this message, evacuate now. If you can hear this message, evacuate now,” Prior to the blast, the programmed female voice echoed. The attack, which injured 3 people, has reached a system of panic among all the residents of the city.
The editor of News2Share, Ford Fisher, went on Twitter to trace the source of the clip of the popular explosion, the specifics of which have now been submitted for more investigation into the matter to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). He disclosed that the controversial video was initially posted by an account named’S McG ‘on Youtube. “The account that posted it is called “S McG” and has no bio or information, and has never posted since joining in 2014 until today,” he said.
Fisher figured out how an account called ‘TA’ had entered the microblogging site this whole month had first posted the same video clip on Twitter. Before the suspected short video of the Nashville blast, he had shared no tweets. “The video turns black and white following the explosion in both uploads,” Fisher tweeted the information on Twitter.
About The Channel That Showed Nashville Explosion:
The journalist highlighted how the Youtube channel, where the video of Nashville Explosion first was posted, had an odd similarity to some other channel called ‘S Mc G’ that was created this year in April but had no bio. “Fisher emphasized, “The five videos posted on it, posted over three weeks, are all very bizarre.
Fisher added that the video was uploaded by that Youtube channel twice. He tweeted, “It montages COVID-19 announcements and music reports, then turns to black and white images of destruction, before a clip I don’t know how to describe.”
The uploader added a strange soundtrack to warnings of the Coronavirus pandemic in one similar video clip but later turned the video horrific through portrayals of buildings indicating the end of humanity (in black and white). The clip ends with a horrific note of someone snarling in the middle of a thick forest as if screaming for help. ‘K bye,’ read the caption at the end.