5 Mysterious Creatures Caught on Camera
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We live in a mysterious world. Although science have come leap and bounds explaining many things
around us, a lot still remain shrouded in mystery. Today w will be looking at 5 mysterious creatures
caught on camera. Number one is pretty controversial so stay tuned for that.
Number 5. Elves
a lady posted this and said she saw this on her home camera this morning. what y’all think this is ? pic.twitter.com/L98wckn6bO
— jey bee . 👑 (@jadynbee_) June 7, 2019
Elves have always been an integral part of fiction. From Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream to
the ever complex Middle Earth imagined by JRR Tolkien 300 years later, and of course, Santa’s little
helpers in the north pole, these guys are ever present in pop culture.
Elves were said to be diminutive shape-shifters. English male elves were described as looking like little
old men, though elf maidens were invariably young and beautiful. Like men of the time, elves lived in
kingdoms found in forests, meadows, or hollowed-out tree trunks.
Present day movies show elves as beautiful beings who help people in their times of need. However, the
original ancient form of these beings was quite hostile towards humans. Often enough, it is believed
that elves would lure humans to their death.
The most ancient form of elves came from the mythology of the Norsemen. In Norse mythology, elves
came in pairs – light and dark elves. Light elves were appreciated and esteemed by the god Odin. Some
legends say that the look of the elves was linked to the changes of the seasons in nature. Elves were
mostly immortal, but they could die if their sacred oak tree was cut. Light elves or Ljosalfar, as the
Norsemen called them, inhabited the beautiful world of Alfheim. Dark elves or Dokkalfar were said to be
quite ugly and they lived in the world called Niflheim. While dark elves were said to be evil by nature,
light elves regarded humans as inferior to them, so they did not hold the human race in high esteem. In
a way, light elves can be seen as a portrait of the perfect Norseman; Blonde hair, blue or green eyes, the
fine nose, and the close link with nature are all traits that the ancient Norsemen valued.
And with that, I would like to show you this clip that has been circulating around the internet for
sometime now, and although the thing you are about to see may look familiar and harmless, what if this
is the dark elf of Norse legend?
The short clip has gone viral after being posted to Twitter by a user who says it was put up on the
Facebook page of a woman named Vivian Gomez. A security camera at the home captured the clip,
which shows a small figure with skinny legs and large ears walk down a driveway and do a dance. Harry
Potter fans will be quick to notice this thing’s resemblance to Dobby the House Elf, but what if this is a
dark elf roaming the neighborhood at night, looking for its next victim?
Number 4. Gnomes
Gnomes are, for most people, are short, bearded old men that some people use to decorate their
gardens. Yeah they are a bit tacky, but hey, don’t judge other people for liking them. Like most fictional
creatures, the existence of gnomes became well known due to legends and folktales, most of whom
have been passed down from generation to generation. The thing is, most legends do have a basis in
This iconic image of Gnomes has been around since the 1800s, but if you do a little digging, you’ll
unearth the Gnome’s original look. It’s quite different! The original Gnome was a small, ugly creature
who lived underground. A wild being, he paid little attention to hygiene, and he certainly didn’t wear the
colorful tailored clothes that Gnomes today are so fond of!
Gnomes in history were thought to live underground, and their name is thought to derive from a Latin
word for earth dweller. They were thought to be the guardians of golden treasure, and they had great
wisdom, not only about mining the earth, but also about managing money in general. It is said that any
advice from a Gnome could make any man rich.
They have a special connection to the earth. In fact, they were once considered “earth elementals,”
meaning that they could travel through earth as easily as humans travel through air. To this day, they
are believed to enrich garden soil, making vegetables and flowers flourish.