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Anyway, I suggest changing some information in the Ring Girl page: "The origins of the Ring Girl began with an upload of a video on YouTube in 2006, featuring CJ in his living room and looking around when a silhouette of a girl appears from the television in the corner and disappears a second later. Other than this video, there was no other proof that the mysterious girl existed in the game. '''It is believed that the Ring Girl was simply a pedestrian spawn glitch."''' At first, I wasn't trust by anyone, just because when I joined this Wiki for the first time, I asked too much so may some people annoyed and they didn't trust me. You guys can watch DaviDustin's video to see (DaviDustin is also a hard-working and trustworthy myth hunter). Before watching his video, I had already believed that the picture was just a result of Photoshop not glitch<br />His video: https://youtu.be/Ldb27byzzwk (he explained about the Ghost Girl at 14:25)<br>I think it's suitable time to ask: Looks like everyone interested in ulown00b, isn't it? Most of his videos are really nonsense, especially about Cesar is the betrayer and Smoke is an Aztecas but his videos still be used as '''Video Investigation''', what??? There are lots of trustworthy myth hunters, DarkMythHunter, DaviDustin, TheseMyths, etc. Why don't you use their videos instead?
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Anyway, I suggest changing some information in the Ring Girl page: "The origins of the Ring Girl began with an upload of a video on YouTube in 2006, featuring CJ in his living room and looking around when a silhouette of a girl appears from the television in the corner and disappears a second later. Other than this video, there was no other proof that the mysterious girl existed in the game. '''It is believed that the Ring Girl was simply a pedestrian spawn glitch."''' At first, I wasn't trust by anyone, just because when I joined this Wiki for the first time, I asked too much so may some people annoyed and they didn't trust me. You guys can watch DaviDustin's video to see (DaviDustin is also a hard-working and trustworthy myth hunter). Before watching his video, I had already believed that the picture was just a result of Photoshop not glitch<br />His video: https://youtu.be/Ldb27byzzwk (he explained about the Ghost Girl at 14:25)<br />P/s: I think it's suitable time to ask: Looks like everyone really interested in ulown00b, isn't it? Most of his videos are really nonsense, especially about Cesar is the betrayer and Smoke is an Aztecas but his videos still be used as '''Video Investigation''', what??? There are lots of trustworthy myth hunters, DarkMythHunter, DaviDustin, TheseMyths, etc. Why don't you use their videos instead?

Latest revision as of 16:26, October 8, 2018

Anyway, I suggest changing some information in the Ring Girl page: "The origins of the Ring Girl began with an upload of a video on YouTube in 2006, featuring CJ in his living room and looking around when a silhouette of a girl appears from the television in the corner and disappears a second later. Other than this video, there was no other proof that the mysterious girl existed in the game. It is believed that the Ring Girl was simply a pedestrian spawn glitch." At first, I wasn't trust by anyone, just because when I joined this Wiki for the first time, I asked too much so may some people annoyed and they didn't trust me. You guys can watch DaviDustin's video to see (DaviDustin is also a hard-working and trustworthy myth hunter). Before watching his video, I had already believed that the picture was just a result of Photoshop not glitch
His video: https://youtu.be/Ldb27byzzwk (he explained about the Ghost Girl at 14:25)
P/s: I think it's suitable time to ask: Looks like everyone really interested in ulown00b, isn't it? Most of his videos are really nonsense, especially about Cesar is the betrayer and Smoke is an Aztecas but his videos still be used as Video Investigation, what??? There are lots of trustworthy myth hunters, DarkMythHunter, DaviDustin, TheseMyths, etc. Why don't you use their videos instead?

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