Woman Gives Birth to Alien-Like Mutant Creature

Woman Gives Birth to Alien-Like Mutant Creature

Woman Gives Birth to Alien-Like Mutant Creature

This is one of those videos that have to be seen to believe. Words can’t possibly describe the bizarreness of the alien-like mutant creature that was just given birth to by a human female.

At around 0:48 there is a close up of the creature’s head. You can discern mouth, nose and eyes. The extremity the nurse lifts up at 1:36 is probably an arm. The mother seems strangely calm. I’d be freaking out if that thing came out of my vagina.

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236 thoughts on “Woman Gives Birth to Alien-Like Mutant Creature”

          1. @ Brokeback. I am happy to see that you are back with us brother, as i always liked you, and Obli equally. I love ya BOTH,,, my brothers! 🙂

          2. I can’t view the video on this computer right now, but black babies are born white. How long they stay that way, I don’t know. I had a black couple living upstairs from me and she told me she freaked the fuck out cuz the baby came out white. She told me, “I thought Earl was gonna kill me…!!” haha poor Valerie.

            Anyway, they’re white from lack of photosythesis, I think. {Pls correct me if I’m wrong!}

    1. You’re all wrong…it’s quite straight forward what happened , the mother was simply raped by Patrick from SpongeBob , yes he might act like he doesn’t know what day it is but he’s well clued up on the sly .

    1. it?s happened in indonesia, i understand the language. she said doesn?t feel anything and not feel any move inside her stomach when she pregnant.. and she had one normal kid before this thing came out.. i don’t know it’s alive or not..

          1. Same sentiment here, if that was my baby and that little midget was laughing at it, I don’t care how many stitches I’d had, she would be getting a side kick to the ribs, see if she finds that funny.

    2. Poor little thing is still alive and breathing,, but I wonder how long the baby survived,, the little one looks likes its go no bones,, Isweet angel just ca,e down to say hello, the will go back home

  1. I would really love the chance to study that….. Especially if I could get all the background of the parents such as medical histories, drug use, dietary… Looks so fascinating….

      1. You’re welcome.
        And the video appears to be from Indonesia from the language spoken.
        Translation of a few phrases: “Ma’am? Ma’am, when you were giving birth, how did you feel? When you were giving birth, wbhen you were pregnant, what was that like? You didn’t feel anything? You didn’t feel a lot of movement inside?” (presumably the nurse in charge) “I ran away, it jumped out on its own” “There was a (medical) case […]” “Look here, look here… Those are its… lips? Mute, maybe. Head. Nose. Cleft, it seems. Neck is missing.” “There’s one arm here.” “Looks like a chicken’s.” “On that side.” “Looks like a slaughter chicken’s” (i.e. broiler, chicken raised for meat) — the chicken comparison could also be for the whole thing, not just the arm “No, no need [to prop the arm], let it be, pity/mercy/poor thing…” Followed by more “Slaughter chicken” comments (in original language: “ayam potong”) “So the other one/baby was born normal?” Mother: “Normal.” Rebuttal: “The other one was small/underweight!” Finally, the mother asked “[Are we] done?” Reply: “That is all. [We’re] done, [we’re] done, [we’re] done.”

  2. The calm before the storm. That thing zoomed off the bed and hid in the hospital air duct system. Call Ripley quick !

    Seriously though. That’s a real shame for the ( baby ), I doubt it could survive for very long at all.

    1. @Stomper.

      Remember “Basket case”? Crap b movie horror.

      As you say, seriously this could be all manner of things, drugs ( and I mean prescription) radiation, immunisation, pollution the list goes on .

      There’s Thimeresol in vaccines, it’s a mercury based preservative! We all know mercury is poisonous but they won’t tell you that when you take your baby to be jabbed.

      And in the US they’re mandatory! What does that say about your human rights.

      I wonder how many cases like this could be attributed to big pharmaceutical companies making a quick buck ?

      1. @bobcat.

        These things are extensively tested by the big pharmaceutical companies, but I wouldn’t be happy about my kids having vaccinations which contain even the tiniest trace of mercury. Who would ?.

        They keep these details quiet, although the information could be found by perusing the msds … safety data, that accompanies these products. Something that your average parent will hardly be inclined to do.

        It’s profit first mate, no doubt about that. This particular product you mention, is, no doubt, much more cost effective for the producers than alternative?products.

        Pretty deplorable really, but not surprising.

      2. Are you not required to have your kids vaccinated where you’re from? I live in Texas and I had all 3 of my kids vaccinated and I’ve never had any problems with them other than a mild fever.

        1. Mine were vaccinated.
          Basically, if you register your children’s births, you hand over that decision to the authorities. Much the same as registering anything really, but, we all do it, to a point at least anyway.

          1. In the uk, it’s a choice, but most people get their children vaccinated,, we keep having the cry about vaccinations and autism related, then you get mums worring and not getting their kids vaccinated,, but no link has been found,, just happens to be a child’s vaccinations happen at the same age as you would first start seeing signs of autism,, as for not getting children vaccinated,, the uk in the last few years,, 2012-2015, has seen a large rise in child hood diseases and children becoming blind and deaf from them,, and 99% of these children were not vaccinated,, so I fully agree with vaccination

          2. [email protected], can you tell me more? Are you talking about Rubella (mother has german measles) which can leave the child with sight and hearing loss like me?

            children born with it (mothers have german measles) can have sight and hear

          3. Totally agree Tish Tish, do we all want to go back to being paralysed from Polio or dying as children from Tuberculosis? No, we don’t, have your children immunised.

  3. This is awful. I’m currently 7 1/2 months pregnant, and thank God I’ve been able to see my baby girl via sonogram/ultrasound. It’s so unfortunate in other countries access to a simple ultrasound could’ve prevented this.

      1. Exactly I agree , or at least the mother could abort the fetus as there would be no quality of life for it. Even simple bloodwork early in pregnancy can detect certain chromosomal abnormalities – not saying that’s what this is as I’m puzzled to the degree of the birth defect and what it is exactly. With 15 years of hospital nursing experience (as I’ve mentioned before I’m an RN), I’ve never seen a birth defect to this extent surviving til full term. And thank you for the best wishes 🙂

        1. Perhaps it was some medicine she was on prior to knowing she was knocked up…I actually miss going into a pharmacy and getting medicine without a doctors prescription in Latin countries..

          1. Could’ve been absolutely. Or maybe a medication she continued throughout the pregnancy not knowing the effects. Especially if she wasn’t receiving prenatal care. I’ve also heard and seen alot from other countries the chemicals they use with different bombs etc has caused an increase in birth defects just like this and worse. Amazing how miraculous the human body is to create and sustain another life such as this baby, and even the baby itself as it looks very much alive.

            I didn’t know in other countries you could get meds in a pharmacy without a script. I think i was told in Russia you can easily purchase tylenol with codeine, whereas here it’s an arrestable offense without a script. Even tho it does basically nothing.

      1. @Bobcat I do live in the US, and I will get the important required vaccinations like MMR(measles, mumps, rubella) etc. But even tho I am a nurse, I’ve never had the flu vaccine and I have two other children as well 10yrs and 14yrs old both girls and I’ve never alowed them to receive it either. And we’re still alive & healthy and haven’t been terribly sick as I’ve seen so many others who have gotten it.

          1. In the uk, it?s a choice, but most people get their children vaccinated,, we keep having the cry about vaccinations and autism related, then you get mums worring and not getting their kids vaccinated,, but no link has been found,, just happens to be a child?s vaccinations happen at the same age as you would first start seeing signs of autism,, as for not getting children vaccinated,, the uk in the last few years,, 2012-2015, has seen a large rise in child hood diseases and children becoming blind and deaf from them,, and 99% of these children were not vaccinated,, so I fully agree with vaccination,,

            Their is also a flu vaccination, and a pneumonia one, the flu one is more common in the UK now,, the pneumonia one, you can get from from the doctors if your high risk,,
            The pneumonia one I’ve never had proba with,, but the flu one I’ve had for a few years, I just seem to have a constant start of flu symptoms, so didn’t have it this year, and much better, but it works for some and not others

  4. What does it say of me that all I could think is how I wished someone would pick that poor baby up and snuggle him. At least bundle him up and let him feel what it’s like to be loved before he goes completely (Looks like his mouth was moving).

    1. I fully agree, give the little one a cuddle as they take only a few breaths on this earth,, was certainly alive, and to be just poked and prodded like thta, just upset me,, the little one deserved a cuddle as they took their last breath

          1. @illegalsmile55, Thank you, you’re too kind!
            Haha, looks like you’ll have a full crew. 😉 I’m handy on a boat, FD and I live in Florida. If we ever head up your way we’ll definitely take you up on your generous offer!

  5. Reminds me of “Basket Case” , only this is Basket Case 3 – Indonesia.

    She seems relieved that she doesn’t have to raise and feed the thing, although watching her trying to breast-feed that creature would be the icing on the cake.

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