Alleged human sacrifice near CERN Shiva statue captured on video [watch]

In what seems to be work of hoax, a new video showing an alleged human sacrifice at CERN (Europen Organisation for Nuclear Research) has gone viral on video streaming and social networking sites.

The footage [watch below] is highly shocking for it shown that a human (most likely a girl) is being stabbed with a sword or knife in front of a Shiva statue at the CERN campus. The video was posted on YouTube about a week back and since then it has been shared multiple times on social networking sites including Facebook. Almost everyone who has watched the video is claiming through their comments that the video is fake and has been shot at a staged location that mimics the Shiva statue at CERN.

The description of the video carries the following message: “WARNING: Disturbing footage. A group of cloaked figures appear to gather in the courtyard before a woman in white enters and kneels on the ground. This chilling mysterious video shows a group of ‘researchers’ at the CERN Large Hadron Collider staging a chilling ‘satanic human sacrifice’ ritual.”

CERN has reacted strongly to the video and has outright branded it as a work of fiction. A CERN spokesperson told the Mirror that the research organization gets quite a few visitors over summer and some of these visitors take their sense of humour too far.

“That is what has happened on this occasion. CERN does not condone this kind of spoof”, the spokesperson said.

In an emailed statement to Agency France-Presse (AFP), a CERN spokesperson said that the scenes in the video were filmed on CERN, “but without official permission or knowledge”. The spokesperson also added that the enactment has likely been done by CERN staff, but they haven’t been able to confirm the identities of those in the video.

In another report, which you need to take with a grain of salt, the man who leaked the video has allegedly been found dead. We do not have any concrete source of this information, and so can’t verify these claims.

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