There Is A Lost Footage Somewhere Displaying Squidward’s Suicide
There has been a controversy regarding a lost episode of SpongeBob SquarePants in 2004 that is said to display Squidward’s suicide.
An animator named Andrew Skinner developed an episode of Spongbob SquarePants in 2004 and named it Red Mist. He then sent it to Hollywood to try and pass it off as the official season 4 premier for Spongbob SquarePants. Animators watched the episode and discovered a terrifying secret.
The episode starts with a salesmen arriving at Squidwards house, Squidward opens the door and the saleman says to him, “the red mist is coming.” Squidward is confused at this point. The tape then flashes to a clip of Squidward playing the clarinet in front of a large crowd. Squidward is booed by everyone, including Spongebob. Squidward then returns to his house and sits in his chair with a depressed look on his face. He starts to cry and at this point, a series of real pictures come to view. The gruesome pictures revealed a dead boy with his face mangled and entrails exposed. It also showed pictures of a deceased girl. A moment later, Amazing Grace can be heard playing in the background as a sequence of frames showing the boy being mutilated. It then flashes back to Squidward holding a shotgun against his head. The words “Do it” can be heard and squid ward commits suicide.
The tape was so horrifying that it had to be destroyed. However, it was believed there was a copy of the footage made by an intern at Paramount Studios and was released on the internet. It was quickly removed by the police soon after.
I’ve looked up the web regarding the truth of this story but there isn’t much evidence. However, there are some interesting videos on YouTube. Just lookup “Red Mist Squidward.” Enjoy!
Bizarre Rituals That Are Still Performed Today
Necrophagy- The Aghori Babas are famous for eating the dead. They believe by eating the dead, it would confront their fear of death.
Sun Dance – This is performed by the Native American. It is a way to pray to the Great Spirit. Participants are pierced with a skewer, and a rope connects the skewer to a pole which represents the Tree of Life.
Self – Flagellation –Ever year during the holy month of Muharram, followers of Shi’a sect of Islam will whip their bodies with blades attached to chain.
Gkol – It is a ritual performed by land diving. It is performed in the village of Bunlap. Despite the chances of broken bones and death, it is said that the higher the jump, the more blessings you get.
Vodun (Spiritual Possession) – It is a ritual that involves making someone into a kind of vessel, or medium. He or she is taken to the forest to connect with the earth spirit, Sakpata.
Jhator (sky burial) – This is practiced in Tibet. Relatives of the dead will bring the body to the highest altitude and leave it for scavengers to eat it. It was believed that when someone dies, the soul has moved to another realm and the body was no longer needed.
Fire Walking – It is hosted in Pennang, Malaysia called the “Nine Emperor Gods Festival.” As the name implies, people walked barefooted on burning embers.
Famadihana – It is a tradition festival held every 2-7 year in Madagascar. Loved ones will be dug up from their graves and danced with. It is believed it will help them reach the afterlife faster.
Impaling – An annual ritual that takes place in Thailand. It requires participants to push knives, spears, swords, and hooks through their cheeks. By doing this, they believe they will be protected from evil.
Death Rites – The Amazonian tribe of Yanomami view death as an unnatural phenomenon. Corpse will be cremated and then fermented with banana. It is then consumed by the tribes’ people, believing the spirit of the dead will continue to live among them.
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