Believe it or not, the graphic video was live on YouTube for about three days before it finally got taken down. I know the video is now a few days old and has been talked to death. And as for why the video is called Video 1444 it appears that those numbers hold no significance. The 17-second video appears to have been shared on sites and communities that publish highly graphical photos and videos known as Gore. Several people have seen “Video 1444” floating around on social media or popping up on YouTube, but what the video entails is quite graphic and beyond disturbing. The weekend began on October 19 and 20 on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and Google. Video 1444 is a suicide video by Russian VK user Bleb Korablev who shot himself in the head with a rifle during a live-stream on October 17, 2019. Here is everything we know about the video. I’m not here to stop you. In the video, we can see a man by the name of Gleb Korablev sitting on a sofa in front of a painting pointing a rifle at his head.
Would you dare to see it? It is supposed to be a short video in which you can see how a young man is sitting in an armchair with a semi-automatic rifle with both hands pointing at his head … And, apparently, he pulled the trigger. The suicide video was quickly spread throughout various Russian VK groups as well as Russian imageboard 2ch. Although the video was pulled down from VK the now-deleted YouTube channel GORE reposted it with the title “1444”. Several versions of the video have been uploaded on YouTube and on social networks with different titles, many of which include the term “video 1444”, in order to evade the removal filters. The full gun is shown before he sat down in extended versions of the clip. This is a young Russian who, according to Russian forums, was called Korablev Gleb Vyacheslavovich and committed suicide. This is a young Russian, who according to Russian forums, was called Korablev Gleb Vyacheslavovich and has committed suicide. According to a Reddit user with the username Kurosagi8, the video was published on the Deep Web and the person who commits suicide prepared everything and cursed everyone who saw it.
It’s worth noting that the alleged “curse” sounds vaguely similar to the plot of the horror film, The Ring, where anyone who saw a certain terrifying videotape wouldn’t fare well. Being the beginning of the misfortune of those who have seen it. Originally from the U.K., Darryl Hinton is a journalist and web content specialist who now lives and writes in Trending Topics of United States, United Kingdom and Australia. The video lasts only 17 seconds and had already been shared previously on platforms that publish explicit content. Users of social networks have been warning others about the video because it is linked without a warning about graphic content. A video that was uploaded to multiple popular social media networks under the title 1444 went viral this weekend and has spread like wildfire on YouTube. She explains that it had received popularity because a YouTube channel by the name of Gore had uploaded it for the pure purpose of attention and to be edgy.
It first surfaced and started trending on Oct. 19, then it gained attention again on Dec. 9, after a TikTok user mentioned it on the app. If the names of those close to him are revealed, please leave then alone and do not disturb them. It is not known how it got started but it’s said that if you don’t comment those numbers you are cursed. His motives are currently unknown. A shot can be heard and the brutal consequences of the shot are observed. However, we must remember that many of these videos are on the Internet to scare, confuse and cause all kinds of nightmares. The 1444 video, like the Momo Challenge, is a macabre urban legend that is spread on Internet times through YouTube and social networks. Chapman’s work has appeared in a wide range of publications in print and online, including The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Pacific Standard magazine, The Independent, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many other outlets. The 1444 Viral video exists, the young man committed suicide, but there is no curse associated with the viewing of the alleged damn YouTube video. And this is where the curse begins. Since then, the channel and video have been deleted, but the images were shared hundreds of times.
The video spread through various social media channels. He broadcast his suicide live on the Russian social network VK, which is similar to Facebook. The facts presented in the macabre video took place in Moscow last Thursday, October 17, always according to what has been published in the Russian forums. He seems to be saying “goodbye” in Russian before committing suicide. Simply a sequence for YouTube not to detect that it was suicide. As to what is happening and what’s going on, it is not all fully known what had happened to drive Korablev to suicide. There is a picture of the frame in which a white man is seen sitting on a sofa with the rifle in his hand. As to why there’s a lag in between the shot and the blast from it. The legend says that it was published on a YouTube channel at dawn on October 20, 2019, and that hours later it was deleted.