Skip to 5:30 if you only want to see the rescue part.
This is the incredible story of Harrison Okene, the cook and only survivor of the ship 'Jason 4' that sunk in the Atlantic ocean, 30 kilometers from Nigeria's shores.
He was trapped for around three days at the bottom of the sea in an air pocket of the sunken ship, without anything to eat or drink.
You gotta love his way of telling a story
I’m pretty sure his reaction was not the one 99.99% people would have seeing a group of cannibals running towards them…
This guy has cerebral palsy (CP): a non-progressive, non-contagious motor condition that causes physical disability in human development… he also can’t talk!
This is a video to show to people who spend their time complaining about anything…
2 Norwegian guys downloaded an app that imitates sounds of rabbits in order to get closer shots of the fox they previously noticed not far from them. They activated the app and put down the phone to record the whole scene with another phone. I guess they didn’t expect what was going to happen... (rest of the story inside the post, after the video)
This was made exclusively from various bits of documentaries and movies.
My attempt at being a film director when everything went not according to plan of course!:)
Wait for it… it gets better…
Take some time to go through this WTF story until the end, it’s totally worth it.
What a crazy piece of editing! So, basically, the guys behind this video searched through more than 5 thousand Getty pictures to put together this amazing 1-minute video (15 images per second).
7th grader Jeremy Wuitschick is now a true hero! What he accomplished is just unbelievable.
Here comes a new selection of photos from the “Back To The Future” project by Irina Werning. Isn’t it cool to take your old picture and recreate the same old scene with you many years later?