December 3rd, 2005


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    What do you think?

    The following are even more Scarier :


    1. Fake. It’s so easy to tell when someone has just put a child’s upper torso onto a fishes’ back fins.

      Commented by Emily — July 11, 2007 @ 9:23 pm

    2. yes true but why would you do that to your child???
      Plus there is a birth defect that can explain this pic, The child when born is born with it’s feet attachted at the ankles, giving the child a mermaid/merman like appearance

      Commented by Jason — July 19, 2007 @ 10:21 am

    3. I don’t mean while the child is alive you idiot. And yes there is such a thing called mermaid syndrome. It doesn’t look like that though. Image Link. That’s what mermaid syndrome is.

      Commented by Emily — July 19, 2007 @ 10:37 pm

    4. Ya, I agreed with Emily, Mermaid Syndrome differs from the image posted in this post.

      Commented by Tony — July 19, 2007 @ 10:45 pm

    5. Thank you. People don’t seem to understand that. I fully believe in mermaids. But you wouldn’t get a body period and if by some rare chance that you did, it would be much bigger.

      Commented by Emily — July 19, 2007 @ 11:04 pm

    6. Here’s my thought:

      If mermaids are real, then how are they to be?

      Do a fish and a human have a child together? That’s what perplexes me.

      Commented by CaityCalnan — August 3, 2007 @ 5:36 am

    7. FAKE! Obviously!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Commented by jessica — August 9, 2007 @ 3:51 am

    8. Honestly. Shut up. It’s just put out there for people to wonder.

      This is to Emily saying ‘Do a fish and a human have a child together?’

      Lets say there is no God.
      How come we’re here?
      How come anything is here?

      everything adapts and evolves overtime.

      Commented by The Doctor — August 10, 2007 @ 2:32 am

    9. WTF!!!!!thats scary! but not real

      Commented by lisa le — August 28, 2007 @ 7:01 am

    10. FAKE!

      Commented by lynzie — September 4, 2007 @ 5:33 am

    11. weird but got to agree with emily!

      Commented by Jamie — September 15, 2007 @ 9:34 am

    12. Omg, i have to say the other one i looked at looked kinda real but this
      one looks fake as! it looks like its a fishz tail but im priti shur thats not real

      Commented by Shauni — September 24, 2007 @ 12:16 pm

    13. we think its totally fake

      Commented by helinatalie — September 25, 2007 @ 7:21 am

    14. so fake its untrue… dno how anyone could believe this lol….x.x….

      Commented by kelsi n jodie — December 11, 2007 @ 7:55 pm

    15. it is a real kid… It just has mermaid syndrome! It isn’t a mermaid, it just didn’t grow right!

      Commented by Nicolette — March 5, 2008 @ 1:52 am

    16. ok, im not sayin i believe in this, cause i dont, but honestly people, if it was mermaid syndromr then there wouldnt be a curved “tail” near the feet. its obviously a well planned fake.

      Commented by Renee — June 14, 2008 @ 12:15 am

    17. syndrome* sorry folks, damn keyboard. 😀

      Commented by Renee — June 14, 2008 @ 12:16 am

    18. This pic isn’t very realistic looking.

      If a person can be born with mermaid syndrome, is it so hard to believe that mermaids could be real? Personally I don’t believe in them.

      Interesting thought, could the mermaid-thing have started thousands of years ago when a couple had a child with mermaid syndrome and tried to drown it because it was abnormal and they thought it was deformed? Maybe someone saw the child in the water and started to whole mermaid conspiracy?

      Commented by Sonne — June 16, 2008 @ 10:15 pm

    19. fake!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Commented by lloydpeters — July 6, 2008 @ 9:27 am

    20. to sonne

      if someone tried to drown their fish-kid in the water it would have decomposed by now or at least been eaten by a shark or fish or something.

      it doesnt look like mermaid syndrome because it would still have the normal human leg bones just attatched t the ankles.

      but it could be real.
      but why would u beleive anyything i say? im 13 LOL

      Commented by Rosiee — July 16, 2008 @ 11:30 am

    21. it doesnt look very real the head is shaped strangley but then again whos to say its not real there nothing proving it is and nothing proving it isnt

      Commented by abbie — August 21, 2008 @ 10:05 pm

    22. this doesnt look to real to me , because we are made to believe that mermaids are immortal, i.e they never die so i want to be convinced the cause of thier deaths.

      Commented by samcool — September 17, 2008 @ 12:10 am

    23. its hard to beleive just bey looking at some photos,with the amazing hollywood make up effects nothing could be imposible. Though i do believe in mermaids, my brother of my grand father, which is alot closer to me. Couldnt possibly lie to me. I have a pretty good relationship together. He testified that he saw one, in Camotes an island in P.I., my home town. They went out fishing one time on thier small boat (typical small ones in P.I) with his uncle and another friend, he was about 30’s then, when they caught a mermaid in thier fishing net alon with other fishes. he said, It looked rather small unlike human. Smaller figure about 2 meters but not dwarf, perfectly proportinate. My grandfather said the mermaid looked more scarred, crying and begging to be freed. She was beautiful and fair skinned with a dark scalled fish tail. She promised them a catch in return of setting her free, they were stunned and in a way scarred as well so they lowered their net and off she swam away. While lowering thier nets to the water to thier disbelief the fishes were practically jumping to thier nets and even large ones as if volunterring to be caught as promised by the mermaid.

      Commented by g — September 19, 2008 @ 10:54 am

    24. sum one have a night with a big fish i guess..

      Commented by SorrowBaby — September 20, 2008 @ 8:49 pm

    25. Well, anyway the skeleton isn’t human’s

      Commented by Denis — October 1, 2008 @ 2:17 am

    26. Well u wud be surprised. I dont know what is happening with these pics but one of my close friends family captured a mermaid b4.

      Commented by Jessica — October 6, 2008 @ 11:49 pm

    27. hello! for my own observation.. it does look like a little bit creepy..
      but, I agree with what the majority states..
      its really fake..
      its like camera effects..
      because the lower part was like attach purposely by some camera tricks..
      but if someone could get a better picture..
      i think i’ll believe it..
      cause i love mermaids..
      but i never did see an original one..
      if ever,i want to see those things that Mr. Ripley had discovered..
      that’s all & thank you..
      from a 14 year old girl..
      whom is fascinated with unusual things like this..
      LOL.. from: demonknyt_21/elLenRam11

      Commented by dEm0nknyt21 — December 16, 2008 @ 9:41 pm

    28. this is definately foshizzely rediculously stupidly lamo!! ARIEL IS A LOT PRETTIER AND ME TOO

      Commented by Foshizzel Bogus — January 26, 2009 @ 4:19 am

    29. it clearly looks like it was photo-shopped! gosh don’t you see?
      so, its like: “NO SHIZZLE!”

      Commented by mai — February 8, 2009 @ 9:16 am

    30. it does look a bit fake and the head is huge!!!!!

      Commented by katiiee — March 29, 2009 @ 8:13 pm

    31. I don’t need to say it’s a fake, everyone already said it.
      I don’t know about mermaids, but I do know that there’s many places in the sea that the human kind hasn’t visited yet, for all facts, no one can say the especie exists and nobody can say it doesn’t, no one has any proof.

      Commented by Rotta — May 3, 2009 @ 1:41 am

    32. it’s very ugly, oh and fake.
      Mermaids are supposed to be human looking.

      Commented by Kim — May 28, 2009 @ 11:36 am

    33. i dont believe it….TOO SEE IS TOO BELIEVE…RIGHT…under observation by me….

      Commented by SHALALALALA — June 11, 2009 @ 4:08 pm

    34. Looks to fake for me, like it’s made from clay or something.Just to fake looking for me.

      Commented by Brad — June 26, 2009 @ 5:58 pm


      Commented by MiaMoroi — August 9, 2009 @ 5:42 am

    36. i know about a real pack of mermaids between kiryat yam and tel baruch beach in tel aviv.i am also heard about a haunted house in ben gurion street in is supposed to be haunted by a ghost of a mental ill name is benjamin levdev and he is killed by his mother after she cought him in sexual intercourse with his bible teacher.

      Commented by henry gedenspire — August 24, 2009 @ 7:53 pm

    37. This is the torso of a monkey sewed and taxedermied to a fish. I saw it on Ripley’s believe it or Not. Apperantly you can see the stitches if you get close enough.

      Commented by Nea — September 7, 2009 @ 7:48 pm

    38. hey!!maybe the picture is fake but mermaid is true because my grand father seen a mermaid before. and with the mermaids help he become a rich person. but after a year he turn back to be a mermaids friend and thats the reason he became poor already..

      Commented by luciell — September 23, 2009 @ 5:56 pm

    39. This is a Fuji Mermaid! It’s the upper torso of a monkey sewn onto the bottom half of a fish. Research ; I think it was originally used in Barnum’s circus

      Commented by Bub — November 29, 2009 @ 2:54 am

    40. dats super fake

      Commented by monique — May 23, 2010 @ 9:44 am

    41. WTFUDGE!!!! mermaids are real!!! if god is real(of course he is) and if aliens are real then of course mermaids are real too; since half of the ocean isnt explored yet. And if you people are so stupid to say that!!! well why are you people on this website anyways!!! And if u people can see that, then u guys need your eyes checked!!!! im out.

      Commented by SORAFREAK!!!(im a girl) — July 4, 2010 @ 1:21 am

    42. Are you serious? Do you realize how stupid you sound? There is no proof that they exist, how are people supposed to “get their eyes checked”? You just assume that mermaids are real just because the ocean is unexplored? Do mankind a favor: hold your breath and go and find a mermaid deep in the ocean.

      Commented by Morgan — July 10, 2010 @ 12:46 pm

    43. I have researched extensively into the matter of mermaids, as I had always believed that they were purely mythical creatures. Unfortunately, my research results astonished me, as I progressed in my sceptical analysis. I am now fully persuaded and satisfied that mermaids do exist and I will explain to you all why.
      Firstly, it should be acknowledged by all that fakes do exist, and that their existence is nothing new, as they have been used historically about 200 years or more to fool others. Nevertheless, why should one believe that the account of the existence of mermaids, as witnessed by many, over the centuries, is still true? This question is problematic, because it seems to be consistently true for human nature, that where irrefutable evidence is produced, for whatever scientific discipline, if it causes controversy, then someone will somehow fabricate false evidence to bring ridicule and disrepute to that proof. I have seen it repeated far too often and consistently for this farce of human nature to be easily ignored. And if any of you have some notion of a doubt about what I say, then have a look at and examine for yourselves the proven falsehoods which are still being perpetuated as truth today such as, Neanderthal man, Peking man, and Lucy.
      Once you are satisfied, beyond reasonable doubt, that these are blatant and shameless hoaxes, pushed forward by some elements of the scientific community, then you may be mature enough to accept and test my following statements.
      When one looks at the history of mermaids, as they existed throughout man’s history, you will see that the stories and the worship of them are as old as those of UFO’s, going back thousands of years.
      I am aware of at least one legitimate and credible museum having a mermaid on its display, and where it was scrutinised under proper scientific examination.
      If one looks at our more recent 400 year history of such reports, one will find such credible reports made by well acclaimed personages as Christopher Columbus (I am sure there are others), many sea captains and catholic monks.
      Also, when I examined more recent reports going back a few years, I found to my surprise, conservative and credible reports from unwary people who were taken by surprise by direct and accidental contact with them. For example, I found that well seasoned Divers, especially those who dive for sport, in certain parts of the world, have a some point come into alarming brief but sobering contact with them, where they no longer doubt of their existence but who are also, and not surprisingly, reluctant in admitting and relating their first-hand experiences. This equally applies to sailors and ship crews, fishermen and hapless swimmers. Yet in each case, most were formally ignorant of them.

      Commented by examine4urself — September 29, 2010 @ 7:47 am

    44. this is so stupid that mermaid is as believeable as me saying that emily is a mermaid

      Commented by elizabeth — October 11, 2010 @ 12:42 am

    45. i think mermaids are real and i have studied about it

      Commented by maryam — July 4, 2011 @ 9:11 pm

    46. I am aware that the scientific community has at various times, around the world, examined the rarely found carcases of Mermaids. Offiicially, their existence is denied. This is because the existence of Mermaids destroys the classical teachings of man’s biological and evolutionary history. This is because the open acknowledgement of the existence of Mermaids by the scientific community would mean that man would have to accept dark things concerning the past history of man. Such as the sporadic intervention of fallen angels in man’s history in creating hybrids of man. If one needs help in understanding the gravity of what I mean, one could look at the works of Archeaologist Johnathan Grey.

      It would mean that we could no longer deny that the existence of Giants – which were created to rival the dominance of man on Earth, Aliens – which were created to rival the dominance of man over space, and Mermaids – which were created to rival the dominance of man over the seas, and of Sirens – which were created to rival the dominance of man in the air, was done by fallen Angels in order to extinguish the natural bloodline of man as created by God.

      Therefore, we would have to conclude that fallen Angels, contrary to our perception and understanding, CAN CREATE LIFE!

      The reason why the study of Mermaids can be a confusing one is due to the difficulties of classification. Since fakes exist, most people would ignore the compelling evidence that the classification of Mermaids are as follows: –

      1. Fakes.
      2. Mermaids.
      3. Fallen Angels.

      Now, in respect to the classification of some Mermaids as Fallen Angels, we have to consider the following points:

      Fallen Angels
      Fallen angels classification applies to those carcases which belong to evil entities which were created by them and cast off at the point of death. These carcases are impossible to classify because they are always consistently unique in appearance and never found again. Also, they are so monstrous in appearance they defy all natural laws of nature and procreation. It should be apparant to the eye that these creatures were never created by God or nature in order to naturally reproduce or live.

      Under the Mermaid category there are many diverse species in existence. Mermaids are distinguised by their apparant human form, which is fused with that of the genetics of the fish. Mermaids do not always conform to the expectations of human fantasy.

      According to consistent reports of their appearing, they mostly prefer warm waters. They can be categorised in the following ways:
      Horizontal Caudal — Vertical Caudal
      This is to do with the movement of the vertebrae.
      Kallos and Askimi.
      This is to do with their appearance. Kallos, meaning beautiful. These hybrid creatures have strong resemblances to man and can easily be seen to be distinctly human though with fish features.

      Askimi, meaning ugly. Mermaids in this category can often be challenging to the eyes due to their crude and brutal features with no seeming care of asthetics or order.

      Commented by examine4urself — July 25, 2011 @ 2:40 am

    47. sirius is a planet the word seieus looks like it?
      osirus is also a word that has much in common like syria or sirene!
      osirus was a egyptian god half man half fish, the dogon is a tribe from africa! lets be All serieus from now!

      Commented by serious-siriusAB — September 20, 2011 @ 9:39 pm

    48. good and evil!!
      the word fallen and every thing surrounding us has those divide two truths! fallen in the thought my human brothers on earth explains in his ownsight! but be SIRIUS it can also mean by those who came from above, falling from the sky!

      maybe they were evil and washed away like some people know for sure or maybe this people has some fear land seeing only the one half that is been told,….

      the minus and plus makes energy we can use or we always want to play games we call sports with the two forces in a game!

      Commented by serious-siriusAB — September 20, 2011 @ 9:46 pm

    49. In the 19th century, P. T. Barnum displayed in his museum a taxidermal hoax called the Fiji mermaid. Others have perpetrated similar hoaxes, which are usually papier-mâché fabrications or parts of deceased creatures, usually monkeys and fish, stitched together for the appearance of a grotesque mermaid. In the wake of the 2004 tsunami, pictures of Fiji “mermaids” circulated on the Internet as supposed examples of items that had washed up amid the devastation, though they were no more real than Barnum’s exhibit.[33]

      Commented by glen — February 13, 2012 @ 2:52 pm

    50. After hurricane sandy and found six baby mermaids.

      Commented by milee — March 4, 2013 @ 2:52 pm

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