The killer whale kills trainer footage is not online at the moment. But of course, ‘killer whale kills trainer footage’ searches are among the hottest online. Since news got out that a Sea World whale killed his trainer, accounts of the story have been horrifying. It was already enough that hundreds of people saw Dawn Brancheau die right in front of them, as their eye-witness accounts have been gruesome. But naturally, it’s not enough, as the killer whale kills trainer footage is just the latest hot video search item.
By now, it is not a surprise that Internet audiences are searching for this. Every time someone dies, they either look for their death photos, or footage of how they died, if it was widely seen. In this case, the live death of a Sea World trainer is fair game, although those who saw it live likely wouldn’t recommend a replay.
So far, the closest thing to the killer whale kills trainer footage is the moments before it happened. Though blogs haven’t found clips of Brancheau’s death, some have found a video that was filmed seconds before the attack.
According to Good Morning America, a family in attendance filmed Brancheau playing with Tilikum the whale, just like normal. However, her ponytail appears to have swung in front of Tilikum, and the whale is now said to have grabbed on to it.
The video stopped seconds before it happened, so it technically isn’t the ‘killer whale kills trainer footage’ most are looking for. Yet it is actually useful in explaining how this happened – or is at least most useful than a video of her being bitten to death.
For those who want to see that, they may leave themselves vulnerable to malware and computer viruses. Already, hackers are alleged to have made articles which promise the video clip, but really deliver bad software and extract credit card information.
Despite the dangers, searches for the killer whale kills trainer footage continues. This isn’t even the first time a death clip has made it big online – though in this case, the death clip actually doesn’t exist. However, the video of luger Nodar Kumaritashvili’s death did exist, and was not only downloaded online, but was also broadcast by major networks.
In this case, the demise of Dawn Brancheau doesn’t have a wide audience, though not for a lack of trying. For the moment, viewers will have to settle for watching Brancheau in her final minutes of life.
The Daily Telegraph- “SeaWorld killer whale new video released”
Kansas City Infozine- “Sick Hackers Exploit Sea World Killer Whale Attack to Spread Malware”
Glip Max- “Killer Whale Kills Trainer Footage”