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Police Re-Open Missing Person's Case After Creepy Video Goes Viral Again

Police Re-Open Missing Person's Case After Creepy Video Goes Viral Again

Police in Wisconsin have relaunched a missing person's investigation after a creepy video recorded in 2009 has gone viral again.

The footage is titled "Hi Walter! I got a new gf today!" and shows a man discussing a new woman in his life.

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However, the footage ends with him opening a cupboard door to a woman gagged and bound bent over on the floor.

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The footage going viral again has reopened the case of Kayla Berg, who went missing two months before the video was uploaded to YouTube.

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Berg went missing from Antigo after spending the night out with her friend. She was dropped off outside her boyfriend's house but has never been seen since.

The girl at the end of the video looks so much like Berg that police decided they'd look into it again.

Antigo Police Chief Eric Roller told waow.com: "We'll do whatever we can to find out who's in there and identify them. Sometimes that's hard on the web because of wherever this stuff may originate from."

The video could be a hoax but officers are now working to see if it's authentic or not.

Antigo Police Department said: "The Antigo Police Department has recently been made of a YouTube video titled: Hi Walter It's Me Patrick Video- I have a new girlfriend. This video was originally posted in October 2009, but has recently gone viral and many believe it is connected to our missing person Kayla Berg.

The Antigo Police Department is actively investigating the origin of this video. If anyone has particular information as to the origin of the video or the identity of the individuals in the video, please contact the Antigo Police Department.

The investigation continues.

Featured image credit: YouTube

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