What on earth is it?

What on earth is it?
A mother was filming her child, then this happened. It happened in Argentina in 2011.

The video is recorded with a cell phone and you can clearly see the appearance of a tiny creature while she is filming her son playing.

According to to the Spanish description, this little creature came out from the kitchen and ran to the garden to escape, leaving behind a foul smell and an intense discharge of the phone.

The family had always observed that the child was playing and talking to himself in his room and in the corners of the house around nap time, but had never worried because they thought at his age it was normal.

In January 2011, the boy was playing as always in the hallway when the mother noticed a bit of nervousness, and decided to use the cell phone to record his behavior. Then "something" started running in the background.

They decided to show this evidence for the world to see on the Internet.

Is it fake, or maybe there are more between heaven and earth than we know of?

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