Im sure you guys know what this is, but if you dont, ill do a quick rundown
on 4chan some guy was asking for scary stories on the deep web and some guy said they saw a gory anime that was hella fucked up and traumatized him and people looked for it but turned up nothing and most people thought it wasnt real and some guy claiming to be the guy who told the story said it was fake and they made it up.
So with that being said, I was making an article about Saki Sanobashi as my first ever article on LMW. It was a while ago, and i eventually stopped since I just didn't think it was that noteworthy to make an article on, and I, like many others, thought it was fake
Was that a good move? Should I just continue making the article? There are articles about small, 100 percent fake things (like paccie), where the info was mainly just rumors.
However, considering that most people doubt it existence, and how most people probably don't even care or like the story, I don't think it would be the greatest article to be my first.
I think the problem with Saki, other than the fact people think it's fake, is the fact it has nothing going for it evidence wise unlike some other unconfirmed articles on here. A Day with Spongebob at least had that connection to that weird production company, and the Rapsittie Street Kids Easter special has a TV listing. I can't think of any solid proof for Saki, just all speculation and hearsay. Not to mention the OP apparently came back claiming they faked it, and that can't be verified but the story has too many redflags of it not being real and not enough solid evidence connecting anything.
Here are my two cents: It came from 4chan, and the only evidence is rumors (eg. no tangible evidence online that it exists other than the 4chan). Also, I thought the OP of Saki said it was fake. I heard some people after OP said it was fake refused to believe this, but at this point I think it is a lost cause. Just a rumor some person on the internet made up I suppose
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