'Devil Baby' Terrorizes New Yorkers (Funny Video)


The producers of the upcoming horror film "Devil's Due" recently pulled a hilarious stunt on the streets of New York City.

According to Examiner.com, Thinkmodo, the ad agency behind the "Telekinetic Coffee Shop Surprise" for last year's film "Carrie," came up with the mechanical "devil baby" stunt (video below).

"Our devil baby was covered and a hidden speaker inside the stroller would play looped audio of a crying baby," Thinkmodo co-founder David Krivicka told Yahoo! "It was an interesting social experiment to see how many people would bother to check an abandoned stroller."

Using a remote control, Thinkmodo was able to make the baby "cry," which caused concerned New Yorkers, mostly women, to walk over to the baby carriage.

That's when the mechanical devil baby popped up with an evil grin, moved its head and made scary noises.

Hidden cameras recorded people's shocked reactions when confronted with the demonic infant robot.

The video, entitled "Devil Baby Attack," already has 300,000 views in one day on YouTube.

Sources: Yahoo! and Examiner.com


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