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Watch: Bikers Encounter Entity in Sumatra?

A bizarre video from Sumatra appears to show a group of dirt bike riders encounter a diminutive entity that leaves them stunned as it scurries away.

The incident allegedly occurred on the outskirts of the country's capital city of Banda Aceh and was purportedly filmed by one of the riders as they barreled down a dirt trail.

In the odd footage, the group suddenly comes to a stop when one of the riders has fallen off of his bike, ostensibly because he had just spotted the small 'being' that can briefly be seen in front of them.

Presumably just as surprised as the bikers, the entity runs away from them, but one brave rider chases after the mysterious being.

The pursuit does not last too long as the entity manages to dash into some tall grass and subsequently vanish from sight.

Despite attempts from the confused witnesses to find the mysterious being in the grass, their search proves to be fruitless.

Since being posted to YouTube only days ago, the video has amazing garnered more than two million hits with astounded viewers debating what exactly they had just seen.

Theories on the creature range from some kind of elemental or supernatural being to simply a normal human that had been bathing in a nearby river and didn't expect any visitors.

Of course, given the fantastic nature of the footage, the possibility that it was a clever hoax cannot be ruled out.

Check out the weird scene and let us know what you think at the Coast to Coast AM Facebook page.

And Coast Insiders can learn more about the legends of 'nature people' by checking out the 3/17/17 edition of the program featuring psychic medium Christian von Lahr.

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Source: Daily Mail

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