It is popular for content creators and influencers to start their own or to take on certain “challenges” on the internet. Aside from entertainment purposes, this is also their way of being in-the-trend and giving quality content to their followers.
As for social media goddess, Donnalyn Bartolome, her latest Youtube video is all about a 3 AM challenge which she did inside a cemetery. But, it was not just another usual 3 AM challenge because she invited paranormal expert, Ed Calauag as her special guest.
At the start of the vid the two, along with Donna’s team walked through the cemetery. A few moments later, they did the Ouija board in an effort to talk with one of the spirits inside the cemetery. The said spirit was supposedly named “Jov” but it did not give further details as to its identity or what it needs.
Then, the group started moving again on their way out of the cemetery while Donna still kept talking to Ed and even throwing jokes at him at the same time complaining of having a headache.
But, later on, Donna started holding on to her mouth as if suppressing a vomit. A few moments later, she started vomiting blood as she cried for people to stay away from her.
Everyone started panicking as Ed instructed them to stay calm and carry Donna out of the cemetery. The staff was quick on their feet as they carried her out and into their van waiting just outside the location. At this time, Ed remained silent.
Then, Donna, who was already in the van was laughing at the prank she has done and shortly decided to go back to the cemetery to reveal the truth.
She went out of the van and revealed that it was all just a prank and that everyone on the team should not worry about anything because it was just fake blood that she vomited.
To this, Ed replied that he did not feel nervous at all as he knows the difference between someone who is truly possessed and one who is just pretending to be suffering from it.
But, some of Donna’s stop cannot help but admit that they all felt nervous about what was happening to Donna.
In the end, Donna was just glad that they survived the 3 AM challenge and she thanked all her staff for being with her as they were doing the “pagpag” before going back to their homes.