Real-Life Baby Terrifies Outlast 2 Player And Becomes Most-Watched Twitch Clip Of All Time

JurassicJunkie is jumpscared by his daughter while he's streaming Outlast 2.

Within a few days, footage of streamer JurassicJunkieLive screaming in terror as his toddler daughter, Jessica, pops up behind him has become the most viewed clip on Twitch of all time.

Jurassic was playing Outlast 2 when the now-famous moment was recorded. He had just finished the part of the game where Marta, the lady who dismembers people with her pickaxe, murders the person that hides the protagonist, Blake Langermann, beneath his house.

20 seconds into the clip, you can hear the soft babbling of his 2 year old daughter, who had just entered the office to give him a can of Jack Daniels that his partner bought for him. Because he was wearing headphones, he didn't hear her enter the room.

The hilarious clip has gotten over 1.5 million views on the popular streaming site, causing the streamer's follower count to climb from 100 to over 3,000.

JurassicJunkieLive wrote on Reddit that he doesn't play many scary games, but after learning how much his followers love his reactions, he started to do "Frightday" Fridays, where he plays scary games.

"Are you OK?" Jurassic laughs as he pulls his daughter in for an apologetic hug.

If you check out the original stream, you can see what unfolds after the viral clip. Laughing, Jurassic lifted his daughter into his arms and planted a kiss on her forehead.

"Please tell me someone's clipped that," he said to his followers. He kissed his daughter again. "I can't believe you didn't scream back."

Jessica truly seemed unphased by the whole ordeal, and played with the microphone while she sat in her father's lap. Unfortunately, the adorable little girl couldn't join her father's stream, as she had to go to bed.

Jessica says, "Pumpkin!" to her dad's followers as she plays with the microphone.

Jurassic said on Reddit that he reacted to several jumpscares while he was playing Outlast 2, but the one with his daughter was "perfect."

While Twitch couldn't share the second and third-most watched clips of all time, a spokesperson for the livestreaming service noted that in this particular month, other top clips included a young woman smacking into a street pole face-first with almost 650,000 views, and of a last minute victory during a Counter Strike: Global Offensive competition with over 480,000 views.


Comments

    Hilarious. But getting a child to deliver alcohol is not a great start to life. This is why society is screwed.

      Eh? My mum used to give me the job to go get my dad a can of beer from the fridge while setting the table for dinner, it seems like a pretty normal thing. It's not like the kid is drinking it, just delivering her dad a drink. She doesn't know or care that it's alcohol.

      To expand on @zombiejesus response, and at the risk of completely missing any intended sarcasm in your post, there's really nothing wrong with a kid learning that daddy has an occasional drink in the evening to relax.

      A healthy attitude towards alcohol is developed by learning that it should be respected and enjoyed in limited quantities at appropriate times. Preventing a kid from ever seeing or touching a can of JD doesn't do that.

        What you argue might sound intuitive but is completely unsupported by the vast majority of scientific literature on the topic.

        In fact, there is a very clear relationship between parents normalising alcohol consumption in front of their children and those children being more susceptible to alcohol abuse in later life.

        Put simply, the psychological impact of regular parental drinking in front of children vastly outweighs any occasional 'lessons' a parent might think they are 'teaching' their child about moderation or responsible drinking.

        Children learn by observing and modelling parental behaviour, they don't learn from the occasional lecture you might give them about alcohol or from how you rationalise your own behaviour to yourself.

        I'll just leave this here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiXvAo6o0HY

          Thanks. You understood my point. I appreciate you going to the length you did to explain. I am not entering into this discussion any further as there is no changing my stance on this.

            That seems awfully rigid, not being open to changing your stance. It's the fundamental nature of science to always be open to correction, rigid inflexibility is broadly considered anti-scientific and hinders advancement. Is that really the position you're declaring or have I misunderstood what you meant?

            I gave up drinking for good after an incident with a bottle of vodka and a sleeping tablet. Wasnt an attempt at anything, but I didnt care enough to make a healthy decision. Anecdotally, I grew up watching my parents split a bottle of wine 6 nights out of 7.

            Since giving it up Im amazed at how pervasive alcohol is in our culture. It. Is. Everywhere. And I didnt notice it until I stopped. I dont judge anyone who wants to have a drink, it is an accepted social activity and Ive certainly found it harder to socialise since giving it up, its reputation as a social lubricant is well deserved. I clearly dont mix well with it.

            All the evidence shows that the longer young adults put off that first drink the better off they are.

          Thank you. I was just gonna say the same thing but you beat me to it (and probably said it better). I've read the studies too and i think some people may be taking it too lightly when normalising alcohol in front of their kids, which in turn increases the possibility of accessing drinking when they grow up

          I think you may have misunderstood the message in that advertising campaign and the scientific literature. There is a causal relationship between irresponsible parental alcohol use and alcohol problems in children in later life, not to alcohol use in general. If you have a study that says otherwise I'd love to give it a read. The studies I've read specifically advance frameworks for demonstrating responsible drinking, rather than abstinence.

          As with everything else in life, parents teach responsible attitudes towards alcohol not by abstaining and pretending it doesn't exist, but by informing their children what it is and leading by example of how to partake healthily and responsibly.

          Last edited 27/07/17 1:44 pm

        "Preventing a kid from ever seeing or touching a can of JD doesn't do that."
        Hmm...methinks plenty of Muslims would disagree.

    Another screamy-yelly youtube/streamer act...

    ...I'm so excited to see what the next big thing will be

    So excite

    So a funny video appears and all people can do is bitch about a kid handing their dad a beer? Wow I'll tell you why society is screwed: because everyone is so uptight, PC and unable to mind their own damn business.

    These "studies" are nothing more than propaganda pieces, funded by a govt with an agenda.

    Bloody Australians. Completely pretentious and up their own ass.

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