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Creepy YouTube Viral Video Might Be Linked To Real-Life Missing Teen Investigation!

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UPDATE 12:40 PM EST: As of Wednesday afternoon, Antigo Police have officially cleared the viral video of any wrongdoing or relation to the crime. See their full statement:

This might make you think twice before sharing any creepy viral videos this Halloween.

A video which has been seen on YouTube since 2009, has been taken down as investigators attempt to link it to a missing teen.

Related: Mother Reveals Horrific New Details In 10-Year-Old Daughter's Rape And Murder

On August 11 2009, 15-year-old Kayla Berg (seen above, in her National Center For Missing & Exploited Children photo) went missing after being dropped off at her boyfriend's house in Wausau, Wisconsin.

Just two months later, "Hi Walter! I got a new gf today!" went online.

In the one-minute video, a man referring to himself as Patrick addresses the camera, talking about his new girlfriend he met at the mall and how her brought her back home. He then says:

"I know she hates cameras, Walter, but I'm gonna show you her anyway. You ready?"

At which point he opens a door to reveal what appears to be a girl tied up in a dirty bathroom. The girl screams, "Why are you doing this?!" before the man slams the door behind him.

The video has been debated on forums for years, with people discussing whether it's real or a sick joke. It's possible that was the point of posting the video in the first place.

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But after amateur Internet sleuths connected the video to Kayla's case — based on time of disappearance and rough description — the pros have taken over.

Now Antigo police are looking for the man who posted the video seven years ago, as they attempt to determine if it was real or a joke — and if it was Kayla.

Our hearts go out to the missing teen's mother, Hope Sprenger, who discussed the new theory with local reporters HERE.

What do YOU think, Perezcious readers??

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