Traumafession:: Marina M. on a Headless Russian Music Video

It’s a song by the Russian band called “Agatha Christie” from the 1990s. First there’s nothing creepy neither in the video nor in lyrics (it’s about a sailor who gets womens’ attention and free drinks wherever he goes), but on 1:10 is that strange telephone call and a female voice saying “nobody loves you, your lover is dead”.

Then it’s 1:48 and that face. The woman then receives a message which suggests that her loved was actually killed.

2:28 – “Please stop. I know him. I gave him these boots… But where’s the head?” – “Do you really want to know?”

As far as I know, the video was banned on some Russian tv channels because of its “negative impact on the viewers”, but I saw it frequently on music channels and it scared me shitless every time. Somehow I couldn’t switch it, maybe trying to convince myself that it wasn’t that horrible – still, I always got the impression that a headless body wasn’t the most creepy part of it. There’s also a 2004 sequel. It doesn’t really explain the events shown in the first video, but at least the HEAD is shown.

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Marina M.
Marina M.
7 years ago

Thanks for posting my traumafession!
Here are some other links to the sequel:
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2vmw7_agata-kristi-triller_music
http://youtu.be/AZSHUNg4OTI

In case if they don’t work, I’ll describe it in a few words. Well…) The second video makes it clear that the girl has killed that creepy sailor and buried his head somewhere in the wood. Together with the guy who showed her the headless body, they drive there and unearth the head. And okay, it’s alive and it sings the part of the song. They hit it with the shovel and escape. The end!

Apocalypsejunkie
Apocalypsejunkie
7 years ago

I knew the Russians don’t play, but dayum! Decapitation has got to be one of the most horrifying ways to kick it, ugh.

tomkhagai
tomkhagai
7 years ago

That was really disconcerting. It looks like would have been featured by Mike Myers as Dieter on the old “Sprokets” show.

Still liked it though, Thanks,
Tom