VIDEO captures man being dragged and killed underwater by huge crocodile (watch)

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While attempting to look for the body of a man who was attacked the day before, a man, claiming to be a shaman with supernatural control over crocodiles, was dragged underwater by a crocodile himself.

The event took place in Indonesia, and it was all captured on camera.

The shaman apparently went into the crocodile-infested waters in Kutai Kartanegara. It was reported that the man who was killed the day before had been bathing in the water.

The shaman told onlookers that his supernatural powers would protect him in the crocodile-infested lake.

Onlookers, unfortunately, witnessed the grizzly attack. The shaman, aka Pawang Buaya, swam into the Muara Jawa in Kalimantan, Indonesia, and began to chant. Tragically, a crocodile attacked him while he was in the water. Police reported witnesses saw him getting dragged below the surface while he was swimming and chanting mantras.

“I think he was dragged by a croc under the water and then ran out of oxygen,” said one onlooker. “From the pictures I’ve seen, his body is still intact, his arms and legs are still there.”

The corpse of the man for whom the shaman went looking was also discovered intact.

The gruesome incidents follow another attack in Kalimantan this summer, and one was the second incident involving a shaman. That incident was the region’s third reptile attack since July and the fourth attack this year.

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