I don't know why this is so unsettling. The eerie music and the fact that the drone is taking footage from abandoned places doesn't help, but it's also mostly because the world is literally flipped upside down and my normally aligned brain can't begin to process that without melting a little bit.
Trippy Drone Video Wrecks Brains By Flipping The World Upside Down
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