I don't buy in to many superstitions or "signs". Sure, I won't walk under a ladder if I see it, I avoid the base lines when I'm about to run on to the beer league softball diamond, I have to have the same number of deodorant swipes under each arm every morning, I don't wear condoms, etc. You know, normal people stuff. But listen to me, lady. If you think for a second that this isn't a sign and that your house isn't fostering the most evil demon that's ever escaped from hell and is prone to devour humanity with a black bird army that would terrify Hitchcock himself, then you're just fooling yourself.
Oh and she knows it, too. She's absolutely terrified and she knows she's not alone in that house. Look at this moment right here, the look on her face when she is saying that the birds will eventually go away (1:18 mark in the video to watch it again):
What are you looking at, lady? What did you just see? Maybe the demon in the corner telling you that they're never going anywhere and neither are you because you're in Carcosa now? Now smile at the nice reporter lady and make her leave so we can get back to making flowers and plotting against humanity.
Be more perceptive, CNN reporter. If this woman becomes the mistress of the dark force that ends humanity, then this is all falling square on you. Too busy thinking of entertaining shots for the editing guys:
and ignoring the evil right in front of you. Be better, CNN, for the sake of us all.
P.S. This is legit the highest video resolution this is offered in. What the fuck CNN? Is this a stylistic choice to make it look like it's 1975 or are HD cameras out of the budget for one of the biggest news outlets in the world? Get it together.