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Video: ‘Pokemon Go in Real Life’ in Clarendon

Remember that weird costumed Pokemon thing taking place near the Clarendon Metro station Tuesday afternoon?

Well, they were filming a YouTube video and one of the creators, Cabot Phillips, tweeted the finished product to us last night. This morning he explained some of the story behind the video.

The video, above, is entitled “Pokemon Go in Real Life Prank.”

You might have seen the work of the Phillips siblings before. Earlier this year they scored a national viral hit with a video in which they convince their sister, who just had wisdom teeth surgery, that they were in the midst of a zombie apocalypse.

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