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WATCH: Daughter's sweet reaction to giant 'sea goddess' at Highland event melts hearts and goes viral


By Louise Glen

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Storm the Giant visits Nairn 12 September 2021: Storm the giant and her team of puppeteers.Picture: James Mackenzie.
Storm the Giant visits Nairn 12 September 2021: Storm the giant and her team of puppeteers.Picture: James Mackenzie.

A YOUNG girl's response to a giant moving sculpture in Nairn has gone viral.

Posted on social media site Tik Tok,by a mum whose user name is Dawn Dawn Peril it has been viewed more than 52,000 times.

Dawn's daughter can be heard to gasp in amazement, before saying "is she doing that by herself?"

She goes onto ask: "Is she going to walk, like humans?

As STORM, a 10-metre tall 'sea goddess' starts to rise from the ground, and looks a little bit frightening, she said: "She wasn't this tall when I came."

Dawn said: "Just following up on your article on the sea goddess Storm that was in Nairn yesterday .

"I took a video of it and posted it to Tiktok, it's gone viral,

" I think it was my daughters commentary in the background of the short video. Pure innocence!"

READ: Giant sea goddess draws attention at Nairn Book and Arts Festival


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