Did anyone actually believe that The Blair Witch Project was real during its marketing campaign?

I was too young to remember, but the film is praised as 'inventing modern movie marketing'. Did people truly think it was real at the time? It had such an interesting marketing campaign even down to the actors using their real names in the film. IMDB was quite a new website at the time and the actors were listed as missing, I think? But did it really have anyone fooled at the time? There was nothing really like it before, so it wouldn’t surprise me.

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Trump Supporters Terrorize A Black Lives Matters Supporters And Destroy Their Merchandise Table

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I’m finally done clearing out my depression nest of a garage after weeks of hard work. I donated 55 trash bags full of stuff and threw away 12 cubic feet of garbage. I can park my car in there for the first time in a year.

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Well this is a new one.....

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Wholesome IRL Rickrolling

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Saw a DeLoren today and later noticed a guy in an orange vest in the back

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Michael Myers hugging Michael Myers

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[OC] Data visualization of American wages and productivity over time

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Got up extra early just to make a special traditional breakfast for the parents. Instead of having a good time i got yelled at for using the expensive teabags, at which point they both got up and left.

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Ready for halloween

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