Casey Anthony is speaking out for the first time since she was acquitted in July of murdering her daughter.
In a four-minute YouTube video recorded in October that surfaced this week, a blonde, bobbed Anthony looks nervous but animated as she speaks to the camera.
"It's just a little surreal how much things have changed since July and how many things haven't changed," she said.
Anthony said she'll remain in her hiding spot "at least until the end of February." The video gave few clues to where she may be hiding.
She also hinted that there may be more video diaries to come.
"This is the first of many, and I'm looking forward to this," she said. "It's a little scary, because I hate being on camera. But I need to conquer that fear at some point and this is a good start."
Anthony doesn't mention her daughter Caylee, who was reported missing in July 2008 and discovered dead five months later. She also doesn't mention her time in jail or the dramatic six-week murder trial that ended with her acquittal last year.
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