I saw this on Facebook the other day and went to the original poster's page to find out where he lived. I also found that he had also posted the video (and a couple of others) on YouTube. It turns out these are Alabama wild turkeys. I think you know why I couldn't pass up the chance to share it here on Bowsite . . . ;-)
Those turkeys MUST be from anywhere besides Alabama! I've heard even the farm raised birds there are like ghosts. They have to tag em at birth with military grade gps chips to have even the slightest chance at ever finding them for harvest. ;)
I have walked up to within feet of them myself. I have one on video where I walked to within ten steps of a huge gobbler. He looked at me as if he did not won't to leave but then flew off. I was about that close to a half dozen jakes once and they just walk alone beside me for a ways and then walked off. I think jakes are extremely dumb sometimes. "YES" all in Alabama. I have also blinked my eyes to have a hen or gobbler bust me and bug out. Who knows????
Just remembered a story about catching wild turkeys my grandfather used to tell. There was an old man who stood about 6'6" and was nigh on to as broad, (pretty good ginseng hunter but that's another story). Anyway, he was telling my grandfather one day about a pair of turkeys that ran across the road in front of him and tried to go through a woven wire fence. They kept trying to push through the fence as turkeys will do and wouldn't back up. Earl jumped out of his truck and ran up there and grabbed a turkey in each hand by one leg. My grandfather said "I'll bet you turned one of them loose didn't you?" Earl declared, "I turned BOTH of them loose!"
Those have to be pets. I raised two jakes and a hen last year that were wild Rios. I could get within a foot but if I made a quick move to pick them up they were gone, not to mention what they would have done. This guy you can tell had done this because he knows how to catch and hold a bird. When mine were small I would hold them nearly every day and they never got that gentle. Spring came this year and they all left.