Well, I had my doubts about WhatLinksHere tool being faulty, so I went ahead and checked out yourblogs. It turns out that they're both utilizing different videos (that each "-0" suffix in the file name) than the ones in question. I'm going to re-tag the duplicates for deletion again, though I'm not sure why you even felt the need to upload duplicates in the first place.
I can understand putting redirects into a category specifically for redirects (easy for organizing and finding pointless redirects), but why do you need to add redirects to other categories as well, like Category:Talk pages. The talk page they're redirecting to is already in the category, so it only clutters the category.
Clutter is generally the reason why redirects aren't categorized in the first place. Keeping redirects sorted inside categories make said categories bloated with useless filler.
I get what you mean and didn't initially plan on categorizing them under Category:Talk pages. Unfortunately, though, in addition to displaying regular talk pages, the list of talk pages also shows redirects in the "talk" namespace. Since the (redirect) text is unselectable, it was impossible for me to use a text tool to remove all the redirects from the list, so I had to categorize the redirects as well. I will be removing them later.
While I do believe it is an unnecessary category, I wouldn't recommend deleting it. There are 115 articles in that category, so the category would have to be removed from all of those pages. On the P&F Wiki, there were only a few pages had that category, so deleting it was much easier.
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