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Title: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Dr. Crane on October 28, 2010, 03:32:05 pm
This might just be a stab in the dark, and I doubt most of you have heard of him, but...

Let me educate you.

The Slender Man is actually not a creation of Victor Surge's own (but he did create quite a few of the photos). He simply posted about "The Slender Man" on a thread titled "Create Paranormal Images" on Something Awful forums.
The Slender Man originates from old Germany.

Quote from: Wikipedia
He is described as wearing a black suit strikingly similar to the visage of the notorious Men In Black, and as the name suggests, appears very thin and able to stretch his limbs and torso to inhuman lengths in order to induce fear and ensnare his prey. Once his arms are outstretched, his victims are put into something of a hypnotized state, where they are utterly helpless to stop themselves from walking into them. He is also able to create tendrils from his fingers and back that he uses to walk on in a similar fashion to Doc Ock, the Spider-Man villain in the Marvel Universe. The superhuman stretching ability could also be seen as a similarity between himself and Mr. Fantastic of the Fantastic Four. Whether he absorbs, kills, or merely takes his victims to an undisclosed location or dimension is also unknown as there are never any bodies or evidence left behind in his wake to deduce a definite conclusion.
Not much is known, as no specific information is given within the thread about origins, but his objective and habitat are made very clear. He has the need to kidnap children, and is seen right before the disappearance of a child or multiple children. He seems to prefer fog enshrouded streets and wooded areas as a way to conceal himself from being noticed. It should also be noted that children have been able to see him when no other adults in the vicinity could. Children also have dreams or nightmares concerning The Slender Man before their disappearance. Confiding these stories to their parents are met with the usual parental admonition: overactive imaginations.
Even though The Slender Man is a total fabrication, people have already claimed sightings. He appears to the unwitting mostly at night, and most always peering out of wooded areas or near rivers. He has also been reported to peek inside left open windows and to walk out in front of lone motorists on long uninhabited roads. The Slender Man or men, have appeared everywhere from Japan, Norway, and America to name a growing few.
Thank you, Wiki.

Photos;
(http://i257.photobucket.com/albums/hh210/Lysander_Photo/slender-man1.jpg)

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v323/vehura/Slender Man/SlenderMan01.jpg)

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v323/vehura/Slender Man/SlenderMan05.jpg)

(http://i882.photobucket.com/albums/ac26/Kyaru/slendermanwindow.jpg)

I would simply like to point out that-- of course --The Slender Man is a complete fabrication, as stated earlier.
Yes, I'm sure most of you don't understand what's so scary about him. Watch Marble Hornets and EverymanHYBRID. Then try and tell me that you're not scared.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: The Tech Teen on October 28, 2010, 06:33:47 pm
i dont get it?


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Dr. Crane on October 28, 2010, 06:40:47 pm
i dont get it?

Not surprising.

Quote from: Myself
This might just be a stab in the dark, and I doubt most of you have heard of him, but...

Consider him an "urban legend" that has been circulating for years. He recently gained popularity through Marble Hornets, a frightening YouTube series.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: CTRL ALT Dead on October 28, 2010, 06:45:24 pm
 It's hard to find him. I never heard of him, as you said, but I'm starting to see
why some people say they need to change their pants. Mr. Slenderman be stalkin'.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Dr. Crane on October 28, 2010, 06:49:32 pm
It's hard to find him. I never heard of him, as you said, but I'm starting to see
why some people say they need to change their pants. Mr. Slenderman be stalkin'.

Wiki and KnowYourMeme have everything you need to know, and links and such.
I sleep with the light on. xD; I live in a somewhat-wooded, small town. I live minutes away from a forest, so you can imagine...

The thing that scares people the most is that no one is sure whether the legend is true or not.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: CTRL ALT Dead on October 28, 2010, 06:57:44 pm
It's hard to find him. I never heard of him, as you said, but I'm starting to see
why some people say they need to change their pants. Mr. Slenderman be stalkin'.

Wiki and KnowYourMeme have everything you need to know, and links and such.
I sleep with the light on. xD; I live in a somewhat-wooded, small town. I live minutes away from a forest, so you can imagine...

The thing that scares people the most is that no one is sure whether the legend is true or not.




 So Slendy goes from forest to forest, eh?
You can borrow my lightsaber, that is if you think you can handle it.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Dr. Crane on October 28, 2010, 07:04:28 pm
It's hard to find him. I never heard of him, as you said, but I'm starting to see
why some people say they need to change their pants. Mr. Slenderman be stalkin'.

Wiki and KnowYourMeme have everything you need to know, and links and such.
I sleep with the light on. xD; I live in a somewhat-wooded, small town. I live minutes away from a forest, so you can imagine...

The thing that scares people the most is that no one is sure whether the legend is true or not.




 So Slendy goes from forest to forest, eh?
You can borrow my lightsaber, that is if you think you can handle it.

He has no pattern of attacking/kidnapping.
I have a .22 and a knife. I think I'll be okay. :3

(http://i882.photobucket.com/albums/ac26/Kyaru/mms_picture19.jpg)
Tick
Tock
Your clock
Has run out
(Yes, this is related. I assure you.)


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: CTRL ALT Dead on October 28, 2010, 07:23:09 pm
Quote
He has no pattern of attacking/kidnapping.
I have a .22 and a knife. I think I'll be okay. :3

(http://i882.photobucket.com/albums/ac26/Kyaru/mms_picture19.jpg)
Tick
Tock
Your clock
Has run out
(Yes, this is related. I assure you.)[/size]
[/quote]


                                     - Scaregasm -

 Was Freddy Krugger writing this with an extra-small pencil that caused his
nails to scratch the paper?


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Dr. Crane on October 28, 2010, 07:37:34 pm
                                    - Scaregasm -

 Was Freddy Krugger writing this with an extra-small pencil that caused his
nails to scratch the paper?

Freddy Krueger was using an 0.7 mechanical pencil.
Same one he was using while he made this one;
(http://i882.photobucket.com/albums/ac26/Kyaru/mms_picture20.jpg)

The oval with the X in it is sort of... His symbol.
Dead animals and disappearing children are his calling card.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Nightmare on October 28, 2010, 09:27:41 pm
ILU FOR POSTING THIS


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Dr. Crane on October 28, 2010, 10:08:44 pm
ILU FOR POSTING THIS

ILU FOR LOVING ME <3
You're welcome.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Makastar on November 23, 2010, 02:03:15 pm
Lolz I just realized u posted this xD SLENDERMAN IS BEAST~! Shun the nonbeliever~SHUN!!!!!

ILU 2 Baki!!!! It's tru :P <3 in a no-(Censored) way of course xD


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Dr. Crane on November 30, 2010, 03:14:00 pm
Lolz I just realized u posted this xD SLENDERMAN IS BEAST~! Shun the nonbeliever~SHUN!!!!!

ILU 2 Baki!!!! It's tru :P <3 in a no-(Censored) way of course xD


I can't imagine why no one would believe in him.
I've seen him four times, to this day.
-shudder-

Oh, ILU more.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Makastar on November 30, 2010, 03:18:41 pm
We've actually done a few "slenderman" pictures for our class, me and a couple others. I'll post them up if I can get permission from the others. I am sure you would appreciate them :3

I must say that Marble Hornets is one of the best projects I've seen in relations to horror mainly because it excelled in tugging at your heart and making you jump. They knew how to get into your mind and make you actually question reality. I LOVE THAT! I was certainly shocked back when I watched the videos because they actually scared me, and if you know me you know that I do not get scared by horror films or anything of that nature. I'd be the one running into a "haunted house" cheering and running around demanding things to come out :3


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Nightmare on November 30, 2010, 08:00:00 pm
I'm still trying to get a Slender Man costume made.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Makastar on December 20, 2010, 08:59:34 am
Lol more slenderman photos! Also I'll post the links of Marble Hornets, EverymanHybrid and

http://www.youtube.com/user/MarbleHornets

http://www.youtube.com/user/EverymanHYBRID

http://www.youtube.com/profile?annotation_id=annotation_805126&user=TribeTwelve&feature=iv

(http://knowyourmeme.com/i/27129/original/1250877987444.jpg?1258506065)

(http://cdn3.knowyourmeme.com/i/33207/original/76039bfcf6b1bf1a67b6c81.jpg?1262501615)


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: TurboBullet on December 20, 2010, 01:05:42 pm
Disturbingly awesome. :3

I like it.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: LastRequiem on December 21, 2010, 12:55:10 pm
Eh... It seems like he appears anywhere, judging from the pictures that has been posted. Honestly, it's interesting but disturbing at the same time. What creeps me the most is that he can appear/float by your window... I has huge windows o.o'....


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Dr. Crane on December 23, 2010, 09:43:06 pm
Guys, I've got something interesting.
Pardon me whilst I quote my dA journal.

"I haven't posted a journal entry in a while.

I guess I should post an 'update.'

...
My life has been rather quiet, except for this morn. I swore I saw a figure clad in black standing behind an overgrown fence... Ivy had consumed it.
The figure, though... Something from its back shone in the sun, like plastic. It descended upon something... I don't know what it was, but it almost seemed like someone was RUNNING from it.
I really need to start a blog for unnatural events like this, but I don't know where I could make one.
Long story short; I'm fricking terrified.

Also:
In a video me and my friend made at the park; there's a tall, faceless figure lurking in the background. At one point; she is directly next to it. To top it all off; there is audio and video distortion.

While I'm writing this; I'm trembling uncontrollably.
I need answers.
"


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Makastar on January 02, 2011, 03:37:22 pm
Interesting indeed O_O I swear on my way home yesterday I came across a tall figure lurking around in the forest area we had passed alongside the road...I bit my lip and shrugged it off though, since I know I've been keeping up with a lot of slenderman stories so that might have been it...

But still...you never know...


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: TurboBullet on January 02, 2011, 04:15:39 pm
Interesting indeed O_O I swear on my way home yesterday I came across a tall figure lurking around in the forest area we had passed alongside the road...I bit my lip and shrugged it off though, since I know I've been keeping up with a lot of slenderman stories so that might have been it...

But still...you never know...

xD


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Astro on June 27, 2011, 07:54:15 am
I showed my friends a documentary a couple of days ago and the just freaked out. It was sooo funny.


Title: Re: The Slender Man (warning; not for the faint of heart)
Post by: Mtnboy97 on July 08, 2011, 03:02:34 pm
O-o i watched the documentary and got creeped out O_o rofl