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Slender Man Documentary Part 1 of 5

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Published on Jul 29, 2011

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Harry Chippers
Wait what? Is this Big Giant Swords MichaelCthulu without a beard and long hair?! O.o
Chris Cooke
+Harry Chippers I know this is a really late reply but I'm pretty sure its not 7:09 says the guys name I googled it and its some filmmaker so my guess would be no although your comment did make me check
zyrconflex
+Harry Chippers its hirs brother
Coaster
Slenderman was made for a photo shop contest in 2010, or sometime around then. 
Some Guy
It is my honest opinion that the Slenderman is a creature not unlike Satan or the Boogieman. It is a being created by peoples' belief in it.
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Darkenfell Stormfire
Or one of the numerous Gods people believe in for some bizarre reason.
Inquisitor184
I agree. There has actually been a real life experiment on it. Can't remember what it was called but it was a group of young scientists. I think in the 70s. Not sure on that though. Super interesting and I know how that sounds but it is documented :)
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Mason R.
8.2/10 on that acting
Fionn Fitzpatrick
6:36: Hold on! Why is a photograph from 2003 in black and white? 
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Nathy Belle
If there was fog it shows black and white (I don't know why) it already happened to me a lot of time since where I live there's a lot of fog all the time
vRaidZ
Yeah true
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NewShockerGuy
Dude the beard and long hair gone... OMG!Looks like a completely different person... almost a man baby in a way.  More reasons why I won't shave my beard.
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Billy Cameron
hahahha I didn't even know until I saw the your comment
dylanknowhow
not him
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Oculi Corvus
I think it's hilarious how some people just don't understand what the idea behind Slenderman is. Yes, of course he's fake. Yes, of course he was made up for a contest. But that isn't what makes him fictional. The idea behind Slenderman is that he started off as a fictional entity, but after the lore began to grow with people claiming that he's real and that he's always been around, the concept of "Slenderman" manifested through the irrational but legitimate and sincere fear of the actual believers and turned into something real and tangible; i.e. he was conceived by fear, and became a real entity capable of everything that the lore claimed (and, as some believe, even more). This, of course, is not actually true, as fear cannot manifest into a physical form; fear is only a concept. THAT'S what makes Slenderman fictional. But for those of you who keep saying that he was made in a contest so he must be fake, realize something: it doesn't matter to the very few believers that are actually out there, because they believe that their fear is what took the imaginary concept and turned it into a true, tangible, and living thing.
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Blade The Bear
Oculi Corvus Somebody who isn't some Crazy Conspiracy theorists around here
Diskhate
+Oculi Corvus Even though i never cared for slenderman as a videogame/character/myth i allways found facinating what you just talked about; he/it really is a modernday vampire/werewolf, and managed to transcend his roots of being a creepypasta to become a legend people really believes in, mirroring their own fears into his image; to the point that, as in the past with witches,ghosts ecc, there have been even acts of violence in it's worship (for example the true story of the two 12 year old girls who stabbed a friend in a bathroom something like 50 times and leaved her to die[fortunately she somehow managed to survive by the skin of her teeth, since she had been practically been cut open]) of course in an age like ours, where internet spreads words and managing to find something to believe in is only a temporary relief this legend will die soon (it allready has mostly) but it still is an incredibly fascinating and "artistic" evidence of how our minds and society works
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Jessica Diebold
Two 12 year old girls in my state claim that Slender Man was communicating with them via the Internet and convinced them to kill their best friend. The girls tried following through with it and are now locked up. The friend survived the stabbing they did, thank god. You can't tell me that's not creepy asf
TRIPLESEVENSIX
Some sick fuck pretending to be him.
craigmancool
ive stuidied every know supernatural phonenoena. names changes, circummstance doesn't. what you have here is a dimensional rift, the WHOLE PLANET is dimensionally rifted due to it's nature. this causes reflections to appear from not only historical signifiganc to THIS DIMENSION, but other balancing realities as well. for example, your slender man is probably a reflection of a conciusness which exists only PARTIALLY in this realm, but enough to cause a bubble of it's existence to appear. whats funny is that though you see it over 100's of years, thissituation from the 'entities' point of view may have only taken 20minutes or so. don't be so scared, it's only antimatter. 
Roberto Murillo
Is that you micheal? OK... This is what you have to do, grab your big sword and hunt this motherfucker slenderman and stab him in the ass like 19 time so he could not be summoned again, period. Slenderman dies for ever XD
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Roberto Murillo
Yep =)
That Guy
+Robe Espada Ah yes. That one...We shall see who the better man is if I ever find that illusive bastard.
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