Anissa Weier, one of two teenage girls charged with the 2014 stabbing of a classmate, Payton Leutner, on behalf of the “Slenderman,” a mythological monster created on an internet forum, has pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree homicide as a party to a crime, with use of a deadly weapon. The Associated Press …
On July 29, 2011, a YouTube channel named “Tulpa Effect” uploaded a vlog where a woman named Marissa explained that her boyfriend, Roger, had acquired a new obsession: Slender Man.
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Slender: The Arrival launches on PlayStation 4 today, and while the Slender Man phenomenon has died down in the last few years, he's still super creepy. Did you know he was invented on a message board?
Eric Knudsen, the creator of fictional horror character Slender Man, has issued a public statement in response to the tragic stabbing in Wisconsin that left a 12 year-old girl fighting for her life.
The tragic events in Waukesha, in which two young girls are accused of stabbing a friend, have brought internet myth Slender Man into the mainstream spotlight. So much so that the Creepypasta wiki, unofficial home to stories involving the character (and others like him), has had to issue a statement confirming that he…
Two 12-year-old girls from Waukesha, Wisconsin are facing attempted murder charges following a brutal attack on one of their classmates. An attack they say was inspired by their devotion to internet horror myth Slender Man.
Hiding, watching, and immune, Slender Man lurks in the seemingly cheerful Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare. The second video below shows how to find him and also highlights the Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker Easter Eggs in the game:
But that doesn't mean it's not scary!
Video game costumes can be tough, sometimes.
Slender Tales: It's almost Halloween, so what better time to look at the history of Slenderman and how it's practically become internet folklore? Some great insight by PBS Idea Channel on one of gaming's more spooky figures here for sure.
Yeah, yeah, the whole Harlem Shake thing is out of hand. And this video is kind of one meme colliding with another meme, to create a memesplosion. Still, I got a chuckle out of ol' Slendy's take things.
I know, you're likely sick of Minecraft by now, and probably of Slender as well, but this combination of the two might light a fire under you.
Ever since the breakout success of the stripped-down horror game Slender: The Eight Pages, we've been seeing Slenderman-related stuff cropping up in every corner of the internet. So I wasn't that surprised to fire up the app store today only to see a game called "Slenderman" in the #2 spot of the top 10 paid apps.
While a sequel to the Internet-famous Slender: The Eight Pages makes its way over to us, we have another Slenderman game on the way.
By now, most folks know about Slender: The Eight Pages. The crude yet terrifying indie game has become something of an internet sensation over the last couple of months, scaring the pants off of countless thousands around the world.
To spice things up, the Gamemakers in this version of The Hunger Games introduce the tall, creepy Slenderman to a fight for survival amongst young kids.