A Slender Man movie is on the way, and reception is pretty lukewarm, to say the least. Hey, let’s check out the synopsis:
Two 12-year-old girls are facing charges after brutally stabbing a friend in a small wooded area in southeastern Wisconsin. Their alleged motive? The attempted murder was meant to be an offering to the Slender Man.
This bizarre and fascinating tale comes to us, once again, courtesy Reddit’s No Sleep district, in a post by Redditor Jivegantor titled “My Uncle’s Attic.”
How do urban legends begin? Are they just stories? Or do they arrive through some sliver of truth, like escaped serial killers or accidental hangings? Sometimes, only sometimes, they simply appear.
Let me tell you a story about Herobrine. If you’ve never played Minecraft, it’s a game of relatively endless possibilities. What began as nothing more than virtual LEGOs has evolved into one of the best sandboxes ever created, selling over 4.5 million copies. You can build, fight, excavate, explore. You’re limited only by your imagination, …