Have you ever sat in your living room at night, and briefly thought that someone may be watching you through the window? Well, you were probably right.
This delightfully creepy bastard is described as being extraordinarily tall and thin (slender), pale without a face and wearing a type of business suit and tie. He enjoys peeking out of trees and woods, into open windows, and walking calmly on the beach…no more like across deserted roads when lone drivers decided to head that way.
Some say that he stretches his body to hypnotize and trap his victims. They also get carried away saying that he devours them, kills them, or drags them to strange locations or different dimensions.
The Slender Man takes a fancy to children, which are usually the ones that see him and have nightmares about him. Oh yeah, and disappear because of him.
Johanne Goethe wrote a poem, seeming to take inspiration from a Slender Man..
“My son, wherefore seek’st thou thy face thus to hide?”
“Look, father, the Erl King is close by our side!
Dost see not the Erl King, with crown and with train?”
“My son, ’tis the mist rising over the plain.”
I’ve read cases of photographers and children coming up missing during supposed sightings. They may or may not hold truth. But either way, hopefully you’ll think of Slender Man as much as he thinks of you when you’re sitting home alone or on a lonely drive down a deserted road
Look Close, he’s the tall guy.