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2013-10-20 05:42:57 PM
Yeah, 911 won't be able to do much about that.
 
2013-10-20 08:05:34 PM
Found you
 
2013-10-20 08:06:30 PM
Slender-man, Slender-man, 
Does whatever a slender can
 
2013-10-20 08:06:58 PM
images2.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-10-20 08:07:33 PM
Get Sam & Dean on the case...
 
2013-10-20 08:08:14 PM
Subject was hatless, repeat, hatless.
 
2013-10-20 08:08:45 PM
American slender, aka chubby, or the rest of the world slender, aka skin and bones?  I'm just curious.
 
2013-10-20 08:14:47 PM
cdn2.gamefront.com
 
2013-10-20 08:16:20 PM
cdn.meme.li
 
2013-10-20 08:17:32 PM
Oh the TV changed channels and the volume went up and down?  LOL... Sounds like someone was in the bushes playing with a universal remote.
 
2013-10-20 08:22:48 PM

vodka: Oh the TV changed channels and the volume went up and down?  LOL... Sounds like someone was in the bushes playing with a universal remote.


Bawhahaha.......That's exactly what I thought.

/probably one of his buddies.
 
2013-10-20 08:29:02 PM
img.fark.net
It's like a messed up version of Where's Wally.
 
2013-10-20 08:35:04 PM
"...a very thin male wearing a white hoodie standing in the bushes outside the residence that then walked away."

I'd be more concerned about the walking residence than the skinny guy with the universal remote.
 
2013-10-20 08:38:10 PM
Jeff Goldblum pulls some weird pranks in his off time, doesn't he? Not that that should surprise anyone.
 
2013-10-20 08:44:32 PM
otherworldmystery.com
 
2013-10-20 08:44:57 PM

MrHappyRotter: American slender, aka chubby, or the rest of the world slender, aka skin and bones?  I'm just curious.


Your mom slender.
 
2013-10-20 08:51:38 PM
img691.imageshack.us
 
2013-10-20 08:53:48 PM
Since this is the States, shouldn't it be "Morbidly Obese Man"?

Or is that why it's so terrifying... "He came out of the bushes... he had a normal BMI... That ain't right (sobs)... that ain't right!!"
 
2013-10-20 08:57:30 PM
I want to believe
 
2013-10-20 09:02:13 PM
I still don't get the supposed scariness of slenderman.
 
2013-10-20 09:03:25 PM
3.bp.blogspot.com

UNDENIABLE PROOF
 
2013-10-20 09:03:41 PM
images3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-10-20 09:06:09 PM
is this the annual fark scary story thread????
 
2013-10-20 09:07:23 PM
FTFA: "The resident reported being on the phone and computer and playing Xbox simultaneously..."

holy shiat, was this my son? i am constantly getting on to him for trying to do all the things at once.
 
2013-10-20 09:09:12 PM
Luckily it wasn't Candejack or he
 
2013-10-20 09:11:47 PM

Bathia_Mapes: [otherworldmystery.com image 500x366]


Well. Great. I didn't need to sleep tonight.
 
2013-10-20 09:15:56 PM

Confabulat: [images3.wikia.nocookie.net image 850x570]


I can't even tell what I'm supposed to be looking for in that picture.
 
2013-10-20 09:17:19 PM

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: I can't even tell what I'm supposed to be looking for in that picture.


And that's why you'll be the first to go...
 
2013-10-20 09:17:33 PM

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Confabulat: [images3.wikia.nocookie.net image 850x570]

I can't even tell what I'm supposed to be looking for in that picture.


That's just how Slender Man likes it.
 
2013-10-20 09:20:32 PM

Lance Uppercut: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: I can't even tell what I'm supposed to be looking for in that picture.

And that's why you'll be the first to go...


i.imgur.com
 
2013-10-20 09:22:31 PM
Came for Enderman and left disappointed
images.wikia.com
 
2013-10-20 09:40:00 PM
It's a Mason conspiracy! That stenographer lady was right!
 
2013-10-20 09:40:27 PM

Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Confabulat: [images3.wikia.nocookie.net image 850x570]

I can't even tell what I'm supposed to be looking for in that picture.


Check the windows.

bsharitt: I still don't get the supposed scariness of slenderman.


The Slender Man is the ultimate stalker. It attaches itself to you for no apparent or discernible reason - even for something as passing harmlessly through where it lurks - and it cannot be escaped, eluded, bargained with or even understood. The Slender Man is an omnipresent threat. Its silence and facelessness make it terrifying because there is nothing within it that we can identify, no discernible pattern to its movements or victims. It is an implacable, unkillable unknowable that defies all human efforts of understanding.

The Slender Man will get what it wants from you, and you are utterly helpless to stop it.
 
2013-10-20 09:43:47 PM
www.treadwells-london.com
 
2013-10-20 09:48:50 PM

ciberido: [www.treadwells-london.com image 640x904]


Nobody will ever mess with that girl.
 
2013-10-20 09:59:36 PM
This is sort of like a creepypasta writing prompt. Electronics going crazy is almost a requirement in those stories.
 
2013-10-20 10:03:00 PM

teenytinycornteeth: This is sort of like a creepypasta writing prompt. Electronics going crazy is almost a requirement in those stories.


Pretty much every incarnation of The Slender Man Mythos has electronics reacting to Slendy's presence, so you're definitely right there. Most common are "tears" in video footage to start off with (see Marble Hornets as an excellent example), along with other distortions of sound and picture.

On a practical standpoint, electronic interference would impede your target's ability to call for help on a mobile phone.
 
2013-10-20 10:14:27 PM

Bathia_Mapes: [otherworldmystery.com image 500x366]


Hardly anyone remembers the C-Mongler.

And that's sad.

(they're too busy squealing at someone's dubs)
 
2013-10-20 10:16:29 PM
In other news, it's very easy to abuse a radio transmitter to cause funky things to happen to devices that work on RF energy.  For a quick demo, take an ordinary 2m handheld ham radio.  Turn on a clock radio and position the ham radio's antenna right next to or under the clock radio and key up.  At the very least you'll get spooky noises.  If the radio has "digital controls", the tuner and volume will go up and down.
 
2013-10-20 10:17:21 PM
www.rockpapershotgun.com

/  An image search for XCOM thin man turns nsfw surprisingly quickly.
 
2013-10-20 10:18:33 PM
There's a lot of, what i'll call 'overlap' to be nice, between stories of Tall Greys going back decades, and the more recent Slenderman. Like most UFO and alien reports there is often some kind of electrical interference or shutting down of things.

This has me thinking people are soon going to be reporting abductions by the slenderman. And with people as dumb as they are, it will probably be taken more seriously than alien visitation. The Ghost Hunters will get to the bottom of it, i'm sure.
 
2013-10-20 10:29:40 PM

Shedim: Barry Lyndon's Annuity Cheque: Confabulat: [images3.wikia.nocookie.net image 850x570]

I can't even tell what I'm supposed to be looking for in that picture.

Check the windows.

bsharitt: I still don't get the supposed scariness of slenderman.

The Slender Man is the ultimate stalker. It attaches itself to you for no apparent or discernible reason - even for something as passing harmlessly through where it lurks - and it cannot be escaped, eluded, bargained with or even understood. The Slender Man is an omnipresent threat. Its silence and facelessness make it terrifying because there is nothing within it that we can identify, no discernible pattern to its movements or victims. It is an implacable, unkillable unknowable that defies all human efforts of understanding.

The Slender Man will get what it wants from you, and you are utterly helpless to stop it.


So we can't bargain, understand, or identify with it being tall, wearing a suit, and standing unobtrusively in the background of pictures? Slender man more like your socially awkward cousin at weddings than any sort of horror trope. I seriously don't get the popularity.
 
2013-10-20 10:32:59 PM

J. Frank Parnell: There's a lot of, what i'll call 'overlap' to be nice, between stories of Tall Greys going back decades, and the more recent Slenderman. Like most UFO and alien reports there is often some kind of electrical interference or shutting down of things.

This has me thinking people are soon going to be reporting abductions by the slenderman. And with people as dumb as they are, it will probably be taken more seriously than alien visitation. The Ghost Hunters will get to the bottom of it, i'm sure.


It goes back longer than that.

0.tqn.com
 
2013-10-20 10:39:39 PM

Confabulat: It goes back longer than that.


I notice a distinct lack of business suit, and spooky no-face.
 
2013-10-20 10:41:03 PM

a particular individual: "...a very thin male wearing a white hoodie standing in the bushes outside the residence that then walked away."

I'd be more concerned about the walking residence than the skinny guy with the universal remote.


I only know of one residence that can get up and walk away.

www.filterforge.com
 
2013-10-20 10:47:35 PM

J. Frank Parnell: Confabulat: It goes back longer than that.

I notice a distinct lack of business suit, and spooky no-face.


Well of course not, Slender Man was invented by Something Awful forums.

But the psychological idea behind him, and the Grey ones, and the Old Hag from legends, they all I think come from the same place in the human psyche.

The suit is new though, that's the internet for you.
 
2013-10-20 10:48:33 PM

belhade: a particular individual: "...a very thin male wearing a white hoodie standing in the bushes outside the residence that then walked away."

I'd be more concerned about the walking residence than the skinny guy with the universal remote.

I only know of one residence that can get up and walk away.

[www.filterforge.com image 850x531]


So wait, Baba Yaga was the original Slender Man?
 
2013-10-20 10:50:15 PM
OBLIG (clicky pops)
 
2013-10-20 10:50:25 PM
Also I love her:

2.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-10-20 10:57:16 PM

Confabulat: Also I love her:

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x637]


Who - or what - is that?
 
2013-10-20 10:57:56 PM

Confabulat: But the psychological idea behind him, and the Grey ones, and the Old Hag from legends, they all I think come from the same place in the human psyche.


Or it's different cultures interpreting the same ongoing phenomenon.
 
2013-10-20 11:04:02 PM

Shedim: Confabulat: Also I love her:

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x637]

Who - or what - is that?


[REC] -- I love those movies so very much. Of course I have an unhealthy crush on the leading lady from #1. (that's not her)
 
2013-10-20 11:04:06 PM
I never really "got" Slenderman. I hear the video game is pretty creepy.
 
2013-10-20 11:26:36 PM

Confabulat: Also I love her:

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x637]


Who is she?
 
2013-10-20 11:41:11 PM
He's been causing trouble since at least the Renaissance.

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-10-20 11:41:35 PM
Bah, ignore my earlier question.

Confabulat: Shedim: Confabulat: Also I love her:

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x637]

Who - or what - is that?

[REC] -- I love those movies so very much. Of course I have an unhealthy crush on the leading lady from #1. (that's not her)


Was the sequel good?  I only say the original.
 
2013-10-20 11:56:29 PM

ciberido: Bah, ignore my earlier question.

Confabulat: Shedim: Confabulat: Also I love her:

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x637]

Who - or what - is that?

[REC] -- I love those movies so very much. Of course I have an unhealthy crush on the leading lady from #1. (that's not her)

Was the sequel good?  I only say the original.


I didn't like #2 very much on the first viewing but later I thought about it and it surprisingly fits into the first really well. It's rare to think about a movie and figure it makes MORE sense after reflection. So yeah I give it a thumbs up. And it doesn't cheat. It fits.

#3 is a whole different wacky adventure but maybe my favorite of the bunch. Different tonally, but still the same mythology and it too fits.

#4 isn't out yet but I have high hopes. It's rare to have a horror movie series remember what happened in the last one.
 
2013-10-21 12:01:12 AM

Confabulat: ciberido: Bah, ignore my earlier question.

Confabulat: Shedim: Confabulat: Also I love her:

[2.bp.blogspot.com image 850x637]

Who - or what - is that?

[REC] -- I love those movies so very much. Of course I have an unhealthy crush on the leading lady from #1. (that's not her)

Was the sequel good?  I only say the original.

I didn't like #2 very much on the first viewing but later I thought about it and it surprisingly fits into the first really well. It's rare to think about a movie and figure it makes MORE sense after reflection. So yeah I give it a thumbs up. And it doesn't cheat. It fits.

#3 is a whole different wacky adventure but maybe my favorite of the bunch. Different tonally, but still the same mythology and it too fits.

#4 isn't out yet but I have high hopes. It's rare to have a horror movie series remember what happened in the last one.


If the 3rd REC was called something else and not marketed as a REC movie, it wouldn't get much of the grief it does.
 
2013-10-21 12:33:42 AM
Those Endermen are real. Caught a pic of this thing in my yard.  Right before I beat the crap out of it with an 8bit iron sword.
scontent-b-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net
 
2013-10-21 12:39:10 AM

macsavageg4: Those Endermen are real. Caught a pic of this thing in my yard.  Right before I beat the crap out of it with an 8bit iron sword.
[scontent-b-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x720]


You're lucky it wasn't a gazebo.
 
2013-10-21 12:47:07 AM

bsharitt: I still don't get the supposed scariness of slenderman.


He's one of the Chandrian.
 
2013-10-21 12:47:47 AM

bsharitt: I still don't get the supposed scariness of slenderman.


It's the inevitablenrss and no power to stop it. The legend of slender man says that once you see him you're going to die and he's the thing that going to kill you. He gets closer and closer as your death draws near and there's nothing you can do to stop it.

It's like supernatural terminal cancer only since it seems like an outside non-natural force you want to believe that you can do SOMETHING to stop it but everything fails and you can't.

Actual terminal disease you can fight with medicine melevalovent supernatural forces...good luck.
 
2013-10-21 12:57:54 AM
Dispatch should tell him to stay away from his windows...
 
2013-10-21 01:01:12 AM
Somehow, this seems relevant.

/Sweet dreams...
 
2013-10-21 01:08:37 AM

Shedim: ciberido: [www.treadwells-london.com image 640x904]

Nobody will ever mess with that girl.


I would.  And I would even have a kid with her.

Oh wait.  I already did that.  shiat.

Carry on.
 
2013-10-21 01:11:19 AM
This...
img.fark.net

Is actually a PERFECT representation of the phenomenon of Sleep Paralysis, and in fact, this is probably what the image is portraying.

Sleep Paralysis is fascinating. If you've never experienced (I have, twice) it's truly horrifying. It occurs when falling asleep or waking, and it is the feeling of being completely paralyzed-- feeling as if you have a force holding you down-- combined with the most dreadful feeling that there's a malevolence  in the room with you. It's horrible. It's probably the most terrifying sensation I've ever felt, and I don't scare easily (I used to go looking for frightening situations; Nothing in the real world was ever as horrible as this).

Sleep Paralysis is the explanation for nearly every old tale (trolls, gremlins, demons, ghosts, etc.), alien abduction tale (the monster became aliens in the 20th century), and other stories in which the subject described being assaulted by a malevolent force while in bed or reclining.

I can say I hope never to experience it again. Even knowing what it was prior to it happening, I was convinced there was an intruder in my home, and I was powerless to move, to defend myself, to even check on it. Since I'm a bit more practical than some, to me the malevolent force seemed to be a burglar or murderer (a truly dangerous human) rather than a monster or alien. It felt like hours, but it was only moments. Even after I used my lucid dreaming techniques to alert myself to the possibility of it being sleep paralysis, it took what seemed like an hour to snap out of it.

It will probably happen to you some day. When it does, how you perceive the world will color what you think is happening to you. Your logical mind will betray you unless you can really fight past the delusion, and even then it will take time during which you'll feel utter terror. Some of you will be convinced you were abducted by aliens, or visited by a demon, or haunted by a ghost.

Good luck.
 
2013-10-21 01:13:31 AM

White_Scarf_Syndrome: Shedim: ciberido: [www.treadwells-london.com image 640x904]

Nobody will ever mess with that girl.

I would.  And I would even have a kid with her.

Oh wait.  I already did that.  shiat.

Carry on.


Having a seat over there for a while.  I meant as a later adult.  DAMMIT!! Stupid cheap beer!!
 
2013-10-21 01:35:54 AM

ZeroCorpse: This...
[img.fark.net image 160x321]

Is actually a PERFECT representation of the phenomenon of Sleep Paralysis, and in fact, this is probably what the image is portraying.

Sleep Paralysis is fascinating. If you've never experienced (I have, twice) it's truly horrifying. It occurs when falling asleep or waking, and it is the feeling of being completely paralyzed-- feeling as if you have a force holding you down-- combined with the most dreadful feeling that there's a malevolence  in the room with you. It's horrible. It's probably the most terrifying sensation I've ever felt, and I don't scare easily (I used to go looking for frightening situations; Nothing in the real world was ever as horrible as this).

Sleep Paralysis is the explanation for nearly every old tale (trolls, gremlins, demons, ghosts, etc.), alien abduction tale (the monster became aliens in the 20th century), and other stories in which the subject described being assaulted by a malevolent force while in bed or reclining.

I can say I hope never to experience it again. Even knowing what it was prior to it happening, I was convinced there was an intruder in my home, and I was powerless to move, to defend myself, to even check on it. Since I'm a bit more practical than some, to me the malevolent force seemed to be a burglar or murderer (a truly dangerous human) rather than a monster or alien. It felt like hours, but it was only moments. Even after I used my lucid dreaming techniques to alert myself to the possibility of it being sleep paralysis, it took what seemed like an hour to snap out of it.

It will probably happen to you some day. When it does, how you perceive the world will color what you think is happening to you. Your logical mind will betray you unless you can really fight past the delusion, and even then it will take time during which you'll feel utter terror. Some of you will be convinced you were abducted by aliens, or visited by a demon, or haunted by a ghost.

Good luck.


It's been happening to me every month or two for at least 10 years now. I know what it is so I just try and ride it out and go back to sleep once I'm aware of it, but it's very aggravating. In the meantime it feels like someone's shouting at me from downstairs (I have a roommate) or a phone's ringing that I can't quite get up and answer rather than a burglar or monster.

Probably says something about my state of mind that's how I interpret it, as well as my nightmares... zombies, spiders, falling to my death? Meh. But an "I want to speak to your supervisor" call I can't hang up on or reading the fine print and realizing my student loan is 25% weekly compound interest*? Those are the ones I wake up from shivering.
 
2013-10-21 01:53:20 AM

ayrsayle: ZeroCorpse: This...
[img.fark.net image 160x321]

Is actually a PERFECT representation of the phenomenon of Sleep Paralysis, and in fact, this is probably what the image is portraying.


It's been happening to me every month or two for at least 10 years now. I know what it is so I just try and ride it out and go back to sleep once I'm aware of it, but it's very aggravating. In the meantime it feels like someone's shouting at me from downstairs (I have a roommate) or a phone's ringing that I can't quite get up and answer rather than a burglar or monster.

Probably says something about my state of mind that's how I interpret it, as well as my nightmares... zombies, spiders, falling to my death? Meh. But an "I want to speak to your supervisor" call I can't hang up on or reading the fine print and realizing my student loan is 25% weekly compound interest*? Those are the ones I wake up from shivering.



You have my sympathies. You suffer from Recurrent Isolated Sleep Paralysis. Most people only experience Isolated Sleep Paralysis. RISP is rare, chronic, and actually  does  last an hour or more. ISP happens rarely (most people experience it maybe once in their life) and usually only lasts a few minutes to half an hour (but it can seem like hours). RISP can also occur multiple times in the same night; ISP doesn't tend to do that.

I find it interesting that your horrors are so practical and even mundane (I mean that in the nicest way). It demonstrates that horror can take any form. When one is superstitious ISP/RISP take the form of demons, succubi, ghosts and aliens. When one is not superstitious, it takes the form of home invaders, bullies, supervisors, and bill collectors.

And a part of me wishes I DID experience monsters, ghosts, or aliens instead of the more practical horrors. I think I would have been able to shake the horror sooner if it had been something outrageous... But a real human being coming to take my life while I can't fight back? That's too real. Too possible.

The worst part is the moment when you realize you cannot move. Your brain is active. You sense the threat... But your entire body is completely shut down. You try in vain to send "MOVE!" signals to your arms and legs. Nothing happens. You try to turn your head to look... you can't even do that much. It's a feeling of complete and utter helplessness.

I wish you luck with your RISP. It's good that you identified it and can fight through it, but it sucks that you have to deal with it at all.
 
2013-10-21 02:04:43 AM
I've experienced sleep paralysis a few times. A weird feeling of being pinned down by someone you can't see while, at the same time, feeling a malevelant presence at the foot of the bed. Those few times I have never been more terrified or stressed.


Also, despite knowing it's not real, doing some reading on The Slenderman creeped me out and now I can't sleep.
 
2013-10-21 02:18:36 AM

ZeroCorpse: This...
[img.fark.net image 160x321]

Is actually a PERFECT representation of the phenomenon of Sleep Paralysis, and in fact, this is probably what the image is portraying.

Sleep Paralysis is fascinating. If you've never experienced (I have, twice) it's truly horrifying. It occurs when falling asleep or waking, and it is the feeling of being completely paralyzed-- feeling as if you have a force holding you down-- combined with the most dreadful feeling that there's a malevolence  in the room with you. It's horrible. It's probably the most terrifying sensation I've ever felt, and I don't scare easily (I used to go looking for frightening situations; Nothing in the real world was ever as horrible as this).

Sleep Paralysis is the explanation for nearly every old tale (trolls, gremlins, demons, ghosts, etc.), alien abduction tale (the monster became aliens in the 20th century), and other stories in which the subject described being assaulted by a malevolent force while in bed or reclining.

I can say I hope never to experience it again. Even knowing what it was prior to it happening, I was convinced there was an intruder in my home, and I was powerless to move, to defend myself, to even check on it. Since I'm a bit more practical than some, to me the malevolent force seemed to be a burglar or murderer (a truly dangerous human) rather than a monster or alien. It felt like hours, but it was only moments. Even after I used my lucid dreaming techniques to alert myself to the possibility of it being sleep paralysis, it took what seemed like an hour to snap out of it.

It will probably happen to you some day. When it does, how you perceive the world will color what you think is happening to you. Your logical mind will betray you unless you can really fight past the delusion, and even then it will take time during which you'll feel utter terror. Some of you will be convinced you were abducted by aliens, or visited by a demon, or haunted by a ghost.

Good luck.


I got that a few times when I was in high school. Extremely unpleasant. While it was happening, I'd always think it was some kind of medical problem or me accidentally smothering myself rather than a burglar or alien. Might have something to do with the fact that I've been a Type 1 diabetic for most of my life.
 
2013-10-21 03:05:54 AM
The last time I had sleep paralysis,I had a huge panic attack, and yes I saw the odd figure at the end of my bed,(I was too busy panicking to spend a lot of time noticing details, just a scary shiny figure, but certainly within slender man figures)

So I fought myself and managed to go back to sleep, and I congratulated myself for my psychic success.

Then I woke up a few hours later with the most insane vertigo I bet few have experienced.it lasted non-stop for the next two days and I could only remember the old hag with a certain sense of fondness and a belief in fair play
 
2013-10-21 03:11:55 AM

belhade: a particular individual: "...a very thin male wearing a white hoodie standing in the bushes outside the residence that then walked away."

I'd be more concerned about the walking residence than the skinny guy with the universal remote.

I only know of one residence that can get up and walk away.

[www.filterforge.com image 850x531]


You don't often see a reference to Baba Yaga in Fark threads. Kudos.
 
2013-10-21 05:48:22 AM

vodka: Oh the TV changed channels and the volume went up and down?  LOL... Sounds like someone was in the bushes playing with a universal remote.



Suspect:

imageshack.us
 
2013-10-21 09:12:04 AM

macsavageg4: Those Endermen are real. Caught a pic of this thing in my yard.  Right before I beat the crap out of it with an 8bit iron sword.
[scontent-b-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x720]


CSB: Managed to kill an Enderman once. He had the misfortune to materialize in a nearby lava lake. I ran over and beat the crap out of it, also with my 8-bit iron sword.
 
2013-10-21 10:31:31 AM

IC Stars: macsavageg4: Those Endermen are real. Caught a pic of this thing in my yard.  Right before I beat the crap out of it with an 8bit iron sword.
[scontent-b-dfw.xx.fbcdn.net image 480x720]

CSB: Managed to kill an Enderman once. He had the misfortune to materialize in a nearby lava lake. I ran over and beat the crap out of it, also with my 8-bit iron sword.


I was building an underground house in a little lake near my village once and I started digging a little tunnel for mining that I would convert into a room later. Then I start hearing hissing. The entrance is 1 block wide and has a door over it so I was like "Oh spider is just hissing up above." and I walk out to see an Enderman just standing there. He materialized because I was the closest thing to the water, and my impenetrable fortress was suddenly an Endermagnet. Iron sword killed him, but that was one of the few truly scary moments in my gaming experience.

/slender is scary, too
//often pretend I don't "have time" to play Slender 2
///but on Halloween....
 
2013-10-21 12:58:43 PM
Had that happen to me once in my late teenage years. Unable to move, utterly overheated, weight on my chest, malevolent presence, the works. It wasn't sleep paralysis, though. Turned out I'd managed to hopelessly tangle myself in my blankets (got some blanket under both shoulders for the pin), and my old overweight cat had been lying down on my chest, staring me down until I got her breakfast.
 
2013-10-21 03:14:52 PM

belhade: a particular individual: "...a very thin male wearing a white hoodie standing in the bushes outside the residence that then walked away."

I'd be more concerned about the walking residence than the skinny guy with the universal remote.

I only know of one residence that can get up and walk away.

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Really?

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2013-10-21 04:07:55 PM

belhade: a particular individual: "...a very thin male wearing a white hoodie standing in the bushes outside the residence that then walked away."

I'd be more concerned about the walking residence than the skinny guy with the universal remote.

I only know of one residence that can get up and walk away.

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The hell game was Baba Yaga part of?
 
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