The Lost Slender Man Wikipedia Page

Wikipedia has removed this page.  Why?  That’s the question, isn’t it?  Was the information on this page enough to draw the Slender Man to whomever read it?  After all, don’t they say the more you think about him, the more likely he will come for you?

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  1. I don’t belive in the Slenderman but do love his storys. The main reason why Wikipedia took down the page is because there are no Sources to check reliability of Slenderman. Also the fact the time when he became popular was when that guy from the something awful forums “created” or “brought to light” of Slenderman.

  2. I do believe in him but i do believe that most of it was added for entertainment like vitor surge stoll it but yes i do believe its out there but its not evil in mythology

    1. Yes, the Slender Man is a “fake”. In fact, in one of my earliest posts about him, I mentioned that I was there, on Something Awful, when he was created. That thread was incredible, as people quickly realized that Victor had hit something golden and they quickly added to it.

      The thread itself was in response, as I recall, to a thread of “supernatural” pictures as well as the semi-monthly ghost stories threads (which gave rise to the Helper Monkey ghost stories I’ve commented about before). The idea originally was to make photos that would pass for being real, essentially to troll places like /x/ and other supernatural interest boards. When Slender Man first appeared, it rapidly morphed into something else, something more. People began adding to the mythos, collaborating in ways unusual for Something Awful. It became a group effort to turn this one glimmer of a good idea into something really awesome, and it worked.

      Since then, the Marble Hornets stuff went up as well as the ARGs and so forth. Slender Man has grown into an organic, grassroots mythology in a way very similar to the Lovecraft mythos grew. It’s a pleasure to watch, and as one of the “godfathers” of Slendy (I was there for his birth, so I guess I can claim at least some relation to him), I like to report on his progress from time to time, as any proud progenitor might.

  3. I’m glad you published this, me and a friend got a video idea based off of this and we need to know as much as possible before making it. Thanks Andrew, your helping the myth grow!

  4. Magnificent issues altogether, you just won a emblem new reader. What might you recommend in regards to your post that you simply made a few days in the past? Any certain?

  5. The fact that there’s no article for Slender Man because it’s “not notable”, but nobodies like That Guy With The Glasses or Spoony have extensive articles fucking infuriates me!

      1. do you know why he said com, because he died
        randomly in his room when he was on the computer.
        ther was blood all over the ground at his house.
        when his mum said after a few days he was spewing up blood every were.

  6. You guys, slender man isn’t real, those stories are fake. You think you are being cool saying ‘oh he’s real’ but all it does is scare some poor little kids.

  7. Andrew, are you claiming a relationship with Victor? My indie game project The Slenderman Stories: The Orphanage is growing into something real, and also commercial – check bit.ly/P03E6g, I must talk to Victor clarify the way forward.

    1. hahaha he tried raping me but i rpd him!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:} and i’m not scared of him he’s scared of me!

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