IMMERSE YOURSELF IN THE ADVENTURE it can be a nightmare or a dream. STAY TUNED EVERY MONDAY _ __FOLLOW US LINK__ ■ www.YOUTUBE.com/c/360VRADVENTURE?sub_confirmation=1 ■ www.FACEBOOK.com/360.vr.adventure/ ■ www.TWITTER.com/360VRADVENTURE ■ www.INSTAGRAM.com/360vradventure/ __________________________________ 360° VR VIDEO - Slender Man in Real Life | First Person | POV SLENDERMAN - TRAILER MOVIE 2017 The Slender Man (also known as Slenderman) is a fictional supernatural character that originated as a creepypasta Internet meme created by Something Awful forums user Eric Knudsen (also known as "Victor Surge") in 2009. It is depicted as resembling a thin, unnaturally tall man with a blank and usually featureless face, wearing a black suit. Stories of the Slender Man commonly feature him stalking, abducting or traumatizing people, particularly children. The Slender Man is not confined to a single narrative, but appears in many disparate works of fiction, typically composed online. Fiction relating to the Slender Man encompasses many media, including literature, art and video series such as Marble Hornets. Outside of online fiction, the Slender Man has had impact on popular culture, having been referenced in the video game Minecraft and generated video games of his own, such as Slender: The Eight Pages and Slender: The Arrival. Beginning in 2014, a minor moral panic occurred over the Slender Man after readers of his fiction were connected to several violent acts, particularly a near-fatal stabbing of a 12-year-old girl in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Bogeyman Beware the Slenderman Bloody Mary (folklore) Hidebehind Fakelore Folk etymology Gelert Kunekune Men in Black Noppera-bō Snopes.com Urban legend The Slender Man is a being (male in appearance) who looks like a man with extremely long, slender arms and legs. He also appears to have 4 to 8 long, black tentacles that protrude from his back, though different photographs and enthusiasts disagree on this fact, and therefore it is theorized he can 'contract' these tentacles at will. He is described as wearing a black suit strikingly similar to the visage of the notorious Men In Black, and as the name suggests, appears very thin and able to stretch his limbs and torso to inhuman lengths in order to induce fear and ensnare his prey. Once his arms are outstretched, his victims are put into something of a hypnotized state, where they are utterly helpless to stop themselves from walking into them. The Slender Man by Pirate Cashoo He is also able to create tendrils from his fingers and back that he uses to walk on in a similar fashion to Doctor Octopus. The superhuman stretching ability could also be seen as a similarity between himself and Mr. Fantastic. Whether he absorbs, kills, or merely takes his victims to an undisclosed location or dimension is also unknown as there are never any bodies or evidence left behind in his wake to deduce a definite conclusion. His face is pale and slightly ghostly, and almost appears to have been wrapped in a type of gauze or cloth. his facial features are also an object of debate, and many people believe that his face looks different to each person, if it is seen at all. He sometimes is portrayed wears a hat, which is sometimes a bowler, a fedora, or sometimes a tophat. He may also be seen wearing a long flowing necktie or scarf, which is either red or grey. He often keeps his long, pale hands crossed politely behind his back or hanging loosely at his sides. His suit is black, sometimes portrayed as pinstripe in artwork, a common misconception thanks to the very similar Jack Skellington from Nightmare Before Christmas. He has long coattails which he lets flow proudly. §n universe Slender Man in Marble Hornets Slender Man in EverymanHYBRID Slender Man in DarkHarvest00 Slender Man in MLAndersen0 Slender Man in TribeTwelve Out of universe Slender Man Mythos in Popular Culture Slender Man in Film and Movie Slender Man in Books and Written Media Slender Man Mythos in Games Humor and Parodies List of Slender Man Creepypasta The Slender Man's original abilities included: selective invisibility (say, to adults or anyone without a camera) the ability to change height and body shape the ability to shape its arms into tentacles and/or the ability to sprout tentacle-like appendages from its back and shoulders to be used as additional arms or legs (or simply to instill fear) Many stories seem to indicate that The Slender Man can control a person's mind, which became the basis for the Proxies in the video ARG, a trend that later spread to Slenderblogs. The Slender Man also originally had stronger connections to children, and many of the original stories revolved around disappearing children or featured Slender Man sightings in photos with children. This was often attributed to the innocence and morbid curiosity of children, which could lead them down the path of discovering the creature.