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Caption from the original Slender Man post on the Something Awful forums. The Slender Man is an internet meme and urban legend, first gaining stardom in the Something Awful forums, and branching out across the web as a figure that has established his own myths. He is popularly viewed as some sort of malevolent demon that abducts and psychologically traumatizes people, particularly children. Though what he does with them is unknown, it is speculated he kills them, or takes them to another dimension. In some versions of the legend, he will impale captured victims on tree branches and save them for later skinning and consumption. It is widely considered that his “faceless pale man in a suit” persona is really a smaller form, and that his true form is beyond comprehension for mortals.
He is widely recognized as a sort of pop culture icon and also a very controversial figure, and is a prime example of a Creepypasta villain at its best, being featured in many fictional stories around the web. Slender Man was created by Eric Knudsen. He was also inspired by Stephen King’s short stories, HP Lovecraft and William S Burroughs. I mean, let’s just be honest here: he’s a tall, white guy. However, the generally agreed appearance is of a pale, emaciated male figure, with an apparent height of between 7 and 9 feet tall, and no facial features. He is sometimes portrayed with seemingly incomplete facial features, such as empty eye sockets or mouth, as if the face is molded.