Confessions of a Slenderman Fangirl Part 1I grew up in a small town.
I wasn't anything special.
Just an ordinary girl.
In an ordinary house,
with a not-so-ordinary secret...
It started when I was a child.
I used to get this strange dream... it repeated every few weeks or so...
but it was always the same...
I was alone... I'm my basement. It was dark...
I was afraid. I kept calling up the stairs for my Grandpa... I was to scared to climb the stairs.
Then the door at the top of the stairs opened...
It wasn't my Grandpa.
I saw it... It... was...
A man stood at the top of the stairs... He was so tall...
He had on a suit and tie, kinda like the one Daddy used to wear when he visited me.
It had no bright colors, just a black suit and a black tie, with a white shirt underneath.
That wasn't what scared me...
His face... Where was his face!?!
He had no face.... I
Slenderman Creepypasta/Story part 1
I jolted up from my sleep. Another nightmare. I see the same thing every night. The pale, blank face of a man in a suit. I really need therapy. I checked my alarm clock to see the time. 7:45 A.M.
I dragged myself out of bed and walked downstairs. Sitting there were my 3 friends. Mike, James, and Carter. They already made breakfast. "Hey, you need to set that alarm clock to a louder noise. We didn't even hear it." By the way, we all live together as roommates. To save money on separate houses. Plus, i don't any of us could get enough money to pay the rent for 4 different houses. Oh, and also, my name is Toby.
I sat down at the table and slammed my face against it. I almost fell asleep again until some one slapped me in the face, put down a plate and yelled, "EAT SOME BACON AND WAKE UP." Typical James.
I lifted my head and ate the bacon and eggs on the plate. "Hey, have you guys ever heard of that mythical creature that lives in the forest?" Carter asked. James laug
How Slenderman and Jeff MetSlenderman kept his easy pace through the forest, he scanned every inch of the woods. Night was his favorite time to be out, no human child could see him from a distance. The night clouds covered the full moon, stars were scattered across the sky.
Summer nights meant camping, camping meant children. Sadly, he wasn't seeing any signs of nearby activity, all he heard was crickets, owls, the harsh wind, and... crying?
Slenderman bolted to the sound where the sobbing was coming from, from a close enough distance, he saw some one with messy, long raven hair and a hoody. What stood out was the blood that soaked the hoody in every bit. Now Slenderman was cautious.
Though it wasn't like the kid could hurt him in anyway, but he had encountered his kind before. How he'd hate to get his suit bloody. He backed away slowly so the child wouldn't look up from his sobbing. But he did, and saw the tall slender figure that stood in the shadows of the forest.
He fell silent.
Though he had no eyes, Slende