??? I think it's just a guy in a suit in the back:| I thought Slenderman would cause distortion when he's nearby or on camera?(or is that false) I guess Slenderman is something you gotta see to believe. Good photo though.
Also, not only is the boy bound for hell for making a deal with the devil, no, he's also walking around with a fiddle made of gold. I don't know what the criminality-rates in Georgia are like, but, y'know...
Implord wrote: Also, not only is the boy bound for hell for making a deal with the devil, no, he's also walking around with a fiddle made of gold. I don't know what the criminality-rates in Georgia are like, but, y'know...
There are plenty of European folk tales where someone makes a deal to outsmart the Devil, and they don't go to Hell (as far as we know) so I'm sure Johnny will be fine.
As for the possibility of his golden fiddle being stolen...the guy took on the devil himself, I'm sure he can handle some would-be robbers.
Yeah, robbers would be hella impressed (pun kinda intended) by his fiddle-play. They'd be like "Darn, this boy be playin' bettah than that red horned-bella from below! We bettah ain't not takin' this boys gold!"
2009 happened in Canada at the same time as it happened anywhere else, 2009, elven years ago. Known as the year people started thinking "Can't be worse than 2008" and ended thinking "Maybe 2010" will be better, something that since culminated in 2020, which makes me dread 2021 so tremendously.
Okay, now, I have gone all the way up to the top of the thread and concluded that you are probably referring to the post that claimed a Slenderman Sighting in that area. I do not know about that, the user who made the claim was last active in 2014. However, the list they posted lists a number of famous Slenderman stories and stories with simillar themes. The first one, about Hamelin, is a reference to the Pied Piper legend.
I suspect the list might have been inspired by this post on Timetoast, which is marked as fictional.
This story lists the disappearance of three people on January 10th and one more on January 21st. Slendermans alleged appearances started with nightmares prior to the disappearances.
While the Stating Fake rule forbids to discuss the reality of Slenderman, I will say that this story, specifically, is most certainly untrue as it is framed as taken from a radio news story which most certainly would not detail someones nightmares like this.