The most famous Creepypasta is Slenderman, an alleged paranormal figure that has been in existence for centuries. His appearance is considered to be a black-suited man with extremely long slender arms and legs. He also has 4 to 8 long black tentacles that protrude from his back, it is theorized he can contract these tentacles at will. His face is pale and slightly ghostly, and almost appears to have been wrapped in a type of gauze or cloth. His behavior displays, as rumors suggested, that he kills children exclusively, though it is difficult to say that slaughter is his objective. It is commonly thought that he resides in woods and forests and preys on children. It is often thought as well that he enjoys stalking people who become overly paranoid about his existence, purposefully giving them glimpses of himself in order to further frighten them. For this reason, it seems like Slenderman very much enjoys psychologically torturing his victims. He also often appears to float or drift around rather than walk, which suggest the possibility of him being an ethereal being rather than a creature or a man. This would also explain why he is able to remain mobile in spite of his poorly proportioned body. Even though Slender Man was fabricated on SomethingAwful forums, some people have already claimed sightings. He is seen mostly at night peering into open windows and walks out in front of lone motorists on secluded roads. The Slender Man has also inspired many stories such as those of Marble Hornets. It has that big influence that it had adapted into a survival-horror indie game, Slender: The Eight Pages and Slender: The Arrival.

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