I'm a little paranoid too. When I walk the dog at night or take out the trash I often imagine the Operator standing somewhere staring at me.
Oh, and I saw a bald guy in a suit a few days ago and it scared the shit outta me. However, he had a friendly face and there were a lot of people around (it was in a crowded train). If I saw that guy at night with no one around I'd probably run.
Last edited by Chocula; February 12th, 2011 at 01:19 PM. Reason: I'm still gonna rewatch the series soon.
Entry 34 and Fragments...
Interesting. I was fully expecting Masky to pop out in that house. But he didn't. Oh well.
But Damn. Where does this guy find all these places to shoot this thing. Is there really a house like that just chilling in the middle of nowhere?
And @Paranoia talk: I was really paranoid when I watched the first 23 entries together in the summer for the first time. After that, not so much. Except for when I try to sleep after watching an entry.
Last edited by Badass SnoCone; February 12th, 2011 at 01:34 PM. Reason: Damn you Entry 33...
Anyway, #34 was really uneasy to watch. As I do with most entries, I sat there and was practically begging Slendy to pop out. Sadly, my cries of "COME AT ME, SLEND" were a waste, but I jumped so hard at every noise.
"Trust him with me...I WANT TO WRONG JIGGLE."
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If I'm alone in my apartment I usually don't have lights on anywhere. Now usually it's no problem for me to walk around in pitch black darkness, but from time to time I feel uneasy and jump at noises such as my speakers catching static.
Some months ago when there wasn't any snow on the ground yet, I went jogging alone in the evening. It was already that time of year when daylight would slip away earlier and earlier, but I was stubborn and wanted to do it. I jogged in the dusky woods for an hour and even with my iPod on the whole time I was paranoid as all hell. In the more thicker areas of the forest barely any light filtered through the trees and I couldn't look at them, imagining how something tall and suited would peek from behind one.
Now why did I feel the need to type that JUST before planning to go to bed?
And I couldn't stay in areas with lots of trees for a long time BEFORE learning of Slenderman. Now pretty much confirms it.
And I have a large forest in my backyard with skinny trees and everything.
I just watched the entire series for the first time back-to-back yesterday evening.
I believe they've contributed to what is probably without a doubt, the worst night of sleep I've ever had in my life.
I kept waking up every few minutes, imagining I saw something moving just beyond of my field of vision.
Fuck long skinny trees, fuck partially-open doors, fuck any and all masks, pipes, abandoned houses, static, and bald men in suits.
In short, good stuff. Off to watch EverymanHYBRID next.
Thanks so much for that, guys. Pardon me while I go seal myself up in a closet now.
a mood come alive.
Sorry, Dervish. Enjoy HYBRID. They succeed in entertaining you between scares. They came up with the bright idea to have scares while they're doing stuff.
Things get series by Episode 6 though.
.......The day I saw it, I didn't want to look down a hallway toward an open door for the rest of the day.
No prob and they certainly do. I watched the first 5 and thought, "lol, well this is...kind of terrible, but at least the actors are personable enough."
Then I saw episode 6.
I'll watch the rest later tonight.
a mood come alive.
Dammit. I just rewatched Episode 6.
Now, I'm downstairs, alone, downloading music. When I have to turn off all the lights downstairs, I'm going to be running upstairs once every light is off.
EDIT: Just got upstairs. I wandered downstairs holding my philosphy textbook as a weapon thinking, "If any masked guy or Slender Man comes even close to me, I'm shoving this Critical Thinking textbook so far up his ass, he'll have to shit sideways!"
Last edited by Insider2000; February 12th, 2011 at 10:46 PM.
God y'all are wusses...
But man, I am so glad totheark is making responses again. Like I said before, I absolutely love his videos...! This new one was no exception, and I'm hoping for more responses from him down the line.
God I love this series...
Also, where are these guys finding all these derelict buildings?! First the Slenderman Bath House, now this new place... Where the hell do these guys record, anyway?!
Actually I had a bit of a crappy night too when I went to sleep after writing about that traumatizing jogging event. Around half past 3am or something the doorbell rang and whoa did I flinch in my bed. The person who did it went away, but no matter how stupid it sounds, for one second I honestly thought something had come to get me. I imagined how the door would open and creak despite it being locked and how my room door wasn't locked and wouldn't provide any obstacle. Took me a while to calm myself down and fall asleep.
Oh...oh my god...
Did that....did that just happen?
I am so confused right now.
Last edited by Insider2000; February 15th, 2011 at 11:22 PM.
Right, who's Tim again? Was he one of the actors in J's original film project?
This video was a good ol' fashioned mindfuck.
I was watching early for the first time with some friends, and we said "HOLY SHIT!" when Masky popped out.
God, this is the best thing currently on YouTube.
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