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In light of recent murders, Creepypasta reminds people that the Slenderman isn't real

If you have a weak heart and/or stomach, then this story probably isn't for you.

Two twelve year old girls are accused of stabbing a friend 19 times. Why did they do it? To appease the Slenderman, whom they believed lived nearby.

Only, you know, the Slenderman isn't real, and the internet wants to remind this fact to everyone.

The following can be found on the Creepypasta Wiki page, which is where the Slenderman myth (if you will) originated.

ALL WORKS PRESENTED ON THIS WIKI AND OTHER SITES (INCLUDING SLENDERMAN, JEFF THE KILLER, BEN, SONIC.EXE, ETC) ARE FICTIONAL STORIES AND CHARACTERS
Of course, only a small minority of people (mostly newcomers) on the wiki (and the Internet) truly believe what they read here. And for most people, they will not attempt to replicate atrocities presented in some of the literature on the wiki. Something like this was bound to happen, considering the size of the Creepypasta community. All it takes is one person to do something insane and radical in the name of someone or something.
This is an isolated incident, and does not represent or attribute the Creepypasta community as a whole. This wiki does not endorse or advocate for the killing, worship, and otherwise replication of rituals of fictional works. There is a line of between fiction and reality, and it is up to you to realize where the line is. We are a literature site, not a crazy satanic cult.
For most of you reading this, you're probably thinking this is a no-brainier that stories here are mere fiction and know that they are just mere fiction. This blog addresses to newcomers and "die-hard believers", who will otherwise, likely to believe in these stories.
Hopefully, the gruesome crime that happened in Wisconsin will not repeat itself again, and our hearts go out to the families affected by this crime.

[Creepypasta, via Kotaku]

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