TCG TV /// SLENDERMAN

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  • Trek fan

    Trek fan Uss Enterprise

    That Spock not data, you gnomes

    That Spock not data, you gnomes

  • Krist Collins

    Krist Collins Australia

    Maybe Anessa is a master mind sociopath who targeted these two best friends and groomed the one that she could see had all the personality traits & potential to become her own personal killer puppet. Anessa learns how to pull all the right strings and over time learns how to use her, just like a weapon. All along planning also to use her as a scape goat, to later sholder all the blame. Anessa could have used the Slender Man story to literally brainwash a weak minded classmate into killing her TRUE best friend.

    Maybe Anessa is a master mind sociopath who targeted these two best friends and groomed the one that she could see had all the personality traits & potential to become her own personal killer puppet. Anessa learns how to pull all the right strings and over time learns how to use her, just like a weapon. All along planning also to use her as a scape goat, to later sholder all the blame. Anessa could have used the Slender Man story to literally brainwash a weak minded classmate into killing her TRUE best friend.

  • Gina66

    Gina66 Mesa

    So I decided to listen to this and, cause it was two years ago, I had to see if this ridiculousness was taken care of and found this - http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/special-reports/slender-man-stabbing/2016/09/01/2nd-girl-slender-man-case-plead-insanity/89723754/ So, this is gonna be harsh, but I'll say it - these girls were 14 and 12. Those are NOT children. 14? That's how old I was when I entered high school and I sure as hell knew the difference between reality and make believe. At 12, I was in junior high. Sorry Nick, but I'm not looking at two fresh faced girls - I'm looking at two people who tried to murder a third. And as you mentioned, they were very close to doing so. Why is it that when kids do something horrible, we don't know treat them as the crime dictates? Actually, my real question is why do we always feel sympathy towards the criminals and not the victim? These two have attempted to murder someone and they apparently they know the difference between right and wrong. Have their parents not told them that murder is wrong? Cause I knew that as a child (as in an actual child). Anessa it seems actually has some remorse and maybe she should get a lighter sentence, but like any normal murderer, she needs to spend at least 20 years in jail. And if that means she loses the milestones of childhood, who's fault was that? Don't attempt to kill people! Teach your damn child that nothing on the Internet is true! If Morgan is crazy, then she needs to be in a mental institution for 20 years. Like the Captain says, it doesn't matter who stabbed Peyton first, they need to go to jail. And I'm not gonna cry if they don't get to go to high school or their prom or college; don't fucking kill people. That's how you enjoy life. And I don't think they should be getting the education they wasted either; why should I pay for a criminal to get the education when someone who actually needs and wants can't? Screw them. They fucked up their own lives and the life of a third person. I hope Peyton enjoys everything they won't and shouldn't and she can flip them off when she's walking across the stage for her diploma (HS and college), she can flip them off when she walks down the aisle, and she can double flip them off when/if she has her children. I hope Anessa and Morgan get NOTHING but grief and we're lucky, they'll never see the light of day again.

    So I decided to listen to this and, cause it was two years ago, I had to see if this ridiculousness was taken care of and found this - http://www.jsonline.com/story/news/special-reports/slender-man-stabbing/2016/09/01/2nd-girl-slender-man-case-plead-insanity/89723754/

    So, this is gonna be harsh, but I'll say it - these girls were 14 and 12. Those are NOT children. 14? That's how old I was when I entered high school and I sure as hell knew the difference between reality and make believe. At 12, I was in junior high. Sorry Nick, but I'm not looking at two fresh faced girls - I'm looking at two people who tried to murder a third. And as you mentioned, they were very close to doing so. Why is it that when kids do something horrible, we don't know treat them as the crime dictates? Actually, my real question is why do we always feel sympathy towards the criminals and not the victim?

    These two have attempted to murder someone and they apparently they know the difference between right and wrong. Have their parents not told them that murder is wrong? Cause I knew that as a child (as in an actual child). Anessa it seems actually has some remorse and maybe she should get a lighter sentence, but like any normal murderer, she needs to spend at least 20 years in jail.

    And if that means she loses the milestones of childhood, who's fault was that? Don't attempt to kill people! Teach your damn child that nothing on the Internet is true! If Morgan is crazy, then she needs to be in a mental institution for 20 years. Like the Captain says, it doesn't matter who stabbed Peyton first, they need to go to jail. And I'm not gonna cry if they don't get to go to high school or their prom or college; don't fucking kill people. That's how you enjoy life. And I don't think they should be getting the education they wasted either; why should I pay for a criminal to get the education when someone who actually needs and wants can't?

    Screw them. They fucked up their own lives and the life of a third person. I hope Peyton enjoys everything they won't and shouldn't and she can flip them off when she's walking across the stage for her diploma (HS and college), she can flip them off when she walks down the aisle, and she can double flip them off when/if she has her children. I hope Anessa and Morgan get NOTHING but grief and we're lucky, they'll never see the light of day again.

  • Melody

    Melody Morrow, Ohio

    I just finished listening to the slenderman episode. Then, of course, I have to google all of the references such as www.creepypasta.com, the trailer for "Fathom" and the video games mentioned. Also, you mentioned that HBO was making a documentary on it but did not have a date. My googling today indicated they now have a date: January 17, 2017. Mark your calendars Gentlemen!

    I just finished listening to the slenderman episode. Then, of course, I have to google all of the references such as www.creepypasta.com, the trailer for "Fathom" and the video games mentioned. Also, you mentioned that HBO was making a documentary on it but did not have a date. My googling today indicated they now have a date: January 17, 2017. Mark your calendars Gentlemen!

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    Melody • Morrow, Ohio Thanks for sharing and OHIO LOVE. Cheers

    Melody • Morrow, Ohio

    Thanks for sharing and OHIO LOVE. Cheers

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