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Slenderman: From Fiction to Fact Paperback – June 1, 2012

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About the Author

Robin Swope is a Writer and has been a Christian Minister for more than 20 years in both Mainline and Evangelical Denominations. He holds a B.A. in Biblical Literature from Nyack College and an M.Div. In Pastoral Ministry with an emphasis on Pastoral Counseling from Alliance Theological Seminary. He has served as a short trem Missionary to Burkina Faso, and has Ministered to the homeless in New York City's Hell's Kitchen. He is currently the Pastor of St.Paul's United Church of Christ in Erie, Pennsylvania. He is also a freelance journalist for Examiner.com and has also written for Fate Magazine. As a Seminary trained exorcist he has done consulting work with various paranormal investigators and television productions in the United States as well as investigators and writers across the globe
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 150 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 1, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1477507795
  • ISBN-13: 978-1477507797
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.3 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #217,897 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I love scary books, and so does my friend, Riley. I was scrolling through Amazon, trying to find her a good birthday present, when I saw this. I couldn't resist, because she loves Slenderman almost as much as I do.

I read the book before I gave it to her, and was immediately frightened by the stories it told. It is definitely a good read to share on Halloween night with the lights turned down low!
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I'm impressed with this book honestly. Personally I've never heard of the entity known as the Slenderman until two years back when I happened to come upon it on a wiki site. Though now I know that the Slenderman is just a made up entity for a supernatural story website, this book opened my eyes that this tall slender phantom may actually be real. Robin S. Swope did an excellent job while writing this book and it seems really evincing that this prescene is clearly around. I recommend this book for anyone whose intrested in the Slenderman phenomena either in stories or in real life. Reminds me honestly as a Supernatural episode when a symbol brings an made-up ghost to life.
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My daughter loves Slenderman. She plays the game all the time. Granted I did not know the "real" story behind Slenderman and it freaked me out a bit when I found out.....but my daughter squealed with delight when she opened the book. I had Freddy Kreuger, and the Bell Witch growing up. Now the kids have Slenderman.
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I have to say, to preface, I am an entirely rational human being. I am an Objectivist (the philosophy of Ayn Rand) and I believe that everything in life is connected to reason, and every phenomena has a rational, documented reason for being.

That being said, I do find the myth of the Slenderman to be one that is entirely fascinating, as many in our modern culture do. It is the kind of creature that we have all grown up to believe embodies the true essence of fear: a creature that stalks us, unrelenting, until either we go mad or it kills us.

Reverend Robin S. Swope in his "book", Slenderman: From Fact to Fiction, attempts to sort out the facts about Slenderman, using case histories that are apparently true stories of people being stalked by Slenderman. I used the word book in quotation marks because this is more of a Slenderman pamphlet than it is a true research book. Yes, it is 150 pages, but the font is large and the margins are even larger. You try with definite ease and easily finish this book in half a sitting. That being said, it's better than just blindly searching around the internet trying to discern fact from fiction yourself. It's nice to have at least one "book" that includes enough Slenderman stories to try and make a true case for the apparition.

Swope begins by going through the buzz that first surrounded the myth of Slenderman when it first appeared on the Internet, treating these case studies as pure fiction, as they were intended. Swope then puts forth three categories of "true" Slenderman stories, each category filled with enough case studies to support the claims that Slenderman may be true.
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I was excited to read this but it really was not as good as I thought it would be. The beguinning is better than the rest and it contradicts itself. At one point it shows something as proof then later it shows that it was a hoax. I dont know why I thought it was written by a girl but I did so when it got to the end and showed what the author really looked like I was surprised. There are also many spelling errors and I think that it is too short for that price.
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Very interseting factual accounts of Slenderman sightings recorded by a Catholic priest familiar with the paranormal. It really makes you think and wonder. I bought this for my 9 year old Slender-buff and he read it in 1 sitting. Very good book for a Slender fan.
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i loved this book i read the creepypasta and a other slender book but anyway if you are a fan this is really good!
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By kat on November 29, 2012
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It arrived within the time it was suppose to and it is a pretty interesting book if you are interested in Slender Man.
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