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Slenderman: From Fiction to Fact Paperback – June 1, 2012
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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!
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.Read more ›
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This book gives a complete history of Slenderman from its internet creation to real life sightings...everything one could possibly want to know. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Michael Hornberger
Wonderful book! fun to read all the way, and very horrifying. its filled with nearly all you need to know about the slenderman and stories about people who may have spotted him,... Read morePublished 13 months ago by mustafa sayed hassan
I absolutely LOVED this book!! It gave good answers and it didn't specifically say that Slendy was real. Or not real. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Olivia McLaughlin
It is an amazing book!!!!!!! I really need more people to read it because this book is soooooooo amazing and the man who wrote this book is just accurate with everything in it!!!!!Published 16 months ago by Savonne R. Bassett
Robin is a wonderful person and a great writer I have all of his books now.Published 24 months ago by Senora E. Schoullis
I really know very little (to nothing) about the Slenderman phenomenon, but my 10 y.o. son LOVES it, and this book has kept him fascinated for weeks!Published on May 3, 2014 by Ingrid D Ingram
Honestly, I would not buy this book-a warning to you! It has many errors and even though it is 'interesting' I would not recommend it. Read morePublished on April 21, 2014 by Tasha Raven
The book freaked me out, then I gave it to my girlfriend, and she felt uncomfortable reading it. But I liked reading the beginning. :PPublished on March 24, 2014 by Leon W.