Whilst Alex himself has mysteriously vanished, the video clips he left behind him become increasingly disturbing, as the Slender Man peers from distant corners.
Now at twenty-two episodes or 'entries' long the Marble Hornets Project' has greatly increased the range of the Slender Man Myths reach, with some unfamiliar with the legends origin taking it at face-value, and they in turn spread the legends grip further still.
Could it be that more and more people are coming on board with the intention only of spreading this legend further and wider for fun, or could it be that those fooled, the impressionable and compulsive liars alike tell tall tales in attempts to impress or confuse friends and strangers.
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Like the Tulpa of Tibetan Buddhism, thought-forms brought into existence merely through power of will and strength of mind.
Is it possible that if enough people believe in something, that this belief alone could give birth to its form?
You can get catfished (meaning people online lie), get corny pickup lines, and field weird requests.
(Let's not go into the details.) But it could be worse, as several women recently found out.
The Here is the SEC on the case: The SEC alleges that Thomas J.
Connerton told investors that his company Safety Technologies LLC was developing a material to make surgical gloves better resistant to cuts or punctures.
He claimed that several major glove manufacturers wanted the technology and Safety Technologies was on the brink of imminent deals that would result in large payouts for investors in his company.
But no deals have ever been anywhere close to materializing, and Connerton has emptied the company’s bank account by writing a series of checks to himself and using investor funds for his own expenses.
Connerton spent ,000 for an engagement ring for his latest online date turned investor, according to court documents filed by the SEC.