Slender Man

A story based around the true tales and actual records of a paranormal entity that has plagued our world since time began. We follow Harry Cobain, a researcher into this phenomenon as he makes a big speach about the entity at a conference. But he does not know that a man sits in the audience, and will change his life, showing him the true face of Slender Man. WARNING: contains descriptions of actual crimes which include the killing of small children. Read with caution.


12. Interview #1

These are the actual transcripts of an interview held by Dr. Sanderson during a psychiatric examination of criminologist Harry Cobain. (Real name omitted to protect identity, location also omitted)

First interview, 17th January 2007

Dr. Sanderson (S):  Mr. Cobain, what can you tell me about what you saw.

Harry Cobain (H): It wasn't what I saw, it's what I didn't see.

S: Explain for me.

H: (Sighs) There were no footprints. No murder weapon. (Pause) No motive.

S: Did that scare you?

H: Terrified me.

S: How did you feel when you saw the bodies.

H: How do you think I felt?

S: Please, just explain for me.

H: Well, it wasn't like anything that I had seen before. Mutilated bodies. Some sort of ritualistic placement. The organs (Pause) hanging, in the trees.

S: It sounds horrific.

H: Worst I'd ever seen. 

S: You said you knew who did this.

H: I do.

S: Who did it please Mr. Cobain?

H: (Pause) You're going to think i'm crazy.

S: No one is thinking that, you're suffering from post-traumatic stress. It's perfectly normal, but you need to help me to help you. Now who did you say did this?

H: He's known as Slender Man. You're aware of the myth?

S: I've heard things. What makes you think it was him?

H: Like I said, there was no evidence. Nothing. No marks, no fingerprints, no blood splatter! There was nothing, and there is always something, especially with homicides on this scale. Seven teenagers and no evidence.

S: Do you think you're just placing blame on this Slender Man because you can't work it out for yourself? 

H: I don't think so, it has to be him. It has to be.

S: I think time away from the case would help the healing process.

H: No. I don't want off the case.

S: I'm sorry Harry. I see no other way.

Harry refused to let the case drop. On the 2nd Feburary 2007 Harry Cobain was dismissed from the police force, and was asked to see a police psychologist once a week for six months. Harry missed his second visit and failed to rearrange another appointment.
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