Q:If you read viewers yell why are these other vlogs touching my EMH video. Sorry but EMH like being praised while MLA is like slammed is like inconsolable. (Princess Bride Image)
Q:If you like have opinion for crossover what is your opinion final the creators final posted on unfiction of there.
Tharol, you know I have opinions on crossovers.
Q:If people ask yes there someone not white in video. Plus checking this could be the first bald person like not super old in video.
This had me laughing like a lunatic on the bus, thanks Tharol.
Q:If you check the baby was female and Sparky was female of there. Girl in forest was female in cops like came no body was found of there. The doctors wife and Jeff mother guess there some kind of pattern of there.
Women don’t last very long in EMH land, basically.
toxic-piss replied to your post:I’ve spent two hours editing the newest video…
I will!!! :) I hope more people do, I think you’ve got something unique going on here
Q:The slenderman mythos started off as a creepypasta. I don't understand why it is no longer classified as such.
The Slender Man was created on a thread in the Something Awful forum on June 8, 2009, with the goal of editing photographs to contain supernatural entities. On June 10, a forum poster with the user name “Victor Surge” contributed two black and white images of groups of children, to which he added a tall, thin spectral figure wearing a black suit. Previous entries had consisted solely of photographs; however, Surge supplemented his submission with snatches of text, supposedly from witnesses, describing the abductions of the groups of children, and giving the character the name, “The Slender Man”:
We didn’t want to go, we didn’t want to kill them, but its persistent silence and outstretched arms horrified and comforted us at the same time…
1983, photographer unknown, presumed dead.
One of two recovered photographs from the Stirling City Library blaze. Notable for being taken the day which fourteen children vanished and for what is referred to as “The Slender Man”. Deformities cited as film defects by officials. Fire at library occurred one week later. Actual photograph confiscated as evidence.
1986, photographer: Mary Thomas, missing since June 13th, 1986.
These additions effectively transformed the photographs into a work of fiction. Subsequent posters expanded upon the character, adding their own visual or textual contributions
Creepypasta – urban legends or scary stories circulating on the Internet, many times revolving around specific videos, pictures or video games. Video game “creepypasta” often involves a hacked, glitched, bootleg, or beta copy of the game, typically found in thrift shops or garage sales. They often describe gameplay changes which are particularly violent, sadistic or demonic. The term “creepypasta” is a mutation of the term “copypasta”: a short, readily available piece of text that is easily copied and pasted into a text field. “Copypasta” being a perverted version of “copy/paste”, and in the original sense of copypasta commonly referring to presumably initially sincere text (e.g. blog or forum post) perceived as undesirable or otherwise preposterous to then be copied and pasted as a form of trolling.
I got both of these bits of info from Wikipedia (all hail) - and while on paper, Slendy seems to fit the definition of creepypasta, the slenderman that we have all come to know and love has flourished thanks to video series such as Marble Hornets - denouncing MH or any other series as simply ‘creepypasta’ just isn’t right or fair to the creators.
On top of that, most Creepypastas don’t have detailed backstories and histories that are expanded upon every time someone else adds something. Slenderman’s myth was already growing even before MarbleHornets got a hold of it.
I honestly couldn’t care what it’s classified as as long as you guys keep making me afraid of the dark
Shameless self-promo for the win! I like scaring people too.
'No, that answer was clear and just what I needed to know - thanks. :) I understand the frustration now; Marble Hornets may have set all the tropes and helped define the characteristics of (and inspire) many other Slenderman-centric works, but that doesn't mean it's a creepypasta. Its creators are pioneers of a horror sub-genre, perhaps, but MH shouldn't be treated with the same term as an internet myth.'
This was the answer I just got to my ramble about the creepypasta/slenderman debate. I’m glad I could help!
I’ve spent two hours editing the newest video entry of SiTH
and I know no-one will watch it but oh well.