Wednesday, January 26, 2011

New Theory

Okay, so now that my head's on straight (naps = the best idea ever), I would like to present this theory based in Medieval superstition.

You know that old practice where if they suspected you of being a witch, they'd throw you into a lake? Well, the reason for that was because water was believed to have an inherent purity to it. Thus, if you were a witch or otherwise "evil", you would be repelled by the water and float.

This got me thinking...Slenderman weighs less than a duck is evil, and, if Scott is right, conducts electricity to an extent that it might be his weakness. Water conducts electricity too. So maybe water is his weakness? Or at least part of his weakness? There's also the older superstition that ghosts and other spirits can't cross running water, and while Slender is not a ghost by any means (I think), he is definitely supernatural, so maybe the Water Weakness still applies? I dunno. It's just one thing I thought up.

I might start work on the timeline tonight or tomorrow. Also, need a "plan of attack" so to speak now that he's back. And for the record, no, I don't know if he's outside my window. I have the shades drawn. I am not looking outside. And no, I am not trying to shove him out of sight, out of mind. I need sleep tonight and knowing for sure that he's out there will rob me of that. (That and I'm still a little freaked out that he might try to peek while I'm changing. I know he's a humanoid abomination who wants to kill me, but Ted Bundy was a serial murderer too, AND a class-A pervert. You can never be too careful.)

Stay safe, you guys.


Happiness Aid: Behold the cutest. Puppy. Ever. (This week)


  1. Oh my god, Monty Python. You just gained like....a mole of friendship from me. (6.2 x 10 to the 23rd) ((Avagadro's number)).

    And as far as I know, yes, Slendy does not physically cross water. However, rumored that he can teleport, he always manages to get to the other side of the body of water.

    Mull it over.

    "And that, my lord, is how we know the Earth to be banana-shaped."

    I'll be around.


  2. I couldn't resist throwing that in there, mostly because Holy Grail is one of the greatest movies ever. Especially the migrating coconuts scene. And the endless British accents.

    So...the teleportation is a way of avoiding his weakness, perhaps? It's what I'd do if I had a weakness to something but could just teleport around it. It's common sense. And cheating.

    (Hey, maybe water makes him melt. Must add that to the "insane theories that probably won't work" list.)


  3. Not exactly.see,jeff was hallowed at the time.or so that was his plan,to act hallowed.i was pissed,so i thought of the tupla theory.i thought of jeff,and thought of his plan to escape the proxy,thinkong nothing of it,i started writing my suprise,jeff said he saw my he "defeated it" but in the end,it wae just jeff going a bit technically,it was all in his head.i was just playing along until he got better.

  4. Uh...sorry, I might be missing something, but what does that have to do with what we're talking about? :/


  5. Attention fellow Keepers and members of the Isabel Initiative! A theory has been published on how to Kill the Slenderman; you can find it here: Good luck to us all.

    Also, I love Monty Python, The Holy Grail was just epic. :D