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You're Not Alone (Slenderman X Reader) ch 9 “Are you still reading those stories? You are aware that he’s no longer here, right? There's nothing to worry about,” (Best friend) says, shaking her head, as she enters your room. She throws her suitcase onto your bed, ready for a long night.
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It has been a little over a year now since the night Slenderman left you alone in your room. That night, he made you see the truth. That night, he put the world into black and white. That night, he shattered your reality. And you hated him for it. Nonetheless, he was right. Your parents proved that to you the next day, when your relationship with them was destroyed.
“Call me crazy, insane, whatever, but I really can’t help myself.” You glance at the computer screen before you. “These stories depict him as a monster. One who likes to stalk children in the woods and kill them. And yet, I’m completely enthralled by him.”
Eventide - Chapter 10
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My head was a whirl. It had been four days since I'd seen any sign of Slender. Bronte and Madeline had, luckily, dropped the subject. I had asked them to keep quiet and not mention it, which they were decently happy to do. Well, Madeline was. Bronte, on the other hand, she seemed to be wildly entertained by the whole thing. She had told Leslie, who had sent me quite a few angry texts. He was still nervous at the mention of Slender, though why, I couldn't exactly get out of him.
One day after school I was driving home when I noticed an all-too-familiar motorcycle in my rear view mirror. I pulled into the apartment parking lot and rolled down my window. Leslie pulled up next to me.
"Hey, do you have a minute?"
He parked his bike and followed me into my apartment. I watched him quietly as he set his helmet on the table and pulled off his backpack, unzipping it and pulling out his laptop. He turned it on and quickly launched the browser, opening up a couple of different tabs.
Eventide - Chapter 9
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Madeline blubbered helplessly, her eyes locked on Slender's expressionless yet somehow cocky face. I just glared at him, sitting up and crossing my arms.
"You have yet to learn the art of subtlety."
He reached a tendril out and pulled a strand of hair out of my face before running the length of black flesh down my cheek.
"Ugh, subtlety. Subtlety's boring."
I craned my neck away, still giving him an icy look. I cast a glance over to Madeline, who was still frozen. I reached over as shook her shoulder gently.
"Hey, hey... Snap out of it, you're alright..."
She blinked and looked at me before letting out a pitiful, frightened moan and slumping over, passing out over my feet.
"Great, now see what you did?"
I tried to wriggle my feet out from underneath her limp body as Slender nearly fell over in a fit of laughter.
"Oh shut up."
I grunted out. He knelt down and held his stomach, quivering in laughter.
"Her reaction was almost as great as yours!"
I grumbled and pulled Maddie up into the bed