Podcast: Slender Man Stabbing Case


On May 31, 2014 two 12-year-old girls lured their friend into the woods and stabbed her 19 times. They did it to appease Slenderman, a creepy supernatural meme. He is described as being a tall, faceless humanoid who wears a black suit and preys on children. The little girl who was stabbed in the woods survived by dragging herself to the side of the road. A bicyclist found her and called 911. The two girls who stabbed her, Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, were found searching the woods for Slenderman’s castle so that they could become his proxies.

The NVus Alien team take on this case and find some strangeness of their own.


The NVus Alien team review and dissect Beware the Slenderman documentary.

From the HBO website:

The news horrified the world: Two 12-year-old American girls lured a friend into the Wisconsin woods and stabbed her 19 times in an effort to appease a faceless mythical entity known online as Slenderman. But there’s more to the story than the dark headlines it generated. Delving deep into this shocking crime, the sobering documentary Beware the Slenderman examines how an urban myth could take root in impressionable young minds, leading to an unspeakable act. ”

Nick Redfern talks about his book: The Slenderman Mysteries.

Who–or what–is the Slenderman? His existence began on the Internet, but he didn’t stay online. The Slenderman may be a tulpa, a thought-form that can stride out of our darkest imaginations and into reality if enough people believe in it. In May 2014, two young Milwaukee girls almost killed a friend in the name of the Slenderman. Perhaps, like the vast Skynet system in the Terminator movies, the Internet is turning against us–and attacking us with digital equivalents of our own online nightmares.


Mike Huberty talks about the paranormal haunts of the Waukesha forest, the location of the Slenderman Stabbing Case.  He speaks about his own experience with a shadow person in the area and other ghost stories that have an eerie similarity to Slenderman.

Host, Heather Woodward, talks to Jordan Erazo who says that he has had multiple run-ins with Slenderman throughout his life. He explains his sightings in detail and talks about what kind of person Slenderman shows himself. Could Jordan be haunted by Slenderman? Do his personality and sociopathic tendencies play into why Slenderman stalks him? We answer these questions and much more.


Allison Jornlin talks about the Coast to Coast interview in 2014 about Slenderman and tulpas. The Slenderman stabbing happened less than 24 hours later in the woods of Waukesha. Recipient of the Milwaukee Paranormal Conference’s 2016 Wisconsin Researcher of the Year Award, Allison Jornlin has been investigating hauntings and other strange phenomena for more than 20 years. Inspired by Chicago’s Richard Crowe, who kickstarted U.S. ghost tourism in 1973, she developed Milwaukee’s first haunted history tour in 2008. Since then Allison has led numerous haunted history tours and presented talks on a variety of Fortean topics — poltergeists, UFOs, cryptids, demonic possession, etc. Allison has been featured on TV, radio, and in print and has contributed research to books, articles, and podcasts.

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