Slender Man Meets His Fate

Story section originally written May 31, 2017, and dedicated to Payton Leutner , her family, and to the woman who was attacked by her daughter. Payton was stabbed by two school mates. All because those girls believed in a fictional character called Slender Man, a belief that was anything but discouraged by internet trolls, pranksters and fandoms.

So please keep this in mind if you are at all tempted to feel sorry for Slender Man after this read.

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The nightmare of his imminent beheading was enough to make Slender Man awaken in a state of initial panic. The sound of his summoning bell roused him out of his dream. It was a comforting sound. It meant he could rise and join his friends at a certain house to participate in torturing and grooming a special young girl. Groggy with sleep, he got hastily but clumsily to his feet and started in the direction of the sound.

When he caught sight of the one carrying the bell, his head turned crimson and pulsed. He gasped in shock.

"What's the matter, Slender Boy?" the woman probed sharply.

He couldn't believe what he was seeing. After all this time, could it be she had found him again?

She sneered. "Did you really think you could just get rid of me by waking up?"

Slender Man wasn't about to show her any sign of being unnerved. He returned the sneer, saying, "I haven't got time for your silly games. Now if you will excuse me, some mischief-makers are in need of a lesson."

"You talking about the ones who set fire to your woods on Earth? They're long gone."

Slender Man shook his head. How in the world had she found him again? Did she get inside his head and make him reveal things to her in his sleep? Slender Man had thought only he could do that to people. It had given him a high watching people terrorized when at his nonexistent mercy, but it royally sucked getting beaten at his own game.

"So... Snake got your tongue, Slendy?" she chuckled. "Just as well. I'd be scared of saying the wrong thing if I was you too.

"What do you want with me?" slender Man tried to sound annoyed to hide the singularly rattling experience it was, even for him, to stare a waking nightmare in the face.

She seemed to clam up, scowling at him, but saying nothing.

Slender Man felt his throat get strangely tight. He shook his head and looked around, and then an idea came to him. Screaming at her. Perhaps if he yelled loud enough, the nightmare would vanish, and he would become fully awake. "You tell me or I'll rip your gizzard out and eat it! while your heart is still - "

"Shut up!" she sternly cut him off, edging closer, her expression darkening even more. "Did you think I found you by accident? Were you expecting to take me by surprise and get revenge?"

"You were supposed to be gone out of my life since the day those stupid ex-proxies set that fire and I got spirited away to the safety of this planet!

She scoffed. "I have been going after you for a long time! Too long! And there are a few things you need to get straight. Your helper ratted you out to me."

"What!?" Slender Man's facial contours gaped into the shape of an open-mouthed expression, with bulging round balls forming where his eyes should be.

Oh, yes," she said smugly, "that came as a surprise to him too. He kidnapped my good friend, Lissy, the little girl you both planned to make your pet project. He used her to try getting to me, and then he got the bright idea to tell us both how you and he escaped death."

What!?" Slender Man roared, head turning red with rage. How could he be so stupid!?"

"He's probably asking himself that same question. He didn't know who he was dealing with, and he will never be in any condition to help you again.


Then Slender Man became aware of an unfamiliar sound, in the distance. In all his teleportations, He'd heard rushing water before, but they had always been streams and rivers in places outside his woods, never from within them.

"What's happening here!?" slender Man started off to go investigate.

"Speaking of which, Slender Boy," she started to say.

Slender Man bristled. The shadow enemy used to call him that. Maybe she would turn out to be just that. He had his doubts however.

I got a good look around your cute little wood, it looks a lot like the one you had before. Hate to say it, but it looks like you and your friend really pulled out all the stops to get this environment going in just a few years."

"Just who are you?" he demanded. "Who do you think you are coming in here and talking to me that way?"

"I don't 'think' I'm anybody, Slender Boy, that's your thing. You've thought an awful lot of yourself and you managed to scare some people into thinking you're some kind of deity, and others just played along for the 'lulz' as your friends the trolls say." She looked balefully at him. "I don't go along with any of that crowd. Their stupidity, left unchecked, culminated in - "

"You haven't told me who you are!" Slender Man bellowed, cutting her off. He hoped that would intimidate her into silence while he tried to figure out why she still hadn't started showing any signs of fear or weakness before him.

Her scowl intensified. "I am the elf who's shadow menaced you for a few years as I tried to get a group effort going to bring you down. I am the elf who got rid of Candle Jack and others at your Creepy Pasta Manor on Earth. I'm also the elf who force-drained your companion here on this planet.


"I'll kill you, Elf Girl!" Slender Man bellowed, aiming electricity at her.

It had no effect.

Slender Man stood motionless for a while, probably trying to wrap his head around what was happening.

"there's something else you need to know about this elf girl." she began.

Slender Man began feeling a strange tingling that started at his head, then made its way down to his shoulders.

The elf continued. "She doesn't forget things easily, or give up when she really wants something very badly. Years after a disgustingly covetous character on some show paid another character to torment another with horrific childhood memories to the point where the victim cried, out loud, like a baby, I could have cheerfully wrung their freaking necks - both tormentor and the one paying her."

The tingling was down to just below his butt, and he made a desperate grab for the summoning bell the elf was still holding.

She move it out of reach, turned, and threw it with all her might on the ground.

The bell shattered, and with it, went any power it possessed.

No!" Slender Man hollered, feeling his knees turn to rubber.

The elf continued. "Years later, my niece probably doesn't remember those characters at all, and my Mom vaguely remembers the tormentor as a wicked witch, and instigator as a spoiled brat." She turned back and approached Slender Man. She lowered her voice to an unnerving near-whisper to emphasize, "But I remember their names, and I remember what they did. and I would go after them and wipe those smug smiles off their faces today if given half a chance."

Slender Man never thought he would be confronted by anyone with this kind of personality. He didn't know how to react, so he just waited uneasily for her to finish speaking. Meanwhile, he flexed and shook his tentacles and tendrils, and tried to summon what power he used to make children quiver and submit to his will. Once the elf started showing signs of cracking, Slender Man would have the upper hand, and he planned to make sure she knew it.

The elf's cold stare never wavered. "Do the names Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier ring a bell? Do you remember what they did to Payton Leutner on May 31, 2014?"


Slender Man flinched, but tried to cover his fraying nerves with indignation. "You're still mad at me for that?" He straightened up as tall as he could go, and did his best faceless stare down at the elf, turning his laser carved face away. The blob of a round head formed facial contours on the blank side facing Hher.

She glared furiously at him. "You must've thought that was your greatest accomplishment. Getting a bunch of fictional people doing everything for you was one thing, but that you somehow managed to get a couple of girls in my world to believe in you that much..."

"What of it? You think your little tantrum is going to make me feel bad about it?" He taunted."

"Oh, please!" the elf began to retort. But she had offended him, so he kept going.

"The only thing that annoys me," Slender Man ranted, "is how the other fans reacted. You know, you're probably the only one who really understands me, little elf."

"Understanding doesn't mean sympathizing." She replied.

"All right, I'll admit it." Slender Man said. "Those other fans made posts about how those girls gave me and a whole genre a bad name." He watched the elf's expression turn scornful, then continued. "But I can read in your face that you disagree."

"Can you also read that you still get no fear and adoration from me?"

Oh, but you didn't kill me yet. Whatever that was you just did had only a short-term effect." Slender Man said.

"I haven't finished with you yet. I was holding back." she replied.

Slender Man tried a different approach. Clearly the elf knew about his exploits, but maybe she had no idea he could seem sympathetic when he wanted to be. He stepped toward the elf and put a large, white hand on her shoulder. "You seem to be such a lonesome elf. I know about loneliness, too."

But even this didn't throw her off. The elf tossed his hand off her shoulder. "Cut the crap!" She made a wiping motion as if she was trying to get something disgusting off her shoulder. "It won't work! Your pal found that out too...Fact is, you're too stupid to be sympathetic, or feel bad about anything other than not getting your own freaking way!"

"Look, what did I ever do to you? Slender Man griped.

"You're a bully. You're a sadist. You're a stalker. You're a kidnapper. You're a molester. You're a slaver. You're a cannibal. You're a killer - of fictional kids - and you scare the heck out of some from the real world. You kill the younger members of a family, leaving the older ones injured and having to take the fall because everybody thinks they were the ones to snap and kill their younger siblings or cousins or whatever. You make kids harm and kill themselves for you! You rip families apart!"

Slender Man tried one more angle. If she wouldn't scare or fall for his sympathy ploy, there was another idea that just might do the trick. It even worked with Jeff for a time.

"If you'd just let me help you, you could have more power than your wildest dreams. Don't you see, you and I, we could work together if you'd give it a chance." He appealed. After all, who could resist the call of power and popularity?

"Oh, you have got to be kidding!" the elf said incredulously, looking at him with disgust."That idea is utterly beneath me, as your pal also found out! The only thing I'd wanna share with you is a plague."

Pride wounded, Slender Man leered down at her, then gave a loud roar.

Instead of shrinking back in fear, the elf advanced on him, looking as if she wanted to tear him to pieces. Give me a reason not to end you right here and now!"

Slender Man smirked. "As I was saying, your understanding is correct. I couldn't be happier about what happened in your world. But now you're in mine, and you won't hold out much longer and then - "

"You still have no idea, Slender Boy. I always hated you, even before the stabbings in 2014. Those horrendous acts, and everyone else's reluctance and indifference to even say anything against you, only made my rage more intense - with - each - passing - day!"


Slender Man winced, silently rebuking himself for his inaction. But he was curious about how long she would keep this up before suddenly crumpling in fear on her own. After all, the longer she mouthed off at him, the more he would savour her demise once she came to her senses, if only he could figure out how to get to her short of outright smothering her. That would be a far too quick and easy death.

The elf went on. "I would've gladly ended you the day I learned about the stabbings, but silly me," she gave a bitter chuckle, "thought I could get a big group effort going. To make them lose their fear of you, and to make you realize just how despised you are."

Slender Man sharpened his false face contours both out of anger and as an attempt to intimidate the elf. "Instead, I will make your death agony especially prolonged when you get smart and fear me. Your torture will be like nothing I've done to anyone before - "

"Shut up!" She suddenly shouted, glowering up at him. Then she resumed her rant. "It was never enough for me to have just a few people like Jessica Smith against you. I always wanted people from my world uniting with me in implementing your demise. But everywhere I looked, all I found were people going 'Slender Man is so scary! Slendy is awesome.' 'Slender Man creeps me out so much.' Or they thought it they could fight you with 4chan, or just make a silly game of it." Her features distorted with contempt. "They're not interested in taking you down - AT ALL!" She fumed. "Well I can't wait decades for this to happen, so once again, this is something I have to do myself!" The words were spat out with such coldness, unnerving Slender Man once again.

Slender Man gaped, or at least, he did the equivalent if it couldn't be seen as such visibly. Except for Net Girl, Elf Girl, and the shadow, never before had he been met with such fearlessness. Sure, some people showed a bit of bravado in the beginning, but that had always evaporated within moments. But if this was really the same girl who beheaded Eyeless Jack, she wasn't fooling.

"Understand?" She said sternly, with a look to match.

"Netgirl" had shown him he was a despicable fraud. Of no use to the world as all he had done was try to destroy everything and everyone he touched. "Elf Girl" was showing him he had no real power despite all his boasting and what he had managed to do to his fictional conquests. Even worse was having his own specialties being used against him. Never before had he encountered people, fictional or real, who were so determined and successful at winning the war of wills against him.

Slender Man threw as big a burst of electricity and crushing mental-zapping force at her as he could.

Nothing happened. The elf remained resolute, and in control of her faculties.

His nerve broke. "I understand you're not getting me." slender Man moved away from the elf, but the trees he ran to, suddenly pushed him back with an angry shout.

The elf grinned.

When Slender Man stood up, stunned, he found his suit was all wet. He looked around, baffled by the absence of rainfall, but more than a bit perturbed. "What is wrong with this place!?"

Perhaps it was only a sudden gust of wind through the trees, but it sounded very much like they said, "You!" in reply.

"It has awakened and is finally rejecting you, Slender Boy!"

There came another gust of wind.

"Stop calling me that, Elf girl!"

"Hah, and you actually think that offends me." the elf shot back. "This is just the start of things going badly for you at last!

"you worthless, disgusting brat.” He narrowed his inky eyes, his smile taking on a truly sadistic tint. “If you try anything again, I willmake you beg for death. Every torture you can imagine, I have perfected. There will not be enough left of you for-"

Blood gushed from a newly made wound in his right thigh..

Slender Man cussed at himself. In his overconfidence, so busy trying to intimidate her with threatening words, he had failed to see her light saber appear in her hand.

"I've wanted to do this for ages!" the elf ranted. A tiny wave broke over the spot where Slender Man stood unsteadily. It bowled him over. Another wave broke, and the blood was less visible.

The elf shone the light saber into the wave and called out, "Katie Jensen!" She repeated the name a couple more times.

"No!" Slender Man moaned in dismayed disbelief.

Even up to this point, Slender Man had been holding out hope that this elf was just a case of seriously prolonged bravado that would eventually get scared into submission. Now he realized without a doubt that he was dealing with something much different, something which he had no power or control over.

Soon, his thigh swelled up and popped like a huge zit. From that, a red-haired girl emurged, looking bewildered.

"Katie Jensen,"You must return home now. What happened is a nightmare that will fade from your memory, and your family will forget."

What - hap - " Katie stammered.

"No time to explain." The elf touched Katie's shoulder with the blad that would not harm her.

The girl disappeared.

The elf repeated the same procedure, reviving Katie's school mates at the time Slender Man had attacked. Their names were Hallie Knudsen, Chloe, Tom, and Wren. Slender Man had absorved them all into himself, so the Elf had to wound him in several places to get his victims out.

When the last victim was revived and sent back in time to their homes so Slender Man could be erased from their lives, Slender Man himself lay helplessly, waiting until he could recover enough to do something about his situation.

Already he was nearly healed from the wounds, but he didn't feel strong let alone invinceable any more.

The elf looked down at him. "Now, for you, at long last!" she snarled.

Slender Man's will to survive kicked in, and he summoned all the will and strength he could muster to retreat from the elf to run for shelter. Once again, he got shoved back by another tree.

Slender Man gave up on the trees, and headed for the bathroom complex, with the elf in hot pursuit.


Water rushed fast and furiously at his feet now, and he wasn't sure the ground itself hadn't actually started to heave under him. Several times, he stumbled. Branches snagged his suit as he hurried on by.

Water poured into the complex.

Slender Man climbed on to the vanity to sit and think.

"It's no use running from it, the water is only going to get higher." said the elf.

"Oh, well, this isn't the only place to get away." slender Man scrambled out, then ran awkwardly, trying not to slip and fall on tree roots that stuck out of slippery ground. The water was knee-high and making for slow going.

"Oh, this stupid flood!" He grumbled. But he kept on running, until he caught sight of the red tower. He decided to take refuge there, scrambling inside and climbing to the very top.


Trying to compose himself, he looked around and out a window. What he saw made him begin feeling seasick.

The water was a furious rushing torrent at the bottom of the tower, inundating it one and a half stories up. Waves were starting to roll.

Minutes later, he heard someone running toward him and trying to catch their breath. "Oh, I can't believe it." He muttered, and looked toward the source of the sound.

Sure enough, there she was.

"Stop following me, you stinking, stupid elf, get away!"

She took a few moments more to catch her breath, and replied amid panting, "Uh-uh, the note on the side of the tower says 'follows' and you'll never be free of me as long as you're alive."

The wind howled, the tower swayed.

"Stalker elf. Ugh." slender Man acted disgusted.

"Oh yeah, elves can do that, too, Slender Boy, you might've heard of Zippy? He got a bit too attached to someone whose house he was stationed in one Christmas - anyway, *you* have a problem with stalking activity because?" She looked accusingly at him.

"That's different. I'm Slender Man. You're supposed to be a nice little elf, I think."

The elf guffawed.


The wind howled. Thunder rolled. The tower rocked. The sky was gloomy and it was raining heavily.

Slender Man glanced nervously out the window.

Trees were being flung about like match sticks. Vehicles and smaller buildings were toppled and rolled.

"Oh, I can be a nice little elf," she said in a mock timid voice, which rose to a threatening snarl with, "until somebody gets on my bad side."

Another wave shook the tower.

Slender Man shuddered. "This has got to subside soon."

The elf suddenly grinned and said cheerfully, "Oh! And guess whose idea this ocean is."


Two of Slender Man's trucks collided and were reduced to scrap. The tower rocked and leaned.

"O-Ocean?" slender Man stammered. "No! It can't be!"

"Yeah. It's only equal to the amount of all the tears you caused in all the time travelling teleportation conquest crap you did! You've done more than all right for yourself, living off fear and victimization. Well it's time something was done about it! You've gotten away with this crap far too long!"

slender Man reached out to the elf in a panic. "You got to help me out of this, elf - I mean... - what's your name again?"

"Hah! So much for your 'all-knowing, all-seeing." she scoffed. "It's Hanima...Of The Waves! Or you can just call me Ocean!"

"Slender Man turned from the elf to look out the window in dismay. "I might've known it meant something like that." he said sulkily.

"Oh," she added, "and, you just told me to leave you alone a few moments ago."

"Have a heart!" Slender Man pleaded.

The elf turned ferociously on him. "You, telling me, to ' have a heart'? You dare make that kind of request? How many people begged that of you with their dying breaths?"

The water was two thirds of the way up and the waves only went higher and higher with each roll.

"No! Elf! Please!"

"That's Ocean to you!" she said forcefully.

"Make it stop! Don't let the ocean get me!"

The Ocean Elf let out a peal of laughter, then mocked him. "'Don't let the ocean get me!' Oh, that's hilarious! I wish my friends and anyone who was ever afraid of you, could see this."

Lightning flashed, followed almost immediately by a horrific thunder crash.

"Do something! Stop it! Slender Man shouted, going into full panic.

"It's an ocean, Slender Boy, it's going to do what it darn well pleases!"

The tower rocked with the waves, tipping further and further. Foundations creaked and groaned with the bitterly howling wind.

"Help!" Slender man screamed, scuttling to and from the window. "Help! I don't wanna die!"

The elf stared impassively at him.

"Don't let me die!"

"Why on earth should anybody even try to save you?"

Slender Man went down on his knees. "This is my LIFE! I can't even teleport out of here and Hamgod knows I've tried!"

Another pounding wave.

"That's the whole idea, Slendy, you've done too much for too long. Even if you could get out of this alive, you wouldn't change," the elf said bitterly, "you'd be the same sadistic piece of crap you have always been! And, you'd have an even bigger ego about surviving this."

"I'll give you my woods, my mansion, everything!"

"Bull! I don't even want it!"

"Just stop it! Do something!"

"It's too late for that, you can't give me what the ocean has already taken from you. I wouldn't even accept a billion bucks from you, and the only thing you'd give me if it was possible to save you, is agony."


Slender Man shuddered and let out a whimper as another wave hit, cutting the elf's speech off.

She got in front of him and right up in his face to continue. "If not directly, you'd go after my loved ones, and your thought life would be filled with all kinds of heinous suffering you'd wish on me."

"I don't wanna die! I don't wanna die!" Slender Man screamed, flailing about.

More ocean motion.

"I'll give you one chance to fix what you've done." the elf finally said. "Use that notorious supposed colossal bunch of super powers of yours for good and repair the damage you've done. Return every victim to their families, alive and unharmed, with your apologies, throughout all of the time and space you took up. Then it'll be as it should, with nothing done to them by you. you never were there, no one will remember you.."

"What!?" Slender Man shrieked in disbelief. "I might as well not exist!"

"Exactly." said the elf. "I repaired what I could, only a handful of cases that were written out that I could manage to fix. You still have to undo the rest of it, all the ones not specifically named and written out in detail."

"That's hundreds of thousands!" Slender Man shrilled..

"return them to where they were before you interfered, and this ocean will disappear, and you'll get a nice cell in Ghost jailfor as long as you live instead. Otherwise, you're a goner."

I - I - I - " Slender Man stammered. How could he admit this was impossible, that his so-called invincibility and limitless power was a big sham? "Just stop that ocean!" he shouted desperately.

I can't do that. You're the only one who can, by doing what it demands of you."

You're the one who created it!" he retorted.

From your history." said the elf. Only you can put that right."

Another wave hit.

No!" Slender Man screamed.

"Then you have no chance, Slender Boy."

"Help me! Save me! Help! Help! Help! Don't let it kill me!"

"Time for you to get smashed, mangled!" said the elf. "Let the Urmila Ocean claim you and let the good times roll!"

Just then, a great wave hit the tower, smashing the window in.

Slender Man clambered desperately out and used his lanky legs and intennae to scale the rest of the tower. He flailed and grasped wildly at the quaking outer wall, then ducked in behind some structure on the roof.

The next wave shook the tower into pieces, sending the top of it along with the terrified and shrieking Slender Man, plunging headlong into the furious waves.


Slender Man screamed in abject terror and flailed wildly about, looking desperately for something to hang on to.

There was no sign of the elf.

When slender Man's head was submerged, the first thing he heard was an eerily calm voice that resounded through his head with this advice:

"Don't play hide-and-seek with an ocean... You won't win."

Soon after, he heard all the cries of those he had caused suffering, echoing through time and space.

When he could get his head out of the water, all he heard was the howling wind and roaring ocean.

Any debris he got close enough to grab, came at him so violently that it drew blood. His flailing tentacles sometimes got caught in twisting, sinking trees or some other wreckage.

Slender Man tried to raise his voice in authority, though he had a sinking feeling it wouldn't work. "Stop this right now!"

It brought no relief.

"Hannah!" he cried, getting her name wrong, "Help me!"

There was no answer.

"Elf!" he called. He was answered by a wave that submurged him. Once again the eerie echoing screams resounded through his head. Then he bobbed to the surface again.

"Ocean! I command you to stop!" Slender Man did his best attempt at a bellow. Not easy in the midst of a crashing, pounding, stormy sea.

It did nothing but make him look utterly stupid, but at this point, he couldn't have cared less if the whole world was watching. All he wanted was out of this nightmare.

The ocean showed no mercy. If anything, it seemed to be even more violent as it heaved and swelled, heaved and swelled, tossing slender Man like a piece of driftwood, pounding at his woods and everything in it, turning structures and great trees to bits of debris which surfaced from time to time, but eventually disappeared.

slender Man's ordeal went on and on, Urmila's punishing waves and rough wind when his head was above water, screams, cries and shouts when below. He was twisted and pummelled in every direction, torn this way and that. Tentacles got smashed to pieces between rock and metal and anything else being hurled by the stormy sea. Skin and flesh came off. Blood ran. Muscle tore, and bones were broken. It was getting harder and harder to get his head above water. His moans and curses were unanswered except by more waves.

Then, when the ocean had reached its capacity, being that the amount of water now included the amount of tears shed by people in the elf's world due to the real life stabbings, Urmila had one more horror in store for Slender Man.


Whether this was happening to the whole ocean or just the part of it he was in, Slender Man didn't know, but the temperature rose rapidly until it was boiling and steaming.

Slender Man struggled and screamed in vain. There was no escaping Urmila's scalding fury. Battered and torn, bleeding out, and weakening with every punishing second as the relentless ocean took more from him than he could give. Slender Man's head submerged longer each time it went under, until he finally succumbed.

Not even this was enough to quiet the ocean. It kept storming until Slender Man was eventually dashed to pieces against rock formations, large chunks of debris, and by the violent motion of the waves themselves. Dead, boiled, and reduced to molecular, then atomic level, then into utter nothingness.


That ocean pounded and churned until it had washed away all trace of Slender Man's woods and anything in it.

Such was the death of a thoroughly corrupt monster, whose personality was as twisted as his tenticles. . Yes, all bad things must come to an end, too.


End notes: If you are tempted to think Hanima the Ocean Elf was too hard on Slender Man, here are some reasons to rethink that notion.

Slender Man Information pay attention to the descriptions of the things he likes to do to his victims.

Slender Man StoriesVarious stories of terror Slender Man has visited on some victims, and these are only a few among gazillions counting all the fan fiction out there. I couldn't resist linking back here at the end, though.

Slender Man Sickness I always wanted to have this creep done in for being such an annoying meme, but this really kicked it into high gear. That is why the dedication mentioned at the start.

About this story itself and why a few things are present:

The names Hanima and Urmila are Indian, and their meanings are - Hanima, of the waves - and Urmila, Waves Of Passion.

The music links in this story section are to various artists performing Chopin's Etude 25-12, which has been dubbed "Ocean". Chopin is said to have composed this around the time Russia had attacked Poland, so that would have been upsetting to say the least. Besides sounding like a stormy ocean probably by accident, there is so much in this music, struggle, fierce determination, hope, fear, and triumph. What better piece to fit with this story than this?

Finally, Chopin Ocean Etude Op. 25 No. 12_ Machiko plays classical piano despite arthritis.

Worst Jobs In History - Maritime

God bless you all. Payton, Leutner family, and others directly effected by the Slender crime, and anyone reading this.


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