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Previous entry regarding the Slenderman has brought me to decide to bring a new game to the attention of the bloggers/readers passing by.

So the short game is this one: SLENDER 

Firstly I would like to let people know I am by NO means a pro-gamer, nor will I ever care to be. Horror gaming is something I have enjoyed as yet another additional to the “OMG that’s scaring me”

Don’t expect amazing graphics, do expect to crap yourself. If you turn off the lights and concentrate you’ll soon be immersed. The simplicity is actually what makes this highly addictive. A bit like pacman, who didn’t love just running around trying to avoid the ghosts? And if you’ve never played pacman you may wish to google it to understand what I am talking about (on and make me feel old).

Mount Everest.

Sunday People – 18th January 1976, a report ran to say a ghostly “third man” helped Dougal Haston and Doug Scott in the last stages of their climb. Dr Charles Clark the medical officer for the British team last September revealed that remarkable claim.

In the harsh conditions and thin air they felt a comforting presence at their side. They survived a horrific night just under the 29,002 summit with no food and problems with their oxygen supply.

Doug Scott, at home in Nottingham, explained a comforting presence to his left. The presence followed them into their snow-hole and Dougal was found to be speaking to someone.

22nd October 1978, the Sunday People ran a second report about Nick Estcart who claimed to have seen a figure 200 yards behind him, again on Everest. The figure vanished as he came to Camp Five where no one else could have been there.

Sometimes the oldies are the best, here goes!

John Smith was an only child and he loved scary things, such was his love of these things that he pranked and scared other people on the net where he could. John lived in Plainfield, Wisconsin and come November 2007 he got an e-mail from two girls, the Smith Sisters, Lisa and Sarah.

They claimed to be his older sisters and said they used to live in the house. He replied saying he had no sisters and to be left alone. The reply had a photo of them both, it said they had been murdered anonymously. An article about the two sisters was provided from 1993, saying they had been found in the closet skinned alive.

“In 1993, two sisters were brutally murdered in the small-town community of Plainfield, Wisconsin. Lisa Smith, 19 and her sister, Sarah Smith, 15 were attacked in their parent’s home on the night of November 17th, around 1:30AM. The Smith Sisters were lying in bed when a crazed killer broke into the house. No-one heard them scream. In the morning, their parents found the dead bodies of the Smith Sisters hidden in the bedroom closet. They had been skinned alive. The killer was long gone and no trace of him could be found. They had been murdered anonymously. Police conducted an extensive investigation, but to no avail. The motives for the attack were never discovered, nor was the attacker ever found. The only lead athorities had was a series of strange emails found in Lisa’s computer. The case was closed in October of 2000.”

The sisters were angry at being forgotten, that their parents had replaced them with the new baby, John. John told them to go to hell but five minutes later on an e-mail came to tell him to check the closet and that was the last e-mail he got, it was also the last time he was known to be alive. On the floor of his closet the police found a message carved in wood, “Lisa and Sarah – 1993” and under it “John 2007”.

No one knows what happened but John’s parents woke up to find him missing and in the closet was John. He had been skinned alive!

So does the story have any roots from reality? Ed Gein was an American Serial Killer who murdered people and decorated his house with body parts. He has a far more frightening tale, because he was real.

(picture from scaryforkids.com)