13 O’Clock Episode 229 LIVE: The Slender Man Legend and Stabbing

On this creepy and tragic installment, Tom and Jenny talk about the origins of the internet’s best-known creepypasta, Slender Man, created in 2009 and subsequently the subject of a vast number of online horror stories, films, video games, and web series such as Marble Hornets, TribeTwelve, and EverymanHYBRID. Unfortunately, the character was also the supposed inspiration for a notorious 2014 crime, as two twelve-year-old girls in Waukesha, Wisconsin stabbed their friend 19 times because they believed that Slender Man had told them to. Turn down the lights and close the blinds, because Slender Man is always watching on a LIVE episode 229.

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13 O’Clock Episode 72 – The Russian Sleep Experiment, Plus Tic Tac UFO

It’s the first episode of 2018, and things are about to get REAL creepy. Creepypasta, that is. After a brief and topical discussion of the recent “Tic Tac UFO” story that grabbed the headlines, we’re delving into the story of the infamous Russian Sleep Experiment. According to lore, a group of scientists working in Russia in the 1940s decided to subject a group of men to some extreme sleep deprivation combined with the use of an experimental stimulant gas. Spoiler alert: shit didn’t go too well, and an insane and shocking bloodbath ensued. But did this horrific experiment ever really happen? Tom and Jenny are on the case, so brew up the stimulant of your choice and try to stay awake for episode 72.

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Clip at the beginning: The Russian Sleep Experiment Official Short Film. Song at the end: “Never Sleep Again” by The Crest. Link to the 1940 film Experiments in the Revival of Organisms.

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