The Goatman. This is long as , but it's good... I remember being told stories of the Wendigo as a child. Can honestly say I'm not sleeping tonight.
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#15 - Degenerate (03/22/2013) [-]
I remember being told stories of the Wendigo as a child. Can honestly say I'm not sleeping tonight.
#2 - midnightcat (03/11/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I think the reason this is getting negative thumbs is because of the length. It personally was a great story and gave me the creeps (that rarely happens) but the thing that really bothered me were that some parts were really confusing such as keeping track of everyone and the person who wrote seemed to rush through it and not give the details for it to make sense. overall 7/10 would read again.

And for the people looking at this comment, it's worth the read!
User avatar #13 - navadae (03/14/2013) [-]
i hate you so much right now
so much.
#17 - iamthechanman (05/22/2014) [-]
Everything I'm about to type is according to legend, I'm not saying any of this is credible.

This story sounds like a young, and early stage wendigo. According to the legend, wendigos tend to stalk their pray for long periods of time, ******* with their heads and **** before they decide to go for the kill. At it's earlier stages, wendigos look near human, which could explain the creepy girls appearance. As for why she wasn't understanding anything that was being said to her and why she wasn't saying anything, well wendigos don't understand a word of anything, however, they can learn to mimic sounds like parrots do. Older wendigos can do this flawlessly, so the thing in this story was probably not very experienced, as it sounded like a dying cat and said the only repeated phrase it heard. It is also said that wendigos tend to stare maniacally at intended pray, which would explain the whole deadeyed stare thing. As to why it didn't kill anyone, some wendigos, particularly early stage ones, tend to try and cling to what little humanity they have left, so if this story is true, this guy is lucky to be alive, especially since his cabin was infiltrated twice. Apparently, a wendigo would normally slaughter everyone inside and turn the cabin into it's new lair.

Like I said though, just some **** I've read from the legends. I'm slightly skeptical about monsters like this. Not so much with ghosts and demons. I've seen plenty of that. TOO SPOOKY.
#16 - screwyolo (03/23/2013) [-]
I just read this at freakin 1 in the morning and i have to pee but i'm too scrared to get up.
User avatar #14 - tacobadger (03/22/2013) [-]
annndd urine everywhere
#7 - riathewolf (03/13/2013) [+] (2 replies)
But wait a minute, hold up...
Did it ever actually hurt anyone? Like really? I could have just missed something (considering it's 2:30am here) but it just seems like it was sneaking in like "Hey bros, mind if I hang out? Eat some food, listen to some stories and **** ? Yo, these trailers/cabins are nice, I'mma just chill with you guys for a bit, kthnx."

Maybe it was just Stag-man's less grumpy cousin?
#6 - anonexplains (03/12/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I remember watching a documentary on the goatman when i was little, when animal planet used to do that show "animal X "or whatever it was called gave me nightmares for weeks.
#3 - anonexplains (03/11/2013) [-]
I feel as if he mixed up the words "cabin" and "trailer" during the story which really messed up my mind's eye. Other than that it was great and creepy
#1 - anonexplains (03/11/2013) [-]
That's OK, i never wanted to sleep again anyway.
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