In the early hours of May 31, 2014, in the quiet, suburban town of Waukesha, Wisconsin, two teenage girls successfully lured a classmate into the woods. What took place next was unfathomable yet disturbing, even to the average video gamers. Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier proceeded to stab their innocent 12-year-old girlfriend 19 times. Their justification for attempting to commit first-degree murder was done as a willful sacrifice for mythological fictional character better known as ‘Slenderman,’ whose leisure, daily activities also consisted of “abducting and traumatizing…children.” Once the two alleged proxies began their 300 mile journey toward Slenderman’s home, the victim, Payton Leutner, miraculously exerted what was of her remaining force into crawling to a nearby biking path. Subsequent to discovering the heavily bleeding teen in inflicted wounds and stabs, the heroic cyclist immediately contacted the police for urgent attention care. As of the most recent update on the Slenderman stabbing case, defense attorneys representing the convicted homicide murders have launched a request to attenuate the bail price from half a million dollars to a reasonable price. If such request is rejected by juries and the now 14-year-old girls are tried and convicted in an adult court for their deliberate and premeditated crime, each could serve up to 65 years in county jail.