The two girls, 12, who allegedly carried out an attack on their friend by stabbing her 19 times for a fictional character named Slender Man, referred to the incident as ‘stabby, stab, stab’ while being interviewed by police.
Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, both 12, were arrested within hours of the brutal stabbing that left their friend for dead. They were later interviewed by detectives separately, which is when Morgan described the violent incident as “stabby, stab, stab.” Awful.
Slender Man Stabbing: Girls, 12, Call Murder Plot ‘Stabby, Stab, Stab’
On Saturday, May 31, in Waukesha, Wisconsin, a cyclist discovered a 12-year-old girl laying in the middle of his bike path covered in blood. He immediately called 911, and shortly after the girl was rescued by emergency personnel, two of her friends were arrested in connection with the attack.
Morgan and Anissa, both 12, held nothing back as they revealed the gruesome details of their alleged murder plot. The girls explained that they planned the attack as a sacrifice for their favorite mythological figure, Slender Man.
The official criminal complaint filed by the state of Wisconsin reveals that during Morgan’s interview, she heartlessly referred to the violent attack as “stabby, stab, stab.”
“Geyser stated after they were at the bathroom they went by some trees by the dead end and then, ‘stabby, stab, stab,” reads the criminal complaint, dated Monday, June 2.
“It was weird that I didn’t feel any remorse,” Morgan also told the detective.
Hearing that Morgan referred to the violent act so carelessly is very troubling.
Morgan & Anissa Used A Secret Language To Plot Murder
The girls, whose fascination with the fictional Slender Man turned deadly, also told detectives that they began planning the attack six months prior in Dec. 2013.
According to the criminal complaint which details their individual interviews with detectives, they used code words so that no one would know what they were up to.
“Cracker” was used for both “knife” and “killing,” while “camping trip” was used to describe their escape plan.
For some reason, the girls believed that Slender Man lived in a mansion in Nicolet National Park in northern Wisconsin. They were arrested while walking alongside a nearby highway, allegedly on their way to the park where they believed Slender Man lived.
— Lauren Cox