A Wisconsin teen who nearly killed a friend to please fictional horror character Slender Man has been sentenced to spend 25 years in a mental hospital. We’ve got the details.
In court, Morgan Geyser broke down in tears as she described stabbing her friend for ‘Slender Man’ in 2014. When asked where she stabbed the victim, Morgan chillingly replied ‘everywhere.’ Read her account here.
So heartbreaking. The parents of the ‘Slender Man’ stabbing suspect, Anissa Weier, are still devastated about the attempted murder that took place in 2014. In a brand new interview, they revealed, ‘we think about the victim every day.’
So shocking! A Wisconsin state appeals court ruled on July 27 that the 2 girls accused of trying to kill their classmate in an attempt to please the fictional character Slender Man, should be tried as adults. The girls were just 12 years old when they committed the heinous crime!
A Wisconsin judge has ruled that the two 13-year-old girls involved in the ‘Slender Man’ attempted murder case will be tried as adults. The pair accused of stabbing a classmate 19 times could now face up to 65 years in prison!
It’s been over a year since Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser, both 13, allegedly stabbed Payton Leutner, 13, in the woods of Wisconsin, reportedly in a ritual involving the fictional character, Slender Man. Now, a Judge has ruled that these two teenage girls will continued to be charged as adults.
It’s official: the two 12-year-old girls who allegedly stabbed their friend 19 times and left her for dead in honor of the fictional character Slender Man will stand trial — as adults.
Anissa Weier and Morgan Geyser, both 12, have been found competent to stand trial after they allegedly plotted and attempted to murder their friend, Payton Leutner, also 12. This shocking news comes 7 months after the horrifying stabbing, in which Payton was left covered in blood and stab wounds while crawling through a wooded area in Wisconsin.
The world got their first look at 12-year-old Slender Man stabbing victim Payton Leutner on ABC’s ’20/20.’ In the interview, her parents revealed her desperate fight to survive after her two best friends allegedly stabbed her 19 times in a secluded forest area in May 2013.
We’re finally getting a glimpse at Payton Leutner, the 12-year-old who suffered 19 stab wounds allegedly at the hands of her 12-year-old best friends, Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, who were obsessed with the Slender Man myth. Her identity and first photos were revealed in the world exclusive interview with 20/20 on Sept. 26, and her parents spoke out about her harrowing survival story.
Three months after being left to die in the woods, the 12-year-old girl known for being the Slender Man Stabbing victim is ready to share her inspiring story of survival.
Morgan Geyser, 12, and Anissa Weier, 12, have been in police custody since they allegedly stabbed their 12-year-old friend 19 times in the woods of their Wisconsin neighborhood. Now, after months of requesting privacy as she recovered from the brutal attack, the little girl who crawled out of the woods to find help is ready to tell her side of the story in a world exclusive interview for 20/20.
In a July 2 court hearing for the Slender Man Stabbing in Wisconsin, the results of Morgan Geyser’s mental competency evaluation were revealed.
Morgan Geyser, 12, has been in police custody since she and Anissa Weier, also 12, allegedly attacked and stabbed one of their classmates 19 times. After she was charged as an adult by the state of Wisconsin, a competency evaluation of Morgan was ordered by the court. On July 2, the results of Morgan’s evaluation by 2 different doctors were revealed during a court hearing.
The 12-year-old survivor of the Slender Man stabbing is showing her gratitude towards those who have supported her as she continues to heal and adjust to her ‘new normal.’
The 12-year-old Wisconsin girl who was allegedly stabbed 19 times by two classmates, Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, took to Facebook to thank her supporters. The little girl was viciously attacked on May 31 in an alleged attempt to impress the fictional paranormal character and internet meme, Slender Man. Now, after a miraculous recovery, the victim and her family have posted their sincere gratitude to their well-wishers on Facebook.
On June 11, the defense team for alleged Slender Man stabber Morgan Geyser, 12, requested that she undergo a competency evaluation. Interestingly enough, the team for Anissa Weier, also 12, did not make a similar request.
Morgan Geyser, 12, has been ordered to undergo a mental competency evaluation after allegedly stabbing her friend 19 times as a sacrifice to the creepy fictional character Slender Man. During the same hearing, Morgan’s alleged co-conspirator Anissa Weier, also 12, did not receive an order to undergo a competency evaluation.
A second stabbing has been linked to creepy internet meme, Slender Man. A girl, 13, allegedly attacked her own mother with a kitchen knife in their family home after writing her own stories about him. Scary.
An Ohio mother is speaking out about her 13-year-old daughter’s alleged attempt at murder in the name of Slender Man, a fictional character created online in 2009. Before she allegedly attacked her mother, the girl reportedly wrote her own short stories, and even created a “world” for Slender Man while playing a popular online game.
What a miracle. After being viciously stabbed 19 times by classmates in order to please the paranormal figure, the Slender Man victim was released from the hospital on June 6 and her family spoke out on the attack.
The Slender Man stabbing victim has been released from the hospital, her family said in a statement. The little girl, who was stabbed 19 times by classmates Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier in the name of the Slender Man figure, is making major strides in her recovery.
The man who originally created Slender Man has finally opened up about the horrific stabbing of a 12-year-old girl in Wisconsin. The two alleged stabbers, also 12, claim they attempted to kill the girl for the fictional character.
Eric Knudsen is the photoshop artist behind Slender Man. In 2009, he created a series of creepy photographs depicting the fictional character preying on groups of children as part of an online photoshop contest. Now, Eric is expressing his condolences after two 12-year-old girls attempted to kill their friend, also 12, by stabbing her 19 times as a sacrifice to the internet meme he created.
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.