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Ben pounded his head on the bathroom wall in his beachside Black Water home, leaving a rounded indentation in the white drywall.

Life was good, living with his girlfriend Anna in her parents’ rental. That is, until Anna showed him the website. Not only did thoughts of obediently serving this thing who called himself Slenderman, but urges to obey his commands became acceptable. Even Anna began inviting friends over and showing them the video.

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My Name Is Mr. Dibble: A Companion Short Story To The Novel Slenderman

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My Name Is Mr. Dibble

A Companion Short Story To The Novel Slenderman

My Name Is Mr. Dibble: A Companion Short Story To The Novel Slenderman

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Pages: 22

Published: 2021

 

 

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Overview

A pit bull, a sleepwalker, and Slenderman meet on a misty pier in the middle of the night next to the Black Water lighthouse. Mr. Dibble, a Staffordshire terrier, knows this evil entity has wicked deeds planned for his master. Will Mr. Dibble be able to save Master Irma, or will he fail and doom them both to a living hell? Mr. Dibble tells the story.

My Name Is Mr. Dibble is a companion short story to the novel Slenderman: Pacie Rose Citizen Reporter. It is told from one of the main characters’ beloved pet dog’s point of view. Mr. Dibble’s master is Irma, the novel’s quirky sidekick. He tells about a time when Slenderman paid a visit to his owner and what he did about it.

Mr. Dibble is based on a member of my family, a Staffordshire terrier. His name is Ham, beloved pet.

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PACIE ROSE CITIZEN REPORTER

The resort town of Black Water is inundated with so many weird events, that Pacie Rose took up the task of being the town’s citizen reporter. With her quirky cousin as the sidekick, they work to assist authorities in solving cases. Not bound by institutional rules, they can investigate using “not so legal” ways to get information.

The Potawatomi have told of strange occurrences long before the nuclear power plant was built in the 1960s. However, ever since Bulwark became operational, aberrations have increased substantially. Missing people, cryptids, UFOs, the paranormal, and alternate dimensions are just a few of the mysterious encounters.

Follow Pacie as she works to rid Black Water of the terrifying phenomena.


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“Now what?” Irma said as they walked back to the SUV.

“Let’s go back to your place and go through what we have so far. Especially that weird website.”

The fog still hung in the air when they arrived at Irma’s.

The minute they walked into Irma’s apartment, the Staffie was prancing about, making it known that he needed to go outside.

“I need to take Mr. Dibble for a walk. I’ll be right back,” Irma said, placing her backpack on the dining table.

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Pacie bit into a slice of her morning toast, smothered in the homemade strawberry jam, and sat it back down on the paper plate next to her computer. She wiped her sticky fingers with a napkin and then clicked the button on the screen that sent the kidnapping article that she had finished writing earlier that morning to Irma who would then edit it before posting it to the website and sending it off to the local news, complete with images.

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hands tied

After reviewing my chapters I realized that I skimped on the search efforts for locating the missing child. I found a document called Investigator’s Guide to Missing Child Cases. It’s from 1987 and in the public domain. My story isn’t totally realistic, but I want it to be realistic enough so that the reader can suspend disbelief and “temporarily allow oneself to believe something that isn’t true, especially in order to enjoy a work of fiction.” 

Here are a few things I found interesting.

  • The abductor often will return to volunteer to assist in the search in
    order to monitor the progress being made on the case.
  • To perform a ground search, the command post should divide the search area
    into grids. Each grid will be assigned to a “squad” or team to be searched.
  • Team members should be spaced no more than ten yards apart.
  • Each team member should wear a numbered “Day-GIo” vest or other visible means to
    identify him or her as a registered searcher.
  • Relatives should not be permitted to participate in the search but should be
    asked to remain at the command post.

I’ll be changing mostly the timing of events and have more mention of the search effort.

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It was almost midnight when Christine Jameson parked in her driveway where muted streetlights cast a dull light. She took her wallet from the glove compartment and placed it in her work bag next to a pair of safety glasses, gloves, and a box-cutter. She picked up the grimy bag from the passenger seat and carried it into her Black Water home. The air was sticky outside and even more so on the inside. She sat down on the bench near the door and took off her steel-toe work boots and sweat-soaked socks.

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Irma uploaded the video they had taken at the park to YouTube and their website. There they not only posted videos but articles and pictures of the cases they had done. It was a lot of work, but Irma enjoyed maintaining it.

“I wonder if the camera picked up something that I didn’t see.” With her camera still connected to the computer, she scanned through the extra clips until she came to the one where they were in the gully on the trail and Pacie wanted her to zoom in on something. Frame by frame, she began going through it. Then something caught her attention. It was a shadow, a dark black shadow, darker than what surrounded it, near a tree trunk. She heard herself say something stunk.

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“Let’s head back,” Pacie said, turning around. “I don’t want to be out here in the dark.”

“Any ideas on who you think it is?”

Pacie shrugged. “No, I don’t.”

“But what about how the kids described him—ten feet tall, no face, and stuff?”
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Pacie Rose stood up and groaned as she brushed garden soil from the knees of her jeans. She put her hands on her hips and stretched side to side as she looked up at the cloudless late afternoon azure sky and then back down at the June bearing strawberry patch. “Next year I’m putting everything in raised beds. This bending over and crawling around on my hands and knees is getting old.”

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Slenderman: Pacie Rose Citizen Reporter

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When children begin disappearing, taken by what witnesses call Slenderman, will investigative reporter Pacie Rose be able to stop the tall, skinny entity in a black suit before it makes Black Water a permanent home?

Pacie Rose is picking strawberries with her family when her sidekick calls with news of a child’s abduction. As Black Water’s beloved investigative reporter, she takes on the task of stopping the growing list of casualties caused by this madman. No one is safe, not even her family.

Abductions, murder, and suicides have spiked in the Lake Michigan resort town of Black Water necessitating the help of Pacie Rose. But will she crumble when the slender man comes for her?

 

Nine-year-old Morgan Rafferty sat the white plastic grocery bag filled with hot dog buns on top of the picnic table. She rubbed the goosebumps on her arms, wondering why her hairs prickled. It was not cold outside, in fact, it was a sweltering Saturday morning. It gave her a creepy feeling, like something bad was going to happen.

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