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In Entry #32, she mentions experiencing chunks of missing time; these could be times spent in her masked state. While Entry #22, the only appearance of Skully, is well before Jessica was introduced, she was Amy's roommate and could have been in contact with Alex and thus the Operator for well before she entered the story.

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In Entry #32, she mentions experiencing chunks of missing time; these could be times spent in her masked state. While Entry #22, the only appearance of Skully, is well before Jessica was introduced, she was Amy's roommate and could have been in contact with Alex and thus the Operator for well before she entered the story.story.

[[WMG: Tim was the original victim of The Operator, and Alex became "infected" after spending time with Tim]]
Tim was shown to have had very strange mental issues since childhood. Also, Alex didn't start seeing The Operator until he began spending lots of time with Tim while making the movie. It's entirely possible Tim had no idea he was being followed by something and used medication to block most of it out. It wasn't until The Operator saw that Alex was a better victim that it switched over.


The most recent entries (#61 and #62) suggest that [[FanNickname “Hoody”]] is the primary agent for totheark, as these entries depict “Hoody” breaking into Tim’s house and depriving him of his medication, causing him to experience a seizure, run to Rosswood Park, and lapse into his Masked Tim [[SplitPersonality alter ego]]. The connection to totheark is cemented with the characteristic totheark style (hidden messages, weird sounds, raster-style fonts, etc). This footage appears on the WebVideo/MarbleHornets channel as “entry”. Jay discovers the new video upon regaining access to his accounts (he had been locked out of both YouTube and Twitter). He marks the video unlisted, then adds captions and reposts it as Entry #61.

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The most recent entries (#61 and #62) suggest that [[FanNickname “Hoody”]] is the primary agent for totheark, as these entries depict “Hoody” breaking into Tim’s house and depriving him of his medication, causing him to experience a seizure, run to Rosswood Park, and lapse into his Masked Tim [[SplitPersonality alter ego]]. The connection to totheark is cemented with the characteristic totheark style (hidden messages, weird sounds, raster-style fonts, etc). This footage appears on the WebVideo/MarbleHornets channel as “entry”. Jay discovers the new video upon regaining access to his accounts (he had been locked out of both YouTube Website/YouTube and Twitter). He marks the video unlisted, then adds captions and reposts it as Entry #61.



** The only problem I see is that the early videos that show Alex scared were filmed 3-5 years before Jay started posting them on YouTube, therefore he would have had no idea that they would have ended up in the public eye at any point.

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** The only problem I see is that the early videos that show Alex scared were filmed 3-5 years before Jay started posting them on YouTube, Website/YouTube, therefore he would have had no idea that they would have ended up in the public eye at any point.


* The Operator. I don't know HOW, but it's an idea.

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* The Operator. I don't know HOW, but it's an idea.idea.

[[WMG: Skully is Jessica]]
In Entry #32, she mentions experiencing chunks of missing time; these could be times spent in her masked state. While Entry #22, the only appearance of Skully, is well before Jessica was introduced, she was Amy's roommate and could have been in contact with Alex and thus the Operator for well before she entered the story.


* Alternatively, the pills are [[JohnDiesAtTheEnd Soy Sauce]]

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* Alternatively, the pills are [[JohnDiesAtTheEnd [[Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd Soy Sauce]]


[[WMG: The Slender Man is [[CthulhuMythos Nyarlathotep's]] [[SaltAndPepper nerdy white counterpart.]]]]

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[[WMG: The Slender Man is [[CthulhuMythos [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos Nyarlathotep's]] [[SaltAndPepper nerdy white counterpart.]]]]


* And, because the Eleventh Doctor series reveals that an image of a charged Angel becomes an Angel itself, that explains why Slenderman followed the tapes. ...Oh, dear, is this going to be like the time [[TheRing Samara]] [[Webcomic/{{xkcd}} got uploaded to the internet]]?

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* And, because the Eleventh Doctor series reveals that an image of a charged Angel becomes an Angel itself, that explains why Slenderman followed the tapes. ...Oh, dear, is this going to be like the time [[TheRing [[Film/TheRing Samara]] [[Webcomic/{{xkcd}} got uploaded to the internet]]?


[[WMG: Slender Man is [[ThePhantomTollbooth the Terrible Trivium]]]]

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[[WMG: Slender Man is [[ThePhantomTollbooth [[Literature/ThePhantomTollbooth the Terrible Trivium]]]]



* This either makes ThePhantomTollbooth a whole lot more terrifying or WebVideo/MarbleHornets a bit less terrifying.

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* This either makes ThePhantomTollbooth Literature/ThePhantomTollbooth a whole lot more terrifying or WebVideo/MarbleHornets a bit less terrifying.


[[WMG: [[WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd James]] [[JamesRolfe Rolfe]] is involved somehow.]]

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[[WMG: [[WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd James]] [[JamesRolfe [[Creator/JamesRolfe Rolfe]] is involved somehow.]]


[[WMG: The Operator is a [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} mutant]]!]]

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[[WMG: The Operator is a [[ComicBook/{{X-Men}} [[ComicBook/XMen mutant]]!]]


[[WMG: Totheark just wanted to make a YoutubePoop of Very Bad Fanfiction]]

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[[WMG: Totheark just wanted to make a YoutubePoop WebAnimation/YouTubePoop of Very Bad Fanfiction]]


[[WMG: Blasky is ToddInTheShadows]]

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[[WMG: Blasky is ToddInTheShadows]]WebVideo/ToddInTheShadows]]


* Wouldn't [[TribeTwelve Milo]] be Milo?

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* Wouldn't [[TribeTwelve [[WebVideo/TribeTwelve Milo]] be Milo?



[[WMG: Totheark is trying to reach [[TribeTwelve Noah]]]]

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[[WMG: Totheark is trying to reach [[TribeTwelve [[WebVideo/TribeTwelve Noah]]]]



*** Noah from TribeTwelve was born on November 11th, 11-11.

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*** Noah from TribeTwelve WebVideo/TribeTwelve was born on November 11th, 11-11.



* I would agree as far as any series that strictly mentions Marble Hornets goes. For Example: WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID sees WebVideo/MarbleHornets, decides to dress someone up as Slenderman and stick him in the back of some workout videos, their troubles begin. Which means technically Jay is responsible for THEIR entire plight. If you add into that the delicacies of how each other series that ties in to EMH has to be in the same universe/realm as Marble Hornets (even if Troy and Joseph don't wanna do a crossover with them because they wanna be a stand-alone series) - TribeTwelve, and CompileTruth just to name a couple, and that's already at least a dozen people that Jay screwed up just because he went "Hm... You know what I should do with these videos that have a faceless abomination on them? POST THEM TO YOUTUBE. Think of the internet fame I could have!"

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* I would agree as far as any series that strictly mentions Marble Hornets goes. For Example: WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID sees WebVideo/MarbleHornets, decides to dress someone up as Slenderman and stick him in the back of some workout videos, their troubles begin. Which means technically Jay is responsible for THEIR entire plight. If you add into that the delicacies of how each other series that ties in to EMH has to be in the same universe/realm as Marble Hornets (even if Troy and Joseph don't wanna do a crossover with them because they wanna be a stand-alone series) - TribeTwelve, WebVideo/TribeTwelve, and CompileTruth just to name a couple, and that's already at least a dozen people that Jay screwed up just because he went "Hm... You know what I should do with these videos that have a faceless abomination on them? POST THEM TO YOUTUBE. Think of the internet fame I could have!"


[[WMG: The SlenderMan is a proto Gman]]

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[[WMG: The SlenderMan Slenderman is a proto Gman]]


Mostly based off of Entry 43 (there will be unmarked spoilers henceforth, beware!), but seen in other entries - in Entry 43, Alex meets Slenderman (still no idea why as of this writing), he initially seems panicked (judging solely from the camera movement), collapses coughing, and then - gets up and starts to walk like a zombie towards The Operator. This would explain why the cough is seen with some encounters, and not all (Entry 40 is in recent memory, among others) - because that thing isn't always trying to take control. I suppose the coughing fits are due to Slendy's total alien nature, or something, as posited in several [[SlendermanMythos Slendy blogs]] (Namely The Tutorial in this case, I believe).

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Mostly based off of Entry 43 (there will be unmarked spoilers henceforth, beware!), but seen in other entries - in Entry 43, Alex meets Slenderman (still no idea why as of this writing), he initially seems panicked (judging solely from the camera movement), collapses coughing, and then - gets up and starts to walk like a zombie towards The Operator. This would explain why the cough is seen with some encounters, and not all (Entry 40 is in recent memory, among others) - because that thing isn't always trying to take control. I suppose the coughing fits are due to Slendy's total alien nature, or something, as posited in several [[SlendermanMythos [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slendy blogs]] (Namely The Tutorial in this case, I believe).



Both are from TheSlenderManMythos, both are sources of terror, and honestly, those definitely look like The Rake's eyes.
* The Rake is actually not "From" TheSlenderManMythos. It appears in WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID which is part of the mythos, but The Rake was originally an entirely separate Creepypasta written before Slender Man was invented.


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Both are from TheSlenderManMythos, Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos, both are sources of terror, and honestly, those definitely look like The Rake's eyes.
* The Rake is actually not "From" TheSlenderManMythos.Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos. It appears in WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID which is part of the mythos, but The Rake was originally an entirely separate Creepypasta written before Slender Man was invented.



While the Noah's Ark angle seems to be the angle EverymanHybrid is going with, I suspect that the reference that Marble Hornets is running with is actually different. In fact, I suspect that the Ark may be referring symbolically to the Ark in Jewish synagogues, where the Torah scrolls are kept or even the Ark of the Covenant.

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While the Noah's Ark angle seems to be the angle EverymanHybrid WebVideo/EverymanHybrid is going with, I suspect that the reference that Marble Hornets is running with is actually different. In fact, I suspect that the Ark may be referring symbolically to the Ark in Jewish synagogues, where the Torah scrolls are kept or even the Ark of the Covenant.



[[WMG: The eyes we see in Inquiry and Memories are from [[EverymanHybrid The Rake]]]]

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[[WMG: The eyes we see in Inquiry and Memories are from [[EverymanHybrid [[WebVideo/EverymanHybrid The Rake]]]]



* The Rake is actually not "From" TheSlenderManMythos. It appears in EverymanHYBRID which is part of the mythos, but The Rake was originally an entirely separate Creepypasta written before Slender Man was invented.


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* The Rake is actually not "From" TheSlenderManMythos. It appears in EverymanHYBRID WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID which is part of the mythos, but The Rake was originally an entirely separate Creepypasta written before Slender Man was invented.




** EverymanHYBRID is over here...

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** EverymanHYBRID WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID is over here...



* I would agree as far as any series that strictly mentions Marble Hornets goes. For Example: EverymanHYBRID sees WebVideo/MarbleHornets, decides to dress someone up as Slenderman and stick him in the back of some workout videos, their troubles begin. Which means technically Jay is responsible for THEIR entire plight. If you add into that the delicacies of how each other series that ties in to EMH has to be in the same universe/realm as Marble Hornets (even if Troy and Joseph don't wanna do a crossover with them because they wanna be a stand-alone series) - TribeTwelve, and CompileTruth just to name a couple, and that's already at least a dozen people that Jay screwed up just because he went "Hm... You know what I should do with these videos that have a faceless abomination on them? POST THEM TO YOUTUBE. Think of the internet fame I could have!"

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* I would agree as far as any series that strictly mentions Marble Hornets goes. For Example: EverymanHYBRID WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID sees WebVideo/MarbleHornets, decides to dress someone up as Slenderman and stick him in the back of some workout videos, their troubles begin. Which means technically Jay is responsible for THEIR entire plight. If you add into that the delicacies of how each other series that ties in to EMH has to be in the same universe/realm as Marble Hornets (even if Troy and Joseph don't wanna do a crossover with them because they wanna be a stand-alone series) - TribeTwelve, and CompileTruth just to name a couple, and that's already at least a dozen people that Jay screwed up just because he went "Hm... You know what I should do with these videos that have a faceless abomination on them? POST THEM TO YOUTUBE. Think of the internet fame I could have!"

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