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Creepypasta: Slenderman Pale Latex Mask

Creepypasta: Slenderman Pale

Adult Size
Materials: 100% Natural Latex
Sizing: Adult Size
Includes: Latex Mask
Tip: If mask loses shape during storage, stuff mask with paper or bags and use a blow dryer to reshape mask.

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Article number: 26810
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Creepypasta: Slenderman Pale

The star of countless memes, urban legends, his own movie, and more, Slenderman is the world's first and maybe most infamous urban legend borne from the internet. Creepy, gigantically tall with impossibly long limbs, and always in his smart black business suit, Slenderman goes about kidnapping children, taking the organs of, and impaling his victims on tree branches in the woods at night! Channel this terrifying urban legend with this Latex Pale Slenderman mask from Ghoulish Productions! This mask has a pale, ghoulish complexion with no features and smooth, almost too smooth, skin and deep set black holes where his eyes should be.

The internet has brought about a myriad of new things in this generation: faster shopping, faster and deeper information gather, and a platform where you can have a job writing descriptions for scary Halloween things online! One of the most terrifying products of the digital age is the new-age urban legends curated by Creepypasta, a website dedicated to finding urban legends that have been shared around the internet! Those creatures and stories are sometimes as popular as the classic monsters and horror villains today, and Ghoulish Productions has masks of those internet urban legends come to life! Just don't go on Creepypasta at bedtime!

Halloween is our favorite time of year at Johnnie Brock's! So if you love Halloween as much as we do, or even if you don't, we're here to help you have the best Halloween ever! Whatever costume, style, or character you're looking for, we have it, and with a wig and accessories to match! 

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