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Entry 85 happens on July 4th. Alex lights the fuse to set off the giant pile of fireworks he has set up in Tim’s house. “GOD BLESS AMERICA, TIM” he screams as he runs away from the scene

doyouhearthunder:

shewasnumberone:

*hyperventilates*

And since they’ve technically been in post-production for a good while now, and they’re just doing reshoots, final post shouldn’t take nearly as long.

doyouhearthunder:

shewasnumberone:

*hyperventilates*

And since they’ve technically been in post-production for a good while now, and they’re just doing reshoots, final post shouldn’t take nearly as long.

Tags: the operator

person: “have you heard of something called ‘marblehornets’?”

me:

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Tags: the legend

youwillleadmetothepark:

Friendly reminder that once my mom called The Operator scary noodle guy

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brothasoul:

no one will ever convince me this isn’t jay in his youth

brothasoul:

no one will ever convince me this isn’t jay in his youth

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  • Plot twist: Shia Lebouf is TTA
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robertbobberson:

slenderversejunkie:

Sometimes I think about the sheer amount of content produced over the past 5 years that began with Victor Surge’s post on the SA forums and Marble Hornets being created

and then I think about how, with THAC’s new horror/mystery webseries, that could very well happen again

I’m wondering if that since the character for THAC’s new series is original they may copyright it, right?

Actually, yeah, you’ve got a point, but it’s still nice imagining the idea of an entire _____verse being born again.

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Sometimes I think about the sheer amount of content produced over the past 5 years that began with Victor Surge’s post on the SA forums and Marble Hornets being created

and then I think about how, with THAC’s new horror/mystery webseries, that could very well happen again

acatnamedhercules:

The reason I say Tim W is important is that in a lot of other horror media, especially the ones dealing with “eldritch” creatures, “going crazy” is treated as an endgame state, equivalent to being dead. Once you go crazy, you’re out of the story. Game Over.

But in Marble Hornets, we have Tim W, a character who has very definitely been “driven crazy” by his experiences, but is very much still an active player in the story. He’s mentally ill as a result of The Operator’s influence but he still gets to be a human being. 

I have more kind of half-formed thoughts about how mental illness is used as a threat (both in horror in general and in MH specifically) but I need to mull over that some more. Suffice it to say that in Marble Hornets, mental illness is not the worst thing that can happen to a person and that’s a nice change of pace.

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