Sinfulman Sinfulman
It was this year in Wisconsin. Sinfulman appeared to Sarah Ripper and Nancy Well, both twelve years old. Sinfulman
Short story in honor of Slenderman,
a frightening creature of creepypasta.

It was this year in Wisconsin. Sinfulman appeared to Sarah Ripper and Nancy Well, both twelve years old. They entered the horror website phantomcity.wikia.com. Nobody knows if Nancy and Sarah did it at school or at home. That’s how they met Sinfulman, a clown with a giant white face, without nose or eyebrows, only a toothless mouth and shady pupils. He told Sarah and Nancy amazing horror stories. On the computer screen a sinister raven ripped a woman’s guts out. Sinfulman also showed them their magnificent “Dark Mansion”. He would take y ‘all them to live there if they committed a murder. Sarah and Nancy wished to enter that castle. They chose Helen Ferguson as victim, a girl the neighborhood. She was ten years old. They invited her, under the pretext of playing hide and seek, to the park’s bathroom. They planned to pour the blood of Helen into one of the toilets. For some strange reason Sinfulman ask the teenagers to commit clean murders. But none of those girls dared take out the knife and stab Helen. Then they invited her to a nearby forest. There was a river. They forced her into the water and kept her under until she drowned. Sarah and Nancy carried the girl’s heart wrapped in napkins when the police capture them. They regretted not being able to show this to Sinfulman. They were locked up on April 20 in a high-security questioning room. The police, meanwhile, collect evidences. An insomniac camera watched Sarah and Nancy every second. However, on the morning of April 21, when agent Sprenger opened the door, the room was empty. Nobody knows anything about the physical bodies of the murderous girls. However, the virtual bodies of Sarah and Nancy appeared in the “Dark Mansion” next to Sinfulman. They show joyfully the bleeding heart of Helen. Authorities have yet to deactivate phantomcity.wikia.com and find a way to rescue the captive girls from there.

 

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Roger Vilar

Roger Vilar

Roger Vilar nació en Cuba, en 1968. Es escritor y periodista. En México fue incluido en la antología “Martirologios del siglo: homenaje al Marqués de Sade”, publicado por la Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana en 2000. En México también ha publicado los libros “La era del dragón”, cuentos, Edamex, 1998; “Habitantes de la noche”, premio de novela de la Editorial de Otro Tipo, 2014; y “Agustina y los gatos”, novela, Casa Editorial Abismos, 2014. Su novela “Una oscura pasión por mamá”, salió editada por De Otro Tipo, el pasado mes de septiembre de 2016. “Reino de dragones” es su más reciente volumen de cuentos, y fue publicado en febrero de 2017 por “Ediciones periféricas”. Su carrera en el periodismo mexicano ya abarca 23 años, en medios como Periódico Reforma, y Milenio Diario, entre otros. Actualmente es Editor en Jefe de la revista “Horizontum”, impresa y digital.Roger Vilar was born in Cuba, in 1968. Since 1993 he lives in México City. He is a writer and journalist. In Cuba, he published the short story books “Horses on the meadow ", 1986; and “Night waters ", 1988. He also published “The Night of the Reporter” in Cuba in 2014. He was also included in two anthologies of the Cuban Literature: “The last will be the first", 1990, and "Narrative Yearbook ", 1993. In Mexico was included in the anthology “Homage to the Marquis de Sade", published by the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, in 2000. In Mexico has published the books "The Dragon Age", short stories, Edamex, 1998. Another of his books is “Witches” published in 1998 by Sediento Ediciones. His novel “Inhabitants of the Night” won the award granted by the Mexican publisher De Otro Tipo in 2014. Roger Vilar's latest novel "A Dark Passion for Mom" was released by De Otro Tipo in September 2016. “Kingdom of Dragons” is his most recent volume of stories published in February 2017 by Ediciones Periféricas. Roger Vilar is currently Editor-in-Chief of the Mexican magazine, printed and on the web, "Horizontum", which publishes articles on economics, arts and literature.writer68rogervilar@gmail.com / @RogerVilar7