I have no excuse for why this one is late I'll merely apologize instead.
<Knocks on door and Katelyn opens the door staring at me blankly.>
Katelyn: Are you the Champion?
Kyle: Uh... no.
Katelyn: <stares at me with those eerily, blank eyes for a moments> No I guess you're not. Please come in anyway, Kyle. You want to know about my experiences with the Tall Man correct?
Katelyn: There isn't much to talk about all we did was play games. I didn't know anyone who died like you.
Kyle: How did you know that; did Source tell you?
Katelyn: No it's written in your eyes. Anybody, even a child, can see the pain and misery that you have gone through.
Kyle: Regardless I would still like to hear about your experience.
Katelyn: Of course. It started fifty years ago when I was seven years old. My parents were often busy with my older brother, Theodore, who was terminally sick often focusing so much on paying attention to him that I would be forgotten. One day when I was playing ball by myself in the backyard I noticed a strange man walking out of the woods on four black tentacles that were attached to his back. That probably should have scared me but instead I laughed, not because he was funny but because he was neat. That got his attention and he came over to examine me. I sat there and wave to him, he waved back and from then on we played games together.
Kyle: What games did the Slender Man play with you?
Katelyn: Tag, ball, hide and seek, checkers, and go fish except he nodded instead of saying go fish. You should call your family.
Katelyn: Say hello they probably miss you.
Kyle: Sooo did he ever ask you to go with him or leave?
Katelyn: Once but I said no.
Kyle: Then what happened?
Katelyn: We continued to play and would do so until I was ten when he stopped going.
Kyle: Did your parents ever notice you playing with the Slender Man?
Katelyn: Once or twice but they never truly saw him like you could Kyle. You won't wrong Kyle my story is proof of that.
Kyle: Thanks<though it's empty>
Katelyn: Be careful Kyle the game isn't over yet. I think you should leave now.
I left after thanking her for the interview and wow that was weird, but if there is anything I learned from TV/video games/movies its that the cryptic old lady is usually right. What did she mean by the Champion? Is that like the Hero Robert (BTW does anybody know a place I can read White Elephants in its entirety it would be much appreciated) talked about, because if so I sure as hell know it isn't me. Anyway please comment on anything interesting you find besides the lack of tragedy in this interview.