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Jeff the Killer versus Slenderman

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Estimated reading time — 13 minutes

The dark, wet alley was slightly illuminated by Sarah’s cell phone light, as she shined it every few seconds to see where she was headed. Her eyes scanned the darkness, and she shook crazily. What had happened to her last night was a mystery. She thought back, back to the bar. She had just came in with some friends, just a fun night out. Nothing could have happened, or so she thought. Now she was trembling, walking from building to building at three in the morning. Again she thought back, but everything was a blur. She passed an old ratty motel, and a pub.
Sarah made her way to the outskirts of her neighborhood, around a heavily wooded area. She walked, she clenching her eyes shut tight for moments at a time. She was huddled into her coat for warmth as the cold rain covered her for what seemed like an eternity. Just as her eyelids took cover of her eyes, something shined out of the corner of her vision. She instantaneously flashed her eyes open once again, and her pupils became wide. She looked around. Nothing stood out in the blackness and rain. She spun around and continued her way back, hoping she would make it home. As she studied her surroundings, she remembered a shortcut that she took as a kid when playing “Hide and seek” with her childhood playmates.

It involved climbing through the woods. The cold woman hesitated, but came to the decision that anything that would get her to her warm home quicker is the better way. Sarah headed towards the forest. As she made her way in, the first tree she laid eyes on had been marked. What was on marked on the tree mystified her, what looked like a circle with an X inside. She knew nothing of its origin or meaning, so she just assumed this was some kind of gang symbol, or something of the sort. Making her way into the forest, she recalled the fun times she had as a kid. She thought to herself out loud.

“I miss those times. Back when the world wasn’t a ba-”

Her voice trailed off. Sarah heard the loud crack of a tree branch off in the distance behind her. Terrified, she began running through the woods, and she soon became lost. She continued on anyway, hoping for a way out. Her lack of caution quickly resulted in her leg being caught on a near lying root, and she fell to the ground. Attempting to get up caused her even more pain. She had twisted her ankle.

“Somebody please.. help me!” she called out.

The crunching of leaves became present again. She attempted to stand up and run once again, but her injury kept her in one place. She clenched her eyes shut out of fear, and as she opened them again, a tall, white man dressed in a suit stood before her. She had become visually impaired at the sight of this man. She began screaming in terror, but was soon silenced by the slender, pale man that stood before her in the dark.

Four o’ clock. What once was a young boy, now was a cold blooded psychopath. Jeff the killer had just finished what he called his “Daily rounds”. The slaughtering of innocent people, this was almost all that flooded Jeff’s mind. He dragged his feet up the wet cement as he entered what he had called his home for years. Jeff stepped foot into a world of tragic memories, clutching two whiskey bottles in hand. Jeff had become a drunken killing machine. His brain was filled with the scent of murder. One thought that did cross his psychotic mind had been there since day one. As the rain hit the weary house, Jeff began to recall the night in which he slaughtered his entire family. He chuckled at the thought. If it wasn’t for his insanity, he may have thought about regret. Remorse for taking the lives of the people he once loved. But that wasn’t possible at this point. Jeff was out for one thing and one thing only. Death.

Five o’ six in the morning. He took another swig at his alcohol.

“What in the fuck am I sitting here for..” Jeff buzzed.

As he got up to make his way into the night, he swerved a bit, and took another chug at his whiskey. The alcohol hit his warm, bloody lips, and he felt an odd sensation. A sudden urge had hit him. He stood in the room, gazing out at the forest beyond the house. Jeff checked his pockets- cigarettes, a lighter, and of course his knife. Jeff knew that something wasn’t right. The feeling he got was a mix of the urge to kill again, and something far different than what he had ever felt before.

He stormed out of his home, into the cold,wet night. Jeff was now in a dark street, his only light source being a lamp illuminating the road. The rain, still pouring, hit Jeff’s back. He started to move in the direction of the forest. He struggled a bit, his alcohol consumption that night had been extremely high. The killer approached the desolate forest. Before he entered, he took a quick glare to his left. Jeff was not far from a cemetery. He trembled towards it. A thought blew into his mind, almost like the wind on a breezy afternoon. The last piece of his family was only feet away, and it beckoned him.

He moved his feet away from the forest, and towards the graveyard. Slowly Jeff walked, yet he tripped a few times spanning the short distance. He approached a grave. Jeff graced it with the rotten odor of death, his jacket being covered in the blood and remains of his victims. Jeff simply gazed at the cold slab of granite. His vision was too distorted to make out any sort of words, because of this, he just stood and stared. Jeff’s insides began to feel uneasy, and his throat became dry. The same feeling from just minutes before.

Jeff stumbled back to the forest. While trembling towards the woodland, his eyes wandered to a tree a few feet farther out than the others. What looked like a small, greyish piece of paper could be seen hanging by a nail His eyes blurry, he was unable to read it. He took no attempt either, and crept into the darkness slowly. Almost as if he recognized this place, as if it were his true home.

Squeezing his two whiskey bottles, he studied the forest in a drunken haze. Jeff admired the darkness, it reminded him of a black hallway, one where the murderer could easily slash the necks of his victims without being seen. As he continued walking, Jeff became in a way, infatuated. The empty blackness swirled around him. Muttering to himself in unrecognizable gibberish, he continued to trot. Something felt a bit odd. The crunching of leaves seemed too loud to account for only one person. Jeff felt as if something was lurking beyond his line of sight.

“Who’s there?” Jeff growled.

An abundance of noise could be heard, but nothing out of the ordinary. The chirps of crickets grew louder as Jeff studied his surroundings.

“Come on chicken, I don’t really like games, and not hide and seek at all.”

As Jeff announced this, a quick rustling from a nearby bush could be heard. He slashed at it before the sound could come to a silence on its own. Jeff then saw what was hidden out of sight the entire time.

“Damn rats, you’re just some good for nothing pests.” Jeff proclaimed as a rodent scurried from the leaves.

After he had seen what hid in the bush, he continued his midnight stroll. The rain crashing against his back came to a slow stop. His vision was becoming very blurry, and a loud noise was growing within his head. What could be heard was just a figment on Jeff’s insane imagination, for the woods were completely silent. He tampered around, dragging his feet and cursing at the almost unbearable noise. Nothing like it had pierced his ears with such discontent before.

The noise that drowned Jeff slowly became absent. From the pain, Jeff fell to a tree. Both bottles that were once clenched into his hands fell towards the ground. One crashed against the bark, and shattered everywhere. The crack of glass had viciously dragged Jeff back into consciousness. As his eyes readjusted to the darkness one more, the blurriness was magnified as Jeff saw a white, oval like object hovering above him. His eyes quickly focused from shock, but what had been in front of him a few seconds ago was nowhere to be found.

“What in the fuck was that?”

Jeff chuckled at his own remark. Was his mind playing tricks on him?

“Now I know that ain’t no damn rats”

He hastily came to the conclusion that something had to be lurking in the darkness, following him from a distance.

“That’s it, I’m done playing games. Where the fuck are you, you bastard!?” Jeff screamed to the top of his lungs in hope of some kind of response. He was answered abruptly. As he started to walk again, he felt the slightest tingle on his neck.

“That’s not the damn air, fucker. Get the hell out of the bushes before I decide to fuck you up!” Jeff felt wild at this point. Nothing about this place was right, but he was enjoying every minute of it. Swiftly, he pulled his shining blade from his coat pocket, and began slashing at trees in the darkness.

“Come out, come out bitch!” He cried out. “No hiding now, I’ll cut every last chip of bark to slit your throat!”

Jeff pointed his knife towards a tall, thin tree protruding from the left of his vision, and stabbed. He was astonished to see that on direct contact, the tree, or what he thought was a tree faded away into the darkness in a matter of milliseconds. Not knowing what to do, he glanced quickly towards his right, and stabbed at the black of night. He peered out into the wood, and saw not what he had expected. What stood before the psychotic boy was an extremely tall, thin man, dressed in a clean, black suit. This was all that Jeff could make out at the time, the rain caused Jeff’s sight to become immensely distorted.

Jeff’s eyes had cleared again, and he quickly began to observe the man. He was emaciated, his face pale, almost pure white in color. As Jeff studied the face, he soon came to notice the lack of facial features on this man. This “Thing”’s face was completely empty, no eyes, nose, or mouth. Just a white, blank, head. This made Jeff feel a bit uneasy, and he soon broke out into a laugh. Although astounded, Jeff soon addressed the figure before him.

“So you were the bastard chasing me through the woods huh?”

Jeff stared at the blankness once more.

“You know, I don’t know what the fuck you are, but you kinda remind me of myself” “You’ve got the nice white face, but all you’re missing is a smile!”

Jeff began laughing uncontrollably at his own notion. Yet he was stopped, Jeff’s ears were assaulted by static, and he fell to the ground. He was shrouded in complete darkness as he clenched his ears for mercy. The figure Jeff earlier questioned was now causing Jeff extreme pain, while the place where his eyes should have been staring directly into Jeff’s. At that point, Jeff snapped. He broke free of the pain, drew his knife once more, and began slashing. Each one of his moves were futile, as the man moved around in no time at all, almost as if he was teleporting from place to place to avoid the attacks.

The tall man began to fight back. Jeff had just now begun to notice the tendrils hanging from the back of his attacker. They grabbed at Jeff, and his response was to swing his knife at each that came near him. Jeff managed to slice what seemed to be an arm. In almost an instant, the limb quickly grew back into place. What had just happened astonished Jeff. He felt almost as if the man was a tall tree, and his tendrils simply branches. Jeff fled from the forest, knowing that there was no way he would be able to fight whatever his adversary truly was in what seemed to be his home territory.

Jeff rushed from his attacker, and found himself at the same place where he had entered. To the right of him lie the cemetery. Open space. As he ran past the trees, he noticed one that lie away from the others. The same tree from before. He ran to it out of instinct, and read the note he had seen from a distance before.

“Do not enter these woods at night, a tall man has been spotted in the area recently, some call him the Slenderman. Beware, and enter at your own risk.”

Whatever the being that had stalked him in the woods before was referred to as Slenderman. The name fit perfect with the description of the tall, white figure. Jeff hurried towards the graveyard, where he waited for his foe, wielding his sharp, bloody, knife. Jeff’s wish had been granted, as the Slenderman approached from the woods. It seemed as if it was hesitant to leave its home court. Despite is hesitance, it left the area anyway, and quickly rushed towards Jeff. The psychopath’s instincts started to come back, and he jumped towards the tall man. Jeff was quickly grabbed by his enemy, and thrown against a nearby tree.

Jeff proceeded to swing again at the tendrils that had grabbed him. He was able to slash at one of the Slenderman’s main arms. Blood oozed from the deep cut. The white figure showed no emotion, and began snatching at Jeff once again. As he continued to smash Jeff against trees, and slabs of rock, Jeff’s knife slipped from his grip, and fell to the ground with Jeff. Colliding with the ground, Jeff’s knife slid into his own stomach in a matter of seconds. Blood poured from the wound, and soon the ground was covered in a red liquid. He stood up with a jolt.

“Is that the best you got Slendy?” “I’ve taken worse beatings from my father’s belt than you’re weak twig arms!”

The Slenderman remained silent, but continued fighting. The man reached for a piece of granite from a tombstone, but before he could take hold of it, Jeff jerked the knife from his gut, and flung it directly at Slenderman. Jeff’s accuracy was precise, and it sliced off one of the man’s limbs. Slenderman’s left arm was completely gone, as it fell to the ground with a thud. It was quickly met by thick blood that barraged from his shoulder. It was completely drenched in blood. Slenderman briskly disappeared into the darkness, but illuminated behind Jeff. In his right hand, he held a broken piece of granite, that he proceeded to slam into the side of Jeff’s head. Jeff fell to the ground once again, almost knocked unconscious.

He was not left there for long before he was seized by his assailant, and thrown against a grave. The stone exploded on impact with Jeff. Standing up once again, Jeff’s eyes focused on the name on the grave. As his eyes crossed the name on the granite, his black eyes widened. The words written across the gray slab were recognized by Jeff in an instant. It read out his brother’s name, Liu. Something was coursing through Jeff. Rage filled him within an instant, and he lashed out at Slenderman at extreme speeds. Jeff’s knife was slashing through his suit, as well as his pale skin. Slenderman began teleporting towards the forest.

“Come on bitch, I’m not finished with you yet!” Jeff hollered. “I want to help you get to sleep Randy! You look awfully tired!”

Whatever was flowing through Jeff caused his insanity to go into an overdrive state. He had become delusional. He ran at Slenderman, and back into the forest. He rushed through the woods, not observing his environment whatsoever. Jeff was deep into the forest, still pursuing the man. Slenderman continued warping around the forest. Jeff’s lack of caution caused him to trip on a branch lying in his way. As he crashed into the ground, shards of glass pierced him, and the contents of his pockets were thrown out. His items scattered the ground. As Jeff looked up with his mangled, bloody face, the scent of alcohol graced him. Jeff knew that he had been here before, he had fallen on this tree and dropped his bottle.

Jeff desperately searched the ground for his knife. He felt his hand grab hold of something warm, what he had hoped was his blade. Jeff had grabbed his liter. He quickly scrapped at it, hoping that the small flames would provide a source of light. His bloody hands covered the plastic in the red liquid. After many desperate attempts, a small, orange flame was produced. Jeff threw the liter out in front of him as he attempted to find his knife that lay close to him. Before he could make another movement, Slenderman appeared before him. The smooth white face that he had seen before was now covered in slashes and dark blood. Even though he looked hurt, Slenderman remained strong.

Jeff’s grip on the liter became loose, his blood had caused friction between it and his hand. The small blaze dropped towards the ground. Intense flames scorched as the liter hit the ground. Both adversaries fled away from the flame. Before either of them could put distance between themselves and the flame, it was ignited by the alcohol that soiled the ground. In a matter of seconds, the forest was burning from the ground up. Jeff looked for safety, yet none was to be found in the flames. Slenderman thought nothing of this, and continued to swing at Jeff. Jeff fought back, ignoring the orange and red covering his environment. The tall monster grabbed at Jeff. Jeff grabbed his knife and jumped.

To no avail, Jeff was pulled by the Slenderman, and was now stuck in his grip. Slenderman began to shake Jeff around, as he did this, Jeff bit at him, and a loud crack of bone could be heard. The pain surged through Slenderman, out of shock, he threw Jeff against a large tree. As Jeff flew towards the tree, a sharp pain hit Jeff straight in the back. It continued until he saw a large branch sliding through his torso, and he hit the base of the tree. Jeff had been viciously impaled by a long tree branch.

Blood gushed from his mouth and open wounds as he screamed out in pain. Slenderman then fled. He warped to an area of safety, where the forest had not been burned as of yet. He watched Jeff as he attempted to escape. At this point, the Slenderman knew that escape was impossible. The white monster could hear Jeff screaming, even from a large distance away. He continued to warp away from his territory, and left Jeff to burn in the flames.

The blaze became brighter, and surrounded Jeff. Struggling to avoid the intense heat, he violently slid his body from the tree. Fire engulfed Jeff, everything swirled around him. He became wrapped up into the flames, there was no hope for Jeff. He had lost his mind long ago, yet this was something different. He had reached his limit, and his state of mind burned just as the forest did.

.

“A young girl by the name of Sarah Burgess has been reported missing. She was last seen at Drop In Bar&Grill at around 9 o’ clock P.M. If you have any idea on the whereabouts of Sarah Burgess, please call the station at 404-835-HELP(4357). In other news, a major forest fire has broken out in the local area, the cause has not yet been discovered. Investigators are studying the remnants of the forest. The fire has been extinguished. This will hurt much of the animal life found in the once heavily wooded forest. We’ll bring more on this story as it comes.”

Mark turned off the television, and slumped into his couch cushion.

“Hey honey, you want to go take a look at the forest, well, whats left of it? They’ve put out the fire that burned the damn thing to the ground. There’s also a girl missing, maybe we’ll see her while we’re out there.”

“Can we do it some other time? I’m kind of busy right now Mark, and if the police can’t find that girl, there’s no way in hell we can!” Julia protested.

Mark argued. “Come on, it won’t hurt nothing. It won’t be more than a five minute walk!”

“Alright I guess, but five minutes only!”.

The man put on his shoes, and left his house with his wife. As they strolled towards the burnt out forest, they could see something moving in the opposite direction. It looked somewhat human. As they moved closer towards it, they noticed what looked like severe burns to it’s face. The creature’s eyelids were completely gone, and it carried an unnatural smile spread across his face. It was completely white, with hints of gray where it looked like he had been burned. It’s long, black hair was singed. They came closer towards it, and Mark shouted.

“Hey buddy, do you need some help?” Mark bellowed.

“Mark stop, we don’t even know who he is! He could be a fucking killer for all we know!” Julia whispered, frightened.

The man moved swiftly towards the couple. As he approached them, he drew a thick blade covered in a red liquid.

“I don’t, but I can tell you need some help to sleep.”

Jeff slashed the knife across the man’s neck, and he fell to the ground. His wife began to scream loudly. She was unable to continue, as she was next. She was stabbed directly in the heart with the knife.

“You don’t need to worry about me. Just go to sleep.”

Credit To: Dylan R. (CustomCreepyPasta)

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250 thoughts on “Jeff the Killer versus Slenderman”

  1. Man that clip 13 Obey the Walrus really crapped me for good. I don’t think I can ever sleep ever again. I’m regretting watching that. Creepy silent horror.

  2. I didn’t quite like it. Slenderman is my favorite and in this story he looked like a loser. Fighting slenderman is impossible for a human. Plus slenderman uses his tentacle, He has no facial part such mouth or whatever, a knife cannot effect him in any way and he doesn’t run away from someone he only chases.
    One more thing to be noticed, when slender man capture anyone he make him or her his minion. Also looking a his face causes distotion or head trauma or something.

  3. SPOILER ALERT i like the creepy pasta but there is no way that jeff could have killed those 2 people at the end here is my reasoning 1st it says that Jeff was intoxicated second the “smile” jeff gave himself most likely was never professionally treated by jeff so the likelihood of his blood being infected is 70 to 30 also he gets stabbed in the torso most definitely putting a hole in his stomach/chest area which is most likely rupturing his spleen, stomach, diaphragm, small intestine (maybe), breaking his spine and/or ribs, maybe rupturing his lungs (panting heavily), it also said that he sustained many cuts be good ol’ slendy and it said that he tasted blood gushing from his mouth which means that his blood veins were close to empty. and in the original jeff story it says he got shot in he arm by the dad before fleeing and he most likely sustained many other cuts and hits by other people so that is my reasoning for why jeff is already dead. and also 2 more things the tree branch probably ruptured his diaphragm which would make it impossible to breathe which would stop him from saying those last few lines at the end 2nd he landed the broken glass by the bottle of alcohol which means he has alcohol and glass in places it shouldn’t be . oh and he was burned alive twice in the original jeff story and now so yeah he ded

  4. Data not found

    So this story got 8.5/10… is this a joke? I’m surprised it got more than 3/10. This was terrible, well it’s better than the original Jeff the Killer story I’ll give that much… please don’t kill me.

  5. Er.. I don’t think anyone would but most people just focus on their imaginations and fake stories and not what’s going on in the real world

  6. David de Villiers

    One of my favourite pastas. I feel this is the best crossover ever. Although Slender Man could still just easily kill Jeff or maybe take him to his dark dimension, Jeff would put up one hell of a fight!

  7. If the girl likes Jeff then let her. It doesn’t matter if th story is shit. It’s th characters we look for and normally people don’t take notice of the story but like to d below it on their own. I would know because I Love Jeff the killer and his story doesn’t matter to me cuz I just like his character. You shouldn’t be shaming on others because of what they like. You wouldn’t want that to happen to you now would ya??

  8. I'm out of names

    I’ll be honest…
    It had alot of spelling error, and cliches… Also illogical.

    There, I’m honest.

  9. Jatin Krish Vig

    A good story, but, it didn’t really capture the insanity of Jeff as it was captured in the original. In the original, Jeff is shown as a creepy, crazy, really scary type guy. In this, he’s just shown generally abusive and somewhat like an ex-military person.
    Also, it was more action than horror…
    But, criticism aside, a good effort, one of the best Jeff vs Slender I’ve come across.
    Keep up the good work

  10. Oh yeah, because kids pulling out knives, guns and fighting at the age of 13, Jeff’s face being burned by bleach and alcohol, Jeff mindlessly killing his own family while they supported him is totally logical to the plot of the story. I don’t care if this is a fictional story, at least some logic must implemented in a fictional story. As for this story, a forest burning down by alcohol, A WET FOREST. That’s only the tip of the iceberg of how flawed the Jeff stories re At least my story has logic and common sense towards the protagonist..

  11. Holy crap, how durable is Jeff even supposed to be, god damn-
    This was still pretty good, I’ve put off reading this for too long-

  12. Sleeping school girl

    That was the best fucking horror story I have read in ages. Horror these days is never scary but this has reached and passed my horror story expectations. Thank you Dylan for writing this amazing story.

  13. Ryan Brennaman

    How this story achieved a rating so high is beyond me. There are so many mistakes, and the story is beyond poor. It makes no sense. Sorry, but there’s no reason this should be as popular as it is.

  14. I have not submitted a story to this site, simply because I did not feel the story was good enough. Then I read this. I’m starting to reconsider my earlier decision.

  15. There are shitloads of creepypastas better than Jeff the Killer:
    Funnymouth;
    The Harbinger Experiment;
    The Russian Sleep Experiment;
    Candle Cove;
    Where the Bad Kids Go;
    The SCP Foundation;
    Need I go on?

    1. The scp foundation is a creepypasta? jeez man i didnt know that, i learned about it from playing the game, exploring the site and the lore, i thought i was one of its biggest fans, and i didn’t even know that.

  16. I wonder how many of you kids actually get anything better than C/Ds on your creative writing projects. The only thing worse than these stories are the shitty games.

    The tl;dr generation at its finest. Try reading an actual book, then you might be able to write something that isn’t complete drivel.

  17. Nicola Marie Jackson

    You don’t have to come up in a cure for cancer in order to point out the praying doesn’t eliminate the disease xx

  18. I see a lot of people saying that either Jeff would win or he would give Slenderman a good fight, I know that’s false and it’s only the hope of Jeff the Killer fans that believe he’s better so this sort of let me down on the knowledge on the two. Slenderman is not only a figure of people’s fears which means he is completely inside of your head and the way he manifests into a physical being is by how powerful your fear and uncertainty is, but he’s time and space in his own right so if he really wanted to he could teleport back to the time Jeff was being created and kill his creator hence making him never exist. So Slenderman wins in everyway possible. Inside of the mind of somebody, causing them to lose their mind and kill themselves from wanted peace. Becoming an unharmable being and killing them. Or traveling in time to prevent their creation.

  19. A long time ago I read the Jeff the killer creepypasta, but I have forgotten most of it. I better go refresh my memory.

  20. Terrible story. The portrayal of slenderman doesn’t make any sense! Jeff shouldn’t be able to wound him since someone would have killed him a long time ago. Also the basic concept of Slenderman states that he is immortal and since he is immortal no mortal weapon or being could hurt him. Also the story wasn’t even scary not even a scrap of suspense or tension is found in this story. Almost reminds me of the first story of Jeff the Killer which also wasn’t scary and had major inconsistencies.

  21. Are we just going to ignore the fact that despite being burned, having multiple cuts that could easily get infected, being thrown around (a lot), having granite literally smashed over his head, and being impaled by a fucking tree branch, that jeff is still somehow alive and walking around (and still able to lunge no less)?

  22. Slender man can’t me killed he created himself to be powerful but not stronger than him self he wouldn’t run away he would eat his soul until jeff to the grilled is dead

  23. Awesome story, but at the same time it’s more action than horror. How old was Jeff again? 14? And he’s able to drink. Wow.

  24. Okay everyone saying that Jeff is immortal:

    Jeff is not an immortal devil/demon thing who can die and come back, he is a CHILD with no eyelids, no lips, destroyed eyes (what with them being drenched in bleach and all). He’s an unstable child with some very traumatic injuries who killed a few people.

    The Slender Man can teleport, his static and mental influence alone can reduce Jeff to a lump on the floor, plus his tendrils are limitless in length and are immensely powerful. Not to mention Slender Man is massive. Jeff who is AGAIN a child couldn’t reach his face or even shoulders in he tried. He can barely reach his torso lol.

    Jeff might as well be one of the many pets the Slender Man has killed and bagged up :/

  25. Absolutely cringeworthy, most of the story is trying to show how ‘super badass’ Jeff the Killer is and it comes across as really immature, sounds like something a 13 year old would write ironically enough. Also, Jeff is supposed to be human, how the fuck could he survive being impaled and also stabbed in the gut, it just makes no sense 1/10

  26. You need someone to edit/critique your stories. Decent, yet simply unfinished ideas…words repeated far too many times…sentences with no subject or meaning…and little to no interesting wording. Not trying to shit on ur dreams or whatever…but with that many “flaws” I found it very hard to read and enjoy. Having an older/more experienced writer proofread these things can and will make a world of difference

  27. Darren:
    Personally i think jeff would still win since slnderman is now missing an arm and he only has one left to fight with, and if jeff wasent drunk he would have completely killed him the first round

  28. The_Amazing SAF

    I thought that this was a pretty good story. I like how most people see Slendy and crap themselves, but Jeff is just so crazy that he starts laughing.

    1. Nicola Marie Jackson

      And thus re-ripping his face open. All you have to do is tell him a funny joke and his wounds reopen! Knock knock. Who’s there? The interrupting cow
      The interrupt- MOO! And then while he being all delicate and trying not to bleed on his jumper, you can kick his head in. Gosh I’m smart! By the way I didn’t down vote you on purpose Hon but it won’t let me cancel it, sorry Xx

  29. A Zerg Hydralisk

    alright crappypasta attitude, get over here
    *ahem*
    while I might not be understanding this fully, it seems jeff just walked out of a forest after being impaled and burned.
    JEFF
    IS
    NOT
    GOD

    jeff is a mentally insane killer, not a goddamn immortal

  30. Hmmmmm…. Where do I start. First of, slenderman is an entity and cannot be hurt. Next, Jeff would be tormented after that and than killed by slenderman. Third, the knife going into Jeff should have killed him, the branch going through him should’ve killed him within the first second. And I don’t care how sharp your knife is or how strong your arm is, you can’t through a knife and cut off someone’s arm, even if it was possible to hurt slenderman. It’s not like being a murderer gives you super powers or something. Aside from those major pet peeves, this was an entertaining read.

  31. Luvslender:
    Awsome story but slendy would have won I think. Jeff is still human so that’s why slendeman would have won

    Jeff the killer was in my house last night

  32. jeffthekillerlover:
    Ok,lets get this though..Before anyone reads this awesome story,they need to read the stories of Slenderman and Jeff the Killer…

    Slenderman is a Immortal 4 dimensional being,being able to teleport,cause static sounds and blurred vision,and telepathy..He cant be killed..but he can be harmed..

    Jeff the Killer is a physio path..He sold his soul to the devil for demonic power and everlasting life..but it is unclear in the story when he gets his knife back after throwing it at slendy..And the fact that he “died” in the forest and came back to life and killed the couple is just more proof that neither Slenderman Nor Jeff would have won…its a Tie…always will be

    Jeff didn’t sell his soul, he cut his face and burned his eyelids off.

  33. Anonymous:
    Clearly you haven’t read Jeff the killer vs Jane the killer it says that Jane and Jeff weren’t human any more, they are demons.

    Clearly you don’t know that was fanfiction.

  34. Dragonix:
    Actually, Slenderman is supposedly a 4th dimensional being trapped in our world, which is why he is able to teleport. Also, neither one of them can die, Slenderman because he is immortal, and Jeff because he sold his soul for evil power, so he just comes straight back from hell if he is “killed”. All this considered, I think the battle would end in a tie EVERY time they fought, no matter the circumstances.

    <Jeff isn't immortal, he's just a kid who cut his face up and burned his eyes off. And Slenderman can be killed, just not permanantlley/

  35. Ok Jeff I read you versus Jane (well actually I heard it from mrcreepypasta)and you are nothing but a fucking son of a bitch.now listen up Jeff I am not just the son of slender I am nightmare your fear is my entertainment I give you what you don’t want I will find you and kill you because guess what I am as badass as my dad so get ready for a fight my friend. Knight mare rules and Jeff sucks.p.s commenters acknowledge my comments because I fucking rule and if you don’t I will find you and kill you.

  36. I don’t know, I didn’t enjoy this story too much. It wasn’t up to par with Slenderman, nor was it really as good as Jeff The Killer, which really puzzled me because this is based off of them. Hm, try better.

  37. Ok listen up commenters I’m getting sick and tired of you not talking about me I am the mother fucking son of slender and my dad is badass so talk about my comments I know I don’t have a creepy pasta but just talk about my comments I don’t even care if it’s Jeff I just want to be noticed

    1. Don’t do that. It’s not cool/funny/impressive/anything and you’re just gonna get negative replies. The only thing I like is the idea that maybe some years later when you’ve grown up, you will remember writing these comments and realize how lame that was.

  38. Man, this is some hardcore shit right here! I LOVE IT! I’m Freaking FAVOURITING THIS! XD There was certainly a lot of heat in this fight!

  39. Clearly all of you guys fail to understand the ending. The way the person ends it that way to show that neither Jeff(not jack) or Slender man are quite human. Also the way it ended it leaves room for a sequel or many stories that end with a final showdown.

  40. OK I don’t have anything against this pasta just Jeff in general. How could Jeff still be functional after all this time? this pasta mentions a lot about his eyes and expression. He has no eyelids! By now his eyes should look like dried grapes! Can someone explain this to me? Secondly is there a definitive agreement on Jeff’s continuity what’s cannon and what’s crap?

  41. To be honest I would think that Jeff and Slendy would get along swimmingly. Both are snow white psychopath killers with no remorse,regret and mercy. the only real difference i can see in them is there origin there personality there means of killing and well Jeff is jeff hes like the joker mixed with a psychotic killer. Hell if this really happened im very sure Jeff would make that comment about slenderman and smiles.I also would think that if they would team up and the author actually knew how to write very well (im not trashing this author this story is actually really well done) i think they would be unstoppable to best honest.

  42. Well, to be completely honest this really was an amazing read. Not minding the ‘errors’ (I didnt really find any) but someone said in the comments that there were some… nice story. I like it XD

  43. Hmmmmm. Slendermans work was exceptional. Except, if he did what we agreed to, Jeff would be dead.
    :| he never listens

  44. Epic, though Slenderman would have easily killed Jeff first time he saw him. Jeff was drunk, speared on a tree branch, in a burning forest, doused in vodka. Seriously he lived?

  45. Wow OK, this story hurt a little. I wish Jeff the Killer remained as an enigma but you people seemed to crush that didn’t you? I don’t even know why I get on this sight anymore.

    Oh! P.S. Thanks for finding a way to ruin Slender man too!

    1. Avoid the Crappypasta “Kill the Killers” and “Oh Look, More Fanfiction” categories at all costs, then. This pasta was an April 1st parodypasta, but in those categories you’ll find many that are way worse and actually serious attempts to boot.

  46. ;-; That was beautiful, I really have more respect for Jeff now . I really want to cosplay him now. I love you, Jeff the killer. – Love Dominiku.

  47. Danis Yana Aisyatul Ikhwan

    wow, this story is make me gonna go to sleep, because i like a horror story ^_^. i just wanna know, in this website have a story of Jeff the Killer vs Jane the Killer

  48. Awesome, but I kinda wanna know who won. (I personally was going for Jeff,) but I guess neither won…? Anyway, how did Jeff survive if he was impaled by a fricken tree branch? And it’s cool to know that Slenderman bleeds. Finally something human about him other than that suit. (Jeff’s a drunk? -_+)

  49. Elizabeth B Loves Creepy Tee Hee

    You know some people really don’t like Jeff but I do I love his story and no I’m not a killer. I just love him, BEN, Sally, eyeless Jack, Slenderman ( NOT JANE ), hoody, and masky! I don’t have anything against Jane it’s just you know Jeff The Killer fan and they don’t like one other so yeah don’t hate me please.

  50. jeffthekillerlover

    Ok,lets get this though..Before anyone reads this awesome story,they need to read the stories of Slenderman and Jeff the Killer…

    Slenderman is a Immortal 4 dimensional being,being able to teleport,cause static sounds and blurred vision,and telepathy..He cant be killed..but he can be harmed..

    Jeff the Killer is a physio path..He sold his soul to the devil for demonic power and everlasting life..but it is unclear in the story when he gets his knife back after throwing it at slendy..And the fact that he “died” in the forest and came back to life and killed the couple is just more proof that neither Slenderman Nor Jeff would have won…its a Tie…always will be

    1. A Zerg Hydralisk

      jeff…
      is…
      not…
      a…
      fucking…
      IMMORTAL!!!!

      when will you stupid shit jefflovers ever learn that jeff is just a stupid, mentally crazed brat who likes to run around killing sleeping people?!
      god damn it I thought THIS site would be free of stupid ass jefflovers, but apparently they have breached the gates separating crappypasta and creepypasta!

    2. First of all, I’m not sure but didn’t the ‘static’ thingy come from that boring game, ‘Slender’?

      And also, when did he sold his soul to the devil? He’ll never be immortal.

      1. What was that on the ceiling?

        Nope, L2 Marble Hornets.
        He said sell his soul to the devil meaning not literally.

  51. Jeff is just a normal human being, getting impaled on a tree would have totally killed him, plus being burned to “death” by fire would’ve definitely killed him. And if he has no eyelids, how is his vision not blurred from never blinking? I can’t blame the writer for that because he didn’t invent Jeff, but still not having eyelids can definitely effect your chances of winning a fight. Especially with Slenderman, who is an extra dimensional being with telepathy and teleportation, and tentacles he can rape you with. :p

  52. Slenderman: i should have killed Jeff
    Herobrine: too bad slender, better luck next time
    slenderman: i shouldn’t be cut either
    herobrine: too bad you got cut. hahahahahhaha
    slenderman: curse you herobrine and you Jeff i won no matter what!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  53. Slenderman: i should have killed Jeff
    Herobrine: too bad slender, better luck next time
    slenderman: i shouldn’t be cut either
    herobrine: too bad you got cut. hahahahahhaha
    slenderman: curse you herobrine and you Jeff

  54. If he only had one knife, how did Jeff get it back after he threw it at Slendy in the graveyard?

  55. I think that I- I mean The Slender Man, will defeat That little punk with his so called knife. I am immortal!! That boy may have sold his puny little soul for evil power and to be somewhat immortal, just makes me laugh because no one is immortal but me! MUAHAHAHAH!!!!!

  56. This was a remarkably bad story, and I’m not sure why it is rated above a 3. Aside from terrible grammar/spelling/syntax, the ideas are poorly transitioned and many details are unnecessarily dwelt on, while others are ignored entirely. I don’t know about Jeff the Killer, having only skimmed his story, but Slenderman is portrayed as a slightly-mutated human. His key “scary” traits are either ignored or bent past the point of believability and weaken his appeal as an otherworldly entity. I spent most of the time alternating between waiting for the twist, wincing at the writing, and hoping it would end soon.

  57. I’m sorry guys, but I could hardly get through this one. I guess I’m a geek when it comes to syntax and voice, but the descriptions and use of extreme passive voice all but ruined it. Cool story, but go back and proofread.

  58. This story was probably one of those “wishful thinking” kind of stories I’d wanted to happen for a while, but you wrote it in a completely different perspective then I thought. Not only did I think you gave Jeff some kind of immortal power of invincibility (because let’s face it: he would’ve AT LEAST been too beaten up to even insult Slendy), but I really feel like you didn’t give Slendy any character, either. I mean, yeah, he’s faceless, but I would imagine he’d be able to communicate with Jeff with telepathy mind-talk or something(I dunno, that’s just me). I feel this was just like..a boring stick with tentacles versus a over-excited, unbreakable psychopath who both lack character and personality, not a “Slenderman vs. Jeff the Killer”. If there’s anything I did like, it was how you inserted the girl in there at the beginning..and then that couple in the end getting killed by Jeff. I like that. XD

  59. I personally think that this story was extremely Jeff-sided and I wo- Slenderman would have won.

  60. man i loved this it was amazing my friends always told me about this i woudnt think it would be this cool be the story proved me wrong! i loved it!

  61. GrammarNaziHeil

    I stopped at ” Jeff’s grip on the li[gh]ter became loose, his blood had caused friction between it and his hand.” While intrigued by this concept, it was the killing blow, for me anyway.

  62. I have just one problem with this, Jeff is just a fucked up normal human being. how in the hell did he survive getting stabbed by his own knife, getting stabbed by shards of glass, getting impaled by a tree branch, and getting burnt alive? He would have major blood loss he would have died like right after the tree branch impaled him.

    1. Clearly you haven’t read Jeff the killer vs Jane the killer it says that Jane and Jeff weren’t human any more, they are demons.

  63. The killer of killers

    oh Jeff poor poor Jeff i will come for you and jane you can both die tisk tisk tisk you know who i am Jeff the only way to survive is if you team up with Jane good luck sucka

    1. June the Killer and Jane the Killer

      Jane: UM! HELL NO!

      June: I suppose you don’t know about me, I am June the Killer a-

      Jane: Whats up with this shit? i mean I am JANE, then theres JEFF! and now JUNE!? WHY ARE THEY ALL J NAMES! GODDD DAMMIIITTTTT!!!!

      June: *facepalm* anyway… if me and Jeff team up then you are basiclly DEAD, touch Jeff and thats the LAST GOD DAMN THING YOU WILL DO!

      Jane: o.e she scares the fuck outta me..

      June: good ^^

      1. A Zerg Hydralisk

        *drives both claws through June’s shoulders from behind and viciously tears off head with jaws*
        NO MORE KILLERS!
        please…
        no more killers…

  64. Most…Boss…Ever! great job. its always nice to think outside the box a little. who says slender man cant be cut/shot? I bet your life you dont know!(the cake) in case you where refering to the documentary, slenderman was shot at, which was predetermined and acted upon by teleporting around the room before he could get hit. sooo… mystery solved. however, I dont think jeff could have lived that… maybe if he left a part of the tree inside him… gah, nevermind. GREAT STORY

    1. The original page for slender had a story where he took on an the army(can’t remember which country). They tried several different weapons, including a flamethrower…

  65. Ok people I need ur help. After reading this story a lot of my friends said that Slenderman would win if they met again. Soo, what you think? If this happened again, who do you think would ultimately conquer the other: Jeff or Slenderman?

        1. in german legend slendy isn’t a bad guy,on the country,he saves people not kill. them

    1. Personally i think jeff would still win since slnderman is now missing an arm and he only has one left to fight with, and if jeff wasent drunk he would have completely killed him the first round

      1. Actually, Slenderman is supposedly a 4th dimensional being trapped in our world, which is why he is able to teleport. Also, neither one of them can die, Slenderman because he is immortal, and Jeff because he sold his soul for evil power, so he just comes straight back from hell if he is “killed”. All this considered, I think the battle would end in a tie EVERY time they fought, no matter the circumstances.

        1. Thank you for mentioning the record of Slenderman’s 4th dimensional origins. It needed to be stated. But as much as I agree with your data, I feel drawn to play with it’s philosophical ramifications.
          You can’t sell your soul without a “buyer”. Assuming the source of Jeff’s evil power is also evil (and I see no reason to assume otherwise), then that source (the void, Lucifer, Voldimort, whatever) would be eager to collect its payment. That’s why people try to avoid making deals with deceptive cosmic entities, well, normally. So as super human as he may be, he’s still most likely ephemeral, I’m sure.
          As for Slenderman, I have no problem imagining his immortality, being an extradimensional entity and all, but (and humor me on this) what if another 4th dimensional entity plucked him out of our own existence, or if he came into violent contact with another 4th dimensional object like, say, if Jeff had some sort of hypothetical, 4th dimensional knife… could that kill him? Or if Jeff himself somehow transcended into some higher, super dimesional form: Mannimarco style… Food for thought!

      1. that is true if slenderman can handle slashes of a knife t his face and lose some arms its pretty self explanatory… slenderman cant die

  66. Sweet %^&*ing gods in heaven. Comments above actually treat this as a serious story, and LIKE it. Derpbutt, sorry but you failed.(succeeded?)

    To comment on the story itself(yes that would be stupid but a parody story deserves a parody comment), Slender is powered down a little. Jeff just becomes immune to the static, teleportation stays around but becomes useless for actual fighting etc.

  67. Not bad pasta, I like it. People should make more of these. Altough people would say Jeff was already killed by Jane .. It’s still good

    1. Yeah, but if you remember, Jeff comes back to life (or maybe just wakes up) at the beginning/end (the morgue scene, you know what I’m talking about) of the Jeff vs. Jane story. So he wasn’t really dead.

        1. thats true, he said, he’s fought, and i quote, “tall motherf*ckers, in the woods.”

  68. It was a great pasta, but it had some errors and wasn’t what I would have expected it would have been. I thought it would be like one of the other Jeff vs. (Blank) I’ve read. Jeff kills someone, (Blank) is just around the corner, makes attack, blah blah the end. It didn’t do that at all. All I have to say is great job, and I can’t wait to send this to my friend.

    1. She’s right dipshits its Jeff and this is one of the best Slender vs Jeff there is. I love how Jeff still lives through this :.:

  69. Although this was based more around action than horror, I did enjoy reading it, despite some spelling errors. But I also found it laughable at how Mark seemed totally fine with approaching the grinning, half-burnt creepy Jack. It was just silly to me. Otherwise, this was kind of a fun story to read as long as you’re not taking it too seriously.

        1. I do to but did jack win…
          If so it would have been awesome if they like ended up working together to kill people!

        2. Shay Colley the Killer

          guys. his name is Jeff, not Jack. ;-; i would know, im like his biggest fangirl XD

        3. OH MY GOSH……. ME TOO …… Jeff is my all time favorite creepypasta
          (≧∇≦)/

        4. Hehe….. Me too…. I just hope he wouldn’t kill me…. But chances are that he will….. Oh well, I still love him anyways (‘∀’●)♡

        5. OMG!! I am so glad that I am not the only person who falls in love with mental fictional killers!! And we are both MASSIVE OTAKU LOVERS ??

        1. Wow. Rude much? lol. Everyone likes their own things. Just cause you didn’t doesn’t mean it sucks, I happened to of enjoyed it :)

        1. technically no since slender didnt get killed neither did jeff the killer sooo its a draw

        2. Whiteknight12345678

          no, slendy retreated, he was just lucky asf,

          and, in the end, he left his forest/territory, leaving jeff so it’s like

          Jeff got hurt more, i guess, but slendy lost more and left in shameful defeat

    1. Data not found

      I disagree, I hate this story. In fact, please don’t hate me for this, I hate every story containing Jeff the Killer.

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