Victim speaks out for first time about Wisconsin ‘Slender Man’ attack
WGN - "[Leutner] said she wasn’t surprised when she heard about Geyser’s motive 'because she believed so hard in this thing that she would do anything for it.'”

Via WGN:

MILWAUKEE —- (WGN) -- A Wisconsin girl who was lured into the woods by two friends and stabbed 19 times in an effort to please a fictional horror character called Slender Man said she’s come to terms with aspects of the attack but still sleeps with broken scissors “just in case.”

In her first interview about the 2014 attack, which is set to air Friday, Payton Leutner told ABC News that despite her lingering trauma, she has “come to accept all of the scars that I have.”

“It’s just a part of me,” she said.

Leutner was 12 when two of her 12-year-old friends, Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, lured her from a sleepover to a nearby wooded park in the Milwaukee suburb of Waukesha, investigators said. In the ABC interview, Leutner recalled how, before the stabbing, Weier told her to lay down on the ground and cover herself with sticks and leaves to hide, as part of what Leutner believed to be a game of hide-and-seek.

“But it was really just a trick to get me down there,” Leutner said.

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