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Brian Thomas, better known as Creepypasta Hoodie, was a character in the ARG Marble Hornets story and seemed to be a good friend of Tim.
His appearance is seen early in the series in several strips, where he is shown to be the main character for the Marble Hornets, but is constantly annoyed and confused by Alex's attitude.
The Story of Creepypasta Hoodie
In Entry 51, Brian walks around innocently and receives some suggestive shots of himself wandering around a burned-out building that Alex plans to claim is the old burnt-out school of Brian's characters. During the shooting, Brian becomes very embarrassed and asks Alex to hurry up, but the cameraman attacks him soon after. As the camera rolls back up, Brian runs around the building after Alex and runs into Tim, who is coughing in the corner of the burnt room. As Brian turns, the cameraman is behind him and the video cuts out again. When the video returns, Brian is being led off the screen by an unknown figure, presumably Alex, and another figure (or possibly thatsame) picks up the camera and leaves him behind.
Continuation of the story of creepypasta Hoodie
Entry 54 shows Brian again, however, given that he is fine, this tape should be before entry 51. Here he is waiting with Alex at Tim's apartment while Tim leaves to turn the power back on. He is in the apartment to discuss what the music from the film should be. He is also in Entry 55 trying to film a scene and talking to Alex and Tim about a possible location.
The essence of the character
Hoodie is a fan nickname attached to the hooded character in the Marble Hornets who first appeared in Entry 41. Little is known about him until he got close to Entry 83, but even after the series ends, many questions remain. The hoodie has been seen in several entries, the first being in entry 39, where he appears chasing Jay while he sleeps in his car.
During story 83, Tim attacks Hoody, causing him to fall off the windowsill, apparently killing him. Tim retrieves the tape from his pocket, which is shown during taping 84 as a videotape of Alex's audition of the Marble Hornets before he met the Operator. During the auditions, Brian is shown wearing the same hoodie that Hoody always wore, leading Tim to believe he was the same character. This theory was later confirmed in article 86, which also indicated that Khudi had indeed been killed in the fall. In an interview with the Marble Hornets, Troy Wagner,Joseph DeLage and Tim Sutton confirm Brian is Hoodie.
Hoody's connections and intentions have never been made clear, though he is known to have tried to kill Alex.
In Entry 73, Hoodie is shown to be taking pills regularly, as he has several empty pill containers in his apartment. The fact that he stole the pills from both Alex and Tim supports the theory that Hoody has the same symptoms as Tim.
History of the name
Hoodie's nickname was made up by fans, as the character was originally called simply "the hooded figure". The names Hoodie and Masky were eventually accepted as canon by THAC. It was created by THAC for the ARG Marble Hornets. Contrary to popular belief, the hoodie is neither a creepypasta character nor a confidante. Hoodie and Muskie appeared in the YouTube series Marble Hornets. Not only are they not confidants, but they have never even come into contact with Slender Man. The main antagonist of the Marble Hornets is the Operator, a character similar to Slender Man with some changes in fundamental aspects. The operator plays a big role in Hoodie's story.
Role in the plot
In fact, the opposite is true, as everyone is constantly trying to thwart Alex, who is also trying to destroy the Operator, but in a different way than they are. In addition, Hoody and Muskie are the alternate personalities of Brian Thomas and Tim Wright. By the end of Marble Hrnets, Brian is dead and Tim has reset his personality changes. None of themcontrolled the shifts, showed no ability to remember what happened, and Tim specifically does everything for the Mask and for himself in order to stop the Operator as quickly as possible. By the end of the series, Tim and Hody were enemies and Hody was eventually killed by Tim and then declared to be Brian.
According to Hoodie's story, he is related to black-eyed children. The Black Eyed Children is an urban legend about alleged paranormal beings who resemble children between the ages of 6 and 16, with pale skin and black eyes. They hitchhike or fool around or meet on the doorsteps of residential buildings. Tales of black-eyed children have been around since the 1950s.
History of the legend
The legend allegedly originated from 1996 messages written by Texas reporter Brian Bethel on the "Ghost Mailing List", which recounts two alleged encounters with black-eyed children. Bethel describes an encounter with two such children in Abilene, Texas in 1996 and states that another person had a similar, unrelated encounter in Portland, Oregon. Bethel stories have come to be seen as classic examples of creepypasta. They have gained such popularity that he has posted a FAQ just to keep up with the demand for more information about the new urban legend.
In popular culture
In 2012, the horror film Black Eyed Kids was produced with the financial support of Kickstarter, and its director noted that the creepythe kids were an urban legend who had been flying around the internet for years, and he always thought it was fun. The 2013 episode of MSN Weekly Strange, which featured reports of black-eyed children, is credited with helping to spread the legend online, as did Hoodie's story at the time.
In one week in September 2014, the British tabloid Daily Star ran three front-page scoops about alleged sightings of black-eyed children linked to the sale of a haunted pub in Staffordshire. The newspaper claims a shock increase in sightings around the world. Alleged sightings are being taken seriously by ghost hunters, some of whom believe children with black eyes are aliens, vampires or ghosts.
Debunking a myth
Publicist Sharon A. Hill could not find any documentation of children with black eyes and concluded that the stories were being passed down as stories about friends of a friend. Hill believes the legend is reminiscent of typical spooky folklore stories such as the ghostly black dog, where the subject is not supernatural and there may never have been a true original encounter. The creepypasta hero Hoodie, whose photo and images you can see in this article, is very similar to a typical representative of black-eyed children.
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