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How many Marble Hornets videos are there?

How many Marble Hornets videos are there?

92 videos
To date, there are 92 videos on the main channel (87 entries). The series also has 38 accompanying videos from a side-channel, “Totheark”.

Who is Totheark in Marble Hornets?

totheark is a YouTube Channel, which commonly responds to the videos created by MarbleHornets. The videos in Totheark’s channel are dark, cryptic, and disturbing, and some feature a figure that may be the Operator.

Are Marble Hornets scary?

Marble Hornets has got to be one of the scariest movies of all time. It is a low budget film, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t worth seeing. It definitely does it’s job. The acting may not be “professional” and the camera isn’t always focusing on the action, but that’s, interestingly enough, a good thing for this film.

Why is it called Marble Hornets?

Origin and History MH gains its name from Alex Kralie’s film project, Marble Hornets. Early entries consisted of tapes from the Marble Hornets film and of those taken by Alex who obsessively recorded himself in order to capture The Operator stalking him.

Is Masky in Marble Hornets?

Timothy “Tim” Wright (also known as the Masked Man or Masky) is an anti-hero and originally a supporting antagonist in the series Marble Hornets. He is also the second personality of Timothy Wright and former partner of Hoody.

Why is Slender Man called the operator?

Trivia. The name “The Operator” has thus far never been used in the series (except once on a scribbled sheet drawn by Alex, and in several totheark videos); the name was ascribed to the character in interviews by series creators Troy Wagner and Joseph DeLage.

Is Marble Hornets a real story?

More videos on YouTube. These videos were some of the first entries into Marble Hornets, an early fictional YouTube horror series that garnered a cult following and boasts a vibrant fandom across platforms even today. The series is a beloved relic of old YouTube and early internet culture.

Is Marble Hornets an ARG?

Marble Hornets is a YouTube and Twitter-based ARG-mockumentary that has been ongoing since the first video was posted on June 20, 2009. The channel has, in a year and a half, gained 41,741 subscribers and has racked up an impressive 8,943,042 upload views.

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