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First day of seventh grade in Waukesha for Slenderman victim

'Slenderman' Stabbing Victim Returns to School

By JUSTIN WILLIAMS

WAUKESHA (WITI) - A little girl, stabbed and left for dead in the woods in Waukesha by two girls who were supposedly her friends had a big day Tuesday, September 2nd. She headed back to school - for her first day of seventh grade.

The girl survived 19 stab wounds, and spent much of her summer recovering from the stabbing incident that occurred on May 31st.



After what she has been through, it is easy to understand why this little girl was ready to head back to school.

"May 31st of this year - this little girl gets lured into the woods and stabbed 19 times," the girl's family's spokesman Stephen Lyons said.

12-year-old Morgan Geyser and 12-year-old Anissa Weier have been charged as adults in the case - each facing a felony first-degree intentional homicide charge. The girls apparently stabbed the victim in order to appease Slenderman - a fictional online character.

"You saw the most horrific thing happen," Lyons said.

The little girl, stabbed 19 times, has had a stressful summer of surgeries, specialists and recovery.

"A typical week, for weeks at a time, eight or 10 doctors appointments," Lyons said.

On Tuesday, the little girl started seventh grade with a smile.

"Throughout the summer, the parents would write on a grocery list, and put down groceries, and at the bottom of the list she'd always write 'school supplies.' Every week: 'school supplies' - so she wanted to get back to school. She was excited about it," Lyons said.

Lyons says the girl is grateful to be getting on with her life as her healing continues.

"Now we're dealing with some of the emotional needs. This little girl is in therapy and so is her family. Rightfully so - and getting the help that they all need to address this horrific situation. This is one of the first chapters in a very long book, but having said that, we like where the book is headed," Lyons said.

As for her recovery, this little girl still has a long way to go. The girl's family continues to accept donations to cover the cost of her treatment - which could reach the $400,000 mark.

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kimcrdr September 03 2014 at 11:02 AM

My daughter is a year older than her and this just brings tears to my eyes! Bless her heart, I'm glad to hear she is on the up side and ready to go to school, Best of luck to you young lady!!

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zygi & paris September 03 2014 at 11:48 AM

Don't come with that incompetent to stand trial stuff. They knew exactly what they were doing. They planned and plotted to kill this child. Try them and give them their just punishment. I would hate that such evil minds were lurking among my child.

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Kay September 03 2014 at 12:06 PM

Good luck to this young lady. May you always do well in everything you do. Enjoy the seventh grade, that was one of my favorite grades in school. Savor every day this year and in the coming years. Hugs to you.

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buddwhyzr September 03 2014 at 12:36 PM

Good luck and wishing you a bright future, kid. Send your graduation pic in a few years to the psychos in prison.

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libsfault September 03 2014 at 11:09 AM

Those two girls are cold blooded murderers that need to be put to death.

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hellyon3too libsfault September 04 2014 at 7:11 AM

Pardon me. Your ignorance is showing.

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Michele September 03 2014 at 11:10 AM

My best to her. Glad she is ready to move on to bigger and better things.

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libsfault September 03 2014 at 11:11 AM

Those two girls are cold blooded murderers who need to be put to death.

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vetter66 September 03 2014 at 11:30 AM

how do i make a donation

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Kate vetter66 September 03 2014 at 2:34 PM

I'm not sure, because her name was never released. But perhaps you could find something by googling 'slenderman victim fund'?

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Chickiepoo vetter66 September 03 2014 at 4:21 PM

FOR: "vetter66".......

This is the site with her "page" for donating....

http://www.gofundme.com/heartsforhealingwi

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drsreflect September 03 2014 at 1:41 PM

Good for this little girl, that she has the courage to want to go back to school. Hopefully she will find new true friends and stay away from all forms of "social" media. The internet is way pout of control and children haaave way too much access to the entire media system.

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andallthatjazz013 September 03 2014 at 2:09 PM

What children are doing to each other has gone beyond despicable, beyond all human consciousness.
And they are getting away with every inconceivable act due to their ages.

When I was a kid, this kind of stuff wouldn't have even been a thought, little alone a possibility.
Then again, we didn't sit in front of computers filled with weird fantasy worlds, either.

Let these girls be an example to the rest of the kids that this kind of action is NOT ACCEPTABLE and WILL be punishable!

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meepstein andallthatjazz013 September 03 2014 at 3:32 PM

This has been going on for far longer then people think. It's only recently that it has been brought out in the media. The first known child serial killer was killing people in the late 19th century.

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