The fake Brazilian cave paintings
There is a supposed cave painting at Serra da Capivara National Park in Brazil that depicts Slenderman. It is said to have dated back to 900 BC. That supposed cave painting is shown here:
Three words, and there is no pride in saying them: Photo-Shopped-HORRIBLY. Just taking a first glance at this picture should throw up some red flag warning signs! Take a look at the supposed Slenderman figure closely:
Compare the texture on the limbs to the rest of the texture on the cave painting. Some random person thought they’d be funny and draw limbs on this picture to make it look like Slenderman. They snapped the picture and probably used the brush tool on a painting program to draw the lines. Still don’t believe it? Fair enough, time to show you the hard evidence then. Say hello to the ORIGINAL picture:
Okay, so it’s not the EXACT same picture, it’s a photo from a different angle. Even still, both picture the same cave painting. Now look closely at the actual figure:
Same picture. No limbs. The original painting unlike other sites claim, is actually from Bulgaria. Not Brazilian at all! It located in the Magura Cave which is in the north west part of Bulgaria. This picture like so many others is a hoax, a fake, case closed. In the immortal words of the Myth Busters, "this myth is busted".