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'''The Man with the Upside-Down Face''' is an Urban Legend, which is notable for being one of the evilest and most threatening beings created by Trevor Henderson.
 
'''The Man with the Upside-Down Face''' is an Urban Legend, which is notable for being one of the evilest and most threatening beings created by Trevor Henderson.
   
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Downside_Up.jpg|The anatomy of The Man with the Upside-Down Face's head.
 
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Revision as of 23:23, February 7, 2020

The Man with the Upside-Down Face is an Urban Legend, which is notable for being one of the evilest and most threatening beings created by Trevor Henderson.

History

He appears to be a man with a very large grin, having his head upside down. His mouth appears to be on the top, while his neck is being covered by his hair. He also appears to be wearing a gray coat. Pictures of The Man started appearing on the internet, when Trevor uploaded three old photographs onto his social medias. When you first time look at the photos, everything seems normal, until you look in the background. Finding out that The Man is in every photo, watching the events take off. 

In the first photo, people are surrounded by a car which had an accident. While The Man is seen in the middle, smiling at the event. In the second photo appears to be a similar case, except The Man is inside of the car smiling directly at the photographer. In the third photo appears to be a normal regular photo, except The Man appears in the behind, smiling. Looking into deeper though the third photo, it's notable that the location of the picture is in Budapest, Hungary, giving the evidence that The Man is an Hungarian evil-doer. 

Because of The Man's nature of appearing constantly in tragedies when victims die, it was believed that he was in fact supposed to replicate the infamous Grim Reaper. Future investigating that was not the case. Trevor later on uploaded more three old-photos of The Man to his medias, which revealed how sinister The Man really is. The Man has the goal of feeding off of negative emotions such as grief from roadside accidents, possibly trying to cause as much car accidents and griefs as possible. When he creates his actions, he's invisible to the public, only photographs reveal that he's really there causing madness. As Henderson states, “His face is on wrong because he loves perverting the expectations of how a human is put together. He loves grief and pain from roadside accidents, but any awful feelings will do. He’s an awful parasite, like a leech or lamprey. He’s physically there, we just can’t see him though”.

It's believed that The Man is just as bad or even much worse then the infamous Cartoon Cat, and The Man appears to be the most threatening-evil being out there. Causing and feeding on pain, suffering, and death without any remorse, he leeches off the suffering of his victims, during their terrifying events, sucking the life out of them for his own pleasure.

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  • He was created by Trevor Henderson, who is known for making various bizarre creatures over the internet. His other creations include the famous Siren HeadCartoon Cat, the Country Road Creature, the Bridge Worms, and the Long Horses.
  • On a “pain scale” of one to ten (with ten being the worst) created by Henderson for his monsters, both The Man and Cartoon Cat are placed on ten, implying that they are both possibly the most evil beings Trevor has created by far.

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