The last week's been rather intensive for the science team. We've made a few breakthroughs and gotten some good results, from what they're saying. We're officially done with Tom, by the way. He's opted to head out, and we've permitted him to leave. We got what we needed out of him.
We can't talk about everything that's been done, but suffice it to say we've got a few leads on how to deal with B2.
We think we've figured out what's up with all of the 'what the fuckery' on this blog and in all of the PTC's activities regarding the Slender Man. Dimensional bleeding, as has been suggested by some of the commenters. The Slender Man has been confirmed to be the source of that dimensional bleeding. We took Tom to the site of the Winter Solstice engagement outside Indianapolis, to test a few things regarding the redacted information in the After-Action Report.
Results were...disturbing. Basically, the Slender Man's constant pursuit of individual prey over long distances is causing breakdowns in dimensional walls.
We can't tell you everything about what happened, but it was, quote, 'fucked up.' We haven't figured out a way to cage the Slender Man in, as we originally expected, but we've gained some valuable insight into how it moves so quickly. As suspected, it's not teleportation. More like 'dimensional folding.' It goes to another dimension, walks around there for a little while, then leaves that dimension, and comes back in our dimension in another location.
The result is that we've got a basic framework to work with.
We're going to start working on a way to get to where the Slender Man goes when he decides to go for a multidimensional stroll.