It was many months later, during a sleepover with a friend, that he decided to take another look.
Commented on July 3, 2016 at 4: Bear mentioned as he panned the camera towards multiple bottles of gasoline beside a bush. Commented on November 28, 2016 at 4: My instincts told me this was probably a lie, and the owner of Caledon Local 21 is probably long gone, only existing as folklore in this smaller isolated community. Bear then went off-camera, there were some minor sounds such as shuffling, and then Mr. Not only for myself, but for all of you guys who are just as intrigued as I am by that ominous man in a bear suit from my past.
Near here is a small playground The kids told me people rarely use it The man supposedly lives in the large pipe that rain water drains out of, people have seen him, although always either wearing a bear mask or the mask and a full body bear costume.
My dad never told me what happened for a while, I forgot about it anyway too. Interestingly enough, the show was shot in a basement, which looked just like the one used in Mr.
Bear do to the children? Two women lived there, operating a day care business… how ironic. I stood my ground and shrugged.
At the end of the hallway to the right was an open doorway presumably leading to the kitchen. He also looked about 11-12, which caused me to recognize him.
Elliot may not have known what local access TV was at the time, but he did know enough about what he was watching to understand that the quality wasn't particularly good.
In fact, his options were incredibly limited, with channel 2 — TVO Kids — being the only one he deemed worth his time… until he discovered local access channel 21.
Here is what I know now: Bear, who was walking up stairs to the cellar door. But the third tape was something else entirely.
My dad put the TV he bought in my room, unfortunately it was just an old, small boob tube, with rabbit ears even. As you might have already guessed, he kidnapped kids and held them in his cellar.
Commented on July 8, 2016 at 5: When the police told me everything, I now know who the blood belonged to.