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Lock your door, look for suspicious shadows and hope you do not hear the "tick-tock" of the clock. If you do, be afraid because you're about to face your deepest fear ... The Boogeyman is coming to getcha!

From out of the shadows, The Boogeyman now lurks on Friday Night SmackDown. A face of mindless evil, it is said that The Boogeyman feasts on fear and is fueled by the paranoia of others. Relishing the opportunity to recite deeply unsettling rhymes and riddles, The Boogeyman celebrates the delicious destruction of his next victim. He also treats live worms as tasty treats and did the unthinkable: eating the growth off Jillian Hall's face.

Indeed, The Boogeyman has arrived on SmackDown and he has grand plans of creating havoc. He has tormented and defeated JBL. Now, The Boogeyman is playing frightening and gruesome mind games with Booker T and Sharmell.

During the summer of 2005, bone-chilling commercials for “The Boogeyman” began running during Friday Night SmackDown and other WWE programming -- filled with haunting screams and a memorable, sinister laugh. However, something disturbing happened on the set during filming, and the show was instantly put on hold by the network.

Enter network executive Palmer Canon.

On the heels of a new talent initiative headed by Friday Night SmackDown General Manager Theodore Long, Canon introduced The Boogeyman, citing the network’s interest in "synergy" with WWE.

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