What does the boogeyman look like?
The Boogeyman is a real person. He looks much like you or me. You may have seen him in the coffee shop, while you were getting your groceries, or behind the counter at your local dry cleaners. He may be a coworker, a friend, or even a family member. The term Boogeyman became widely known during the investigation of an American serial killer in the early 1900s. Albert Fish was the serial killer that was first given this nickname, and the name was derived from American media. Fish was also referred to as the Gray Man, The Werewolf of Wysteria, and the Brooklyn Vampire. Later, there were also a handful of other serial killers that were dubbed The Boogeyman because of the way that they preyed on children. Alfred Fish was one of the first known serial killers to have a penchant for murdering children in some of the most grotesque ways imaginable and then eating some of their body parts. Ed Gein was another American serial killer that is sometimes referred to as The Boogeyman. His criminal c