Ofelia must successfully retrieve a dagger which was kept locked in Pale Man's lair the first task was getting the key. This, as expected, woke the Pale Man from his deep silent slumber, who quickly picked up his eyeballs off a platter on the table and placed them into the eye sockets in the palm of his claw-like hands, to see and immediately set off to find and eat Ofelia. He is a pale skinned humanoid monster with his eyeballs in the palms of his hands, giving him a terrifying appearance. When Ofelia visits Pale Man, he is sleeping in a chair at his dining table next to a warm crackling fireplace. The children in the paintings are obviously and unsuccessfully begging for mercy, indicating that Pale Man had no trace of humanity. He was portrayed by Doug Jones, who also portrayed the Faun and from Ouija: Origins of Evil.
The Faun warned her not to eat anything from the luxurious banquet served at the sleeping Pale Man's table, and also let her take his pet fairies with her to serve as a guide during this journey. Once there, Ofelia quickly found the dagger with some help from the fairies, but when she was about to leave, she just couldn't resist temptation and ate two juicy plump grapes from the Pale Man's banquet, in spite of the fairies reminding her not to do so. Mature pages are recommended for those who are 18 years of age and older. Entrusted with this secret and believing Jasper to be innocent, Charlie embarks on a dangerous journey to find the true killer. If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. The girl watched in horror as Pale Man was attacked by the three fairies accompanying her, two of whom he grabbed and mercilessly devoured.
Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page. As Ofelia rushed to escape, Pale Man though not able to walk very fast was close behind. During the time the story takes place it is in the post—Civil War Spain in 1944 after Francisco Franco has come into power. And in a corner of Pale Man's lair were a large pile of children's' clothing and shoes, which indicates that he does eat his victims entirely, as there are no bones or remains left. The Pale Man is the secondary antagonist of the 2006 fantasy drama film Pan's Labyrinth; despite only appearing in one scene.
There may be some who somehow stumble across it by accident or maybe the Pale Man has his own methods of leaving. The exit closed just seconds before Ofelia was able to reach it, but she quickly drew another one with a piece of chalk that she was carrying and both her and the remaining fairy managed to escape just in the nick of time, leaving the Pale Man behind to presumably go back into slumber at his table. Set over the scorching summer holidays of 1965, Charlie defeats the local racists, faces the breakup of his parents and falls head over heels in love as he discovers what it means to be truly courageous. Pale Man likely did the paintings himself, keeping them and the clothes of his victims as trophies. . The thing that slumbers there, it is not human. .
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