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{{Quote|So what are we talking, Freddy Krueger here?"<br>"Oh, come on! We don't have a single shred of hard evidence here. I mean, until we do, this thing is just a boogeyman.|[[John Sheppard]] and [[Meredith Rodney McKay|Rodney McKay]]|Doppelganger}}
{{quote|Oh, come on! We don't have a single shred of hard evidence here. I mean, until we do, this thing is just a boogeyman.|[[Meredith Rodney McKay|Rodney McKay]]|Doppelganger}}
 
 
The '''boogie man''' (also spelled boogeyman, boogyman, bogyman, boogey monster) is a legendary monster. The bogeyman has no specific appearance and conceptions of the monster can vary drastically. It simply has no set appearance in the mind of a child, but is just an amorphous embodiment of terror. [[Dr.]] [[Meredith Rodney McKay|Rodney McKay]] referred to an [[Crystal of M3X-387|entity]] that appeared to scare people in their dreams as a boogie man. {{Cite|ATL|Doppelganger}}
 
The '''boogie man''' (also spelled boogeyman, boogyman, bogyman, boogey monster) is a legendary monster. The bogeyman has no specific appearance and conceptions of the monster can vary drastically. It simply has no set appearance in the mind of a child, but is just an amorphous embodiment of terror. [[Dr.]] [[Meredith Rodney McKay|Rodney McKay]] referred to an [[Crystal of M3X-387|entity]] that appeared to scare people in their dreams as a boogie man. {{Cite|ATL|Doppelganger}}
   

Latest revision as of 18:50, November 4, 2016

"So what are we talking, Freddy Krueger here?"
"Oh, come on! We don't have a single shred of hard evidence here. I mean, until we do, this thing is just a boogeyman.
"
John Sheppard and Rodney McKay[src]

The boogie man (also spelled boogeyman, boogyman, bogyman, boogey monster) is a legendary monster. The bogeyman has no specific appearance and conceptions of the monster can vary drastically. It simply has no set appearance in the mind of a child, but is just an amorphous embodiment of terror. Dr. Rodney McKay referred to an entity that appeared to scare people in their dreams as a boogie man. (SGA: "Doppelganger")

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