This title reminded me of one of my favorite nosleep stories, that I've been wanting to find again for a while but I can't remember the name.
Maybe someone will know what I'm talking about. It's about how there is this massive hole that appears under beds at random intervals. The girl is playing hide and seek and hiding under her bed when the hole appears and she falls in, and there's various other kids down there, and the hole is slowly digesting them. After the other kids get fully digested, the girl decides she's going to climb out, but as soon as she gets to the top and reaches out, she grabs the hand of the kid sleeping in his bed and he screams and drops her back into the hole.
When I was a kid I had an irrational fear of something under my bed. I would tend to talk to him at night. Speak about the events of that day. It set my mind at ease.
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I always thought there was a much more fearful monster out there that the creature under my bed was protecting me from. I miss those days when I felt like someone was listening. I'm listening to you. Sometimes people are listening and sympathizing even when it feels like they aren't. I just keep thinking in the now and living in what I had. Rather I should be looking forwards and taking things a step at a time.
Nobody has ever taken substantial steps forward without a few steps back. It's only human nature to make mistakes. In the words of the Dalai Lama: The goal is not to be better than the other man, but your previous self. So good going for warm and fuzzy but when Frank said the bad guy in your closet I had a pit in my stomach.
I've seen stories like this so many times, and I love all of them. Sympathetic monsters are one of my favorite things. Holly cow I literally got goosebumps when he said "the man in the closed" nice story: By far one of my favorite stories that I've ever read. Thank you for making my morning better.
So basically the man in your closet was also Frank!? He did his best to fight his bad side by inventing Frank.. That's so wholesome, I hope they give him a blanket. I thought it was going to be similar to the grim reaper incident, but it threw me for a pleasent surprise! I am glad things worked out. What if there was a story that was basically Spawn except instead of demons and hellspawn it's monsters that hide under the bed and instead of the redeemer and the angels it's teddy bears? Then there's a monster that wants to protect children but he's misunderstood and teddy bears keep kicking his ass and there's some kind of monster overlord that sending monsters to keep him in line, too.
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There Is a Monster Under My Bed is an exploitable comic featuring a son who cries out that a "monster" is under his bed, leading his father to discover a Monster energy drink. Online, the comic inspired the creation of photoshopped edits typically featuring absurdist humor. On May 17th, , artist David T. Michaels posted a comic to Instagram  in which a son yells "Dad! There is a monster under my bed! Within seven months, the post gained over 28, likes.
On July 23rd, a collection of edited versions of the comic was uploaded by Imgur  user Boronlump shown below.