Well, it didn’t take long. In April, we informed you of the Crystal Lake Tours taking place in Hardwick, NJ for the summer season. At the time, these tours mostly took place throughout July at the famous Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco, the location where most of the Friday the 13th Part 1 film took place.
We also let you know that these tours fill up quickly with people visiting all over the country for this experience. Needless to say, many fans of the movie “Friday the 13th” Part 1 can’t get enough of the bloody thirty experience.
Now, it looks like Jason isn’t done terrorizing New Jersey just yet. Crystal Lake Tours recently announced that more tour dates have been added later this summer. So if you haven’t had a chance to experience it yet, here is your next opportunity.
And there is even more. With the newly added tours, discover even more. According to crystallaketours.com, fans will also have the “opportunity to dine in our historic dining room and watch the film on location.” How awesome is that?
In addition to the added benefits for the month of August, here’s what else the tour offers.
Did you know that Friday the 13th Camp Part 1 is in New Jersey, and you can now visit it?
Get ready, Camp Blood, we’re coming for you. An incredible experience of one of the greatest horror movies ever made right here in New Jersey.
Well, that depends. For the most part, it’s all a matter of interpretation. Some will hear “CH-CH-CH-AH-AH-AH” while others will hear “KI-KI-KI-MA-MA-MA”. But did you know that there is actually a correct answer to this question?
According to an article on 1428elm.com, the correct answer to this very important question has been revealed by Harry Manfredini, composer of ‘Friday the 13th, Part 1.’ From what it seems, neither is right. The article states that the theme uses “Kill his mommy!” by Pamela. from the first film”, of which “Manfredini twisted the words ‘kill’ and ‘ma’ until they sounded like the recognizable melody we all know and love.”
That said, there’s no way New Jersey will accept this as an official answer. So for all the Friday the 13th fans, what would you say is correct? How do you interpret the iconic theme that is etched in our minds for all eternity?
Warner Bros. abandoned zoo discovered by hikers
In the 1970s, there was a zoo and a Warner Bros. theme park. near Greenwood Lake, and its ruins still lie rotting in the woods.