Step Into Your Nightmares And Take A Tour Of Friday The 13th's Camp Crystal Lake
Horror fans, cancel your plans for October 31st, because this is an opportunity not to be missed.
If you're partial to a bit of a scare and the movies just aren't quite cutting it anymore, we might have the perfect solution to your problem.
Instead of merely watching a scary movie, why not go one better and actually step into one?
Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco, New Jersey, is the campground that served as the original Camp Crystal Lake in Friday the 13th and this year it will be making the very rare move of opening its gates to fans of the landmark slasher film to give them the opportunity to tour the location themselves.
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Given that No-Be-Be-Sco is an active boy scout camp, very few people have ever been given the chance of a tour, but on Friday October 13th that is going to change.
The camp laid out the details in a press release for Bloody Disgusting.
"As with past tours, the number of tickets will be very limited. Every tour attendee needs a ticket - no exceptions. No tickets will be available at the gate on the day of the tour," the statement read.
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"Tickets will be announced in two groups.
"Group 1) To show our appreciation for our most dedicated fans, the first group of tickets will be announced via email to anyone that has made a minimum $50 souvenir purchase in our online shop between January 1st, 2017 and 7am the day the tickets go on sale. ($50 minimum not including shipping).
"Group 2) After that, the remainder of the tickets will be announced to our general mailing list. You can join the mailing list here. Please note that tour announcements will only be made on the mailing list and will not be posted anywhere else."
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Think you're brave enough to head up there? Well, I should hope so, given that even a bunch of boy scouts are man enough to camp up there.
Still though, there's always a chance Jason could be lurking in those woods...and there's only one way to find out.
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