Did you know that a statue of Jason Voorhees, the terrifying masked killer of the “Friday the 13th” saga, had been chained for several years at the bottom of a lake in Minnesota? Back on a funny story.
A few months ago a mysterious monolith, similar to that of 2001: A Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick, was discovered in an American desert. A subtle way to place a piece of the seventh art in an unusual place.
But what about the crazy gesture of Curtis Lahr and his friend Doug recalled this Thursday by Tales From The Click Twitter account ? In 2013, the two Americans had the idea of building a statue bearing the likeness of Jason Voorhees, the terrifying masked killer of the Friday the 13th saga, then going to chain him to the bottom of a lake in Crosby. , in Minnesota!
This exact replica of the boogeyman in the hockey mask, machete in hand, has been placed 120 meters deep in a place very popular with divers. We can imagine the reaction of those who have crossed in the depths of the lake one of the most frightening characters of the seventh art.
Fans of Friday the 13th will note that this may be a cinephile nod to the sixth installment of the saga, titled Friday 13 – Chapter 6 : Jason the living dead. At the end of the latter, the killer indeed finds himself chained alive at the bottom of a lake!
Finally, for the intrepid who would like to meet this Jason buried under water, no need to travel to Minnesota: the imposing statue was unearthed in 2018.
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