Friday, May 13th 10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT
According to its creators, the original Friday the 13th wasn’t actually based on actual events, though the similarities to a true horror story from two decades prior are quite chilling…
On Sunday, June 5th of 1960, four young teenagers (below) were camping out on Finland’s Lake Bodom, a picturesque locale that bears a striking resemblance to the faux Crystal Lake. Between 4am and 6am, an unknown maniac wielding a knife brutally murdered three of the youngsters, the fourth managing to escape with a fractured jaw and a concussion.
Luci and Anthony will discuss the origin of Friday the 13th, Superstitions, and the infamous unsolved case of Finlands, Bodom Lake murders that is eerily similar to Jason Voorhees.
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