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Celebrate Friday The 13th At Camp Crystal Lake By Spending The Night And (Probably) Not Dying

There's another Friday the 13th (the date, not the movie) coming up in April, so it's time to start planning how to celebrate the second spookiest day of the year. Luckily, Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco has the perfect solution.The New Jersey campground was the setting for "Camp Crystal Lake" in the original 1980 Friday the 13th. Unfortunately, since it's still an active Boy Scout camp, it's normally closed to the public (which does include hockey-mask-wearing, machete-wielding slashers). However, the New Jersey Council of the BSA have started occasionally offering horror fans guided tours as a fundraiser for the camp. Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco

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7 Times "Are You Afraid Of The Dark" Made Us Question If It Was Actually A Kids Show

Are You Afraid of the Dark was such an iconic kids show from the late 90s and early 2000s. There wasn't much better than sitting around on a Friday night to watch the latest episode, hoping that it wouldn't be so creepy as to give you nightmares. It was one of my favorite shows as a kid, but now as I sit there and watch episodes with my own kids, I can't help but wonder how it was ever a children's show in the first place. Sure, some of the episodes are cheesy and more than a little bit stupid,

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Looks Like "Pet Sematary" Is Back From The Dead, And Really, We Shouldn't Be Surprised

Fans of the classic Stephen King novel, Pet Sematary, can mark their calendars because we finally have a release date for the reboot!The 1989 movie was based on the 1983 King horror novel. It tells the story of Louis Creed and his wife Rachel who moved their family into a new home. They later learned that their house was built on top of an old Pet Sematary, and the dead animals buried underneath would come back to life. LRM OnlineKing started writing the novel in 1979 after his daughter's cat was run over by a car. The area was

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13 Horror Movie Facts Guaranteed To Keep You Up At Night

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre scene that was "worse than Vietnam"Suddenly all your family dinners during the holidays don't seem that bad.VortexThe infamous dinner scene in Texas Chainsaw Massacre is known for being incredibly hard to sit through, but as it turns out it was even harder to film. The actor who played Grandfather hated the process of applying his makeup so much that he refused to go through it again, leaving them to shoot all of his scenes in one brutal 36 hour marathon.A whole lot of nope.VortexTo make things worse, they were filming

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The True Story Behind Freddie Krueger Will Give You Nightmares

Most horror movie fans will agree: A Nightmare On Elm Street is one of the classics. Not only was the premise utterly terrifying for anyone trying to sleep afterwards, but in the year that it was released the thriller managed to get under your skin and seem just a little too real. As it turns out, maybe it was...El Lado OscuroIn the film, several people are hunted by a serial killer stalking them in their dreams, who uses supernatural powers to create nightmarish situations before slashing them with his glove made of knives. One of the characters begins to