Open Post: Hosted By The Jason Voorhees Statue That’s At The Bottom Of A Lake 

March 1, 2018 / Posted by:

You horror whores should know that at the end of Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI, a grown-up Tommy lures Jason out to Crystal Lake and ties a boulder to his neck, which eventually sends him to his watery death again. Well, Bloody Disgusting says that in 2014, artist Curtis Lahr decided to use that ending to troll divers at a lake in Crosby, Minnesota. Curtis created a life-sized Jason Voorhess, complete with a machete, and put it 120 feet at the bottom of a diving site that a lot of divers are into.

Curtis posted a video on YouTube in 2014 of him installing the underwater diarrhea-inducer, and in a new-ish video that has been making the rounds, he showed us what his Jason Voorhess statue looks like after years of getting covered with fish caca, swimmer piss and more slimy green stuff than a John Mayer cum shot.

Remind me to never go to that lake in Crosby, Minnesota. No, not because that Jason statue freaks me out. I’ve hooked up with worse. But because I really wouldn’t want to do the backstroke in a lake filled with shit that came out of the asses of scared divers who got spooked by Jason. Again, no scat queen.

Pic: YouTube

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