We all know the story of Camp Crystal Lake, where the hockey masked slasher Jason Voorhees has been stalking unsuspecting campers since 1980.

Of course, there is no actual Camp Crystal Lake that's haunted by Jason. It's all part of the legendary story that began the "Friday the 13th" horror film franchise.

But the actual camp where the original movie was filmed is real, it's right here in New Jersey, and they're giving fans the chance to see the spooky woods for themselves and stay the night if they dare.

News 12 reports that as the next Friday the 13th rolls around in April, the camp that stood in for the fictitious Crystal Lake, Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco in Hardwick Township (Warren County) will allow brave souls to pitch their tents and see if they can steel their nerves and make it through a night in the very woods that inspired the legend.

Of course it's a hot ticket, and to make the process smoother organizers are selling the tickets via lottery.

In order to be able to purchase tickets, you have to register for the ticket lottery by the end of the day next Sunday, March 4th.

You can click here for all of the details on the eerie evening of chills, and to register for the ticket lottery.

Do you think you could make it through a night at the infamous campground? Comment below and let us know if you'd be brave enough!

 

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