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Camp Crystal Lake Offers New Souveniers


A few months ago we announced that the original summer camp used for filming Friday the 13th 1980, Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco, was going to be offering a few souvenirs for fans to purchase that would help finance restorations and upkeep costs for the Boy Scout Camp. Collectors were pleased with what was available, but were curious about the availability of more items. Now fans have there answer.

The Sand Pond Society recently announced on the Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco website that there are four new items from the camp that are now being offered to fans. Check out the news items listed below and if interested in purchasing one of the pieces of the camp, please visit the Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco shop for prices and checkout.

Angry Mother Sawmill Shavings
This round glass jar stands 5" tall and features a high quality "Angry Mother Sawmill" vinyl label. Each 8oz bottle is filled with genuine wood shavings cut from logs reclaimed from the restoration of the main cabin featured in Friday the 13th, Part 1 and sealed with a black metal lug cap.








Framed Cabin Log Slices
Van Dusen Lodge was built on the shores of Sand Pond in the late 1920s, 50 years before it was featured as the main cabin in Friday the 13th 1980.  Mechanics Lodge was built on the hill above of Sand Pond in the late 1920s, 50 years before it was featured as Alice's cabin in Friday the 13th 1980. A major restoration project in 2009 resolved issues with a number of rotten or infested logs.  A few of the replaced logs were saved from this project and are now available as a very unique gift.




Main Cabin Log Spike
Van Dusen Lodge was built on the shores of Sand Pond in the late 1920s, 50 years before it was featured as the main cabin in Friday the 13th 1980.  A major restoration project in 2009 resolved issues with a number of rotten or infested logs.  This rare 14" log spike was recovered from this restoration work.  Spikes like this were hammered though each log to fasten it to the log below it.  Most were bent or damaged while dismantling the wall for reconstruction.  This one is in perfect condition (but very rusty of course!)  This is a very unique gift for the serious collector.

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