It’s finally Friday the 13, and today we celebrate it with the horror series of the same name. We’re giving you seven of the best deaths, so learn from their mistakes and stay away from a certain Crystal Lake today.

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Friday the 13th came out in 1980 and featured a bunch of teens as they start working at Crystal Lake. One of the teens happened to be a very young Kevin Bacon, in this picture you see him as he meets Miss Vorhees for the first time.

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In Friday the 13th Part 2 we see Jason as he starts to get comfortable killing with his trademark machete. He has gone on to kill so many kids so many different ways. He’s like a renaissance man when it comes to killing.

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In the third installment in the famed franchise Jason gets interested in cooking. Here you can see him use the meat cleaver, although he’s using it incorrectly, it’s nice to see him branching out and getting a hobby.

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In 1984 Jason starred in Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter, spoiler alert this was not the final chapter for Jason. In this flick you get to see him use so many different implements of death, it’s almost like he’s getting bored with traditional ways of killing teens.

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Jason isn’t immune to a stabbing every once in a while, they need to end the movies somehow. In Friday the 13: The Final Chapter we see Jason get something in his eye, hopefully he doesn’t have to get one of those flesh colored eyepatches, that would be embarrassing.

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1986 saw Jason resurrected once again in the aptly titled Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives. The series would get pretty boring if Jason wasn’t there. In this film he has gotten into using his hands more, you know to give the kids some sort of fighting chance. Spoiler Alert! They don’t have a chance in hell of living.

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In the best and most understandable film of the series, Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan. He takes on some stereotypical bullying behavior, what with the killer swirlie. He’s terrifying, if only because he isn’t limited to his weapon, not like that guy on Elm Street.

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