Guy Sinks Full-Scale Jason Voorhees In Lake To Scare Other Divers

October 18, 2018

These are a couple videos of the Jason Voorhees effigy that diver Curtis Lahr sunk in a lake that's popular for diving near Crosby, Minnesota. It's actually been there since 2013, and Curtis occasionally visits Jason to make sure he's doing alright (he isn't) and make another video. Personally, I'm already terrified enough of being any more than ankle-deep underwater, so seeing Jason at the bottom of a lake would definitely be enough to make my heart pop. It's already three sizes too small anyways. "Are you The Grinch?!" No, his heart was only two sizes too small. "So you must be really fun to be around." Oh my friends love it, I'm like a ray of sunshine. "That's not so bad." Causing their entire bodies to blister and boil.

Keep going for the videos.

Thanks to Tell Jeff He Smells, which I feel would be better if he heard it coming from a friend instead of a stranger on the internet. Jk jk, get it together Jeff, it's called Old Spice.

  • GeneralDisorder

    This is good. Well done.

  • WhiteEagle2

    I've seen posts like this enough, that i'm thinking this would be a good way to dispose of a real body. Everyone will laugh at how they were scared by the "fake" body if they were to come across it.

  • Jenness

    Wasn't that a movie?

  • tyr2180

    real question: why isn't that littering, or vandalism, or something? Can I throw a bunch of junk in a lake, as long as I imply that it's to give divers a laugh/scare?

  • Tigerh8r

    You can do anything you want if you call it art. ;)

  • Doog

    Boy that would be terrifying to find while diving

  • Bling Nye

    Agreed, but you'd have to go looking for this one, it's not something you'd stumble on. Plus it's in an area where there's already a bunch of other goofy shit they've put down there to look at (understandable since fresh water diving can be boring as hell), so it wouldn't exactly be appearing 'out of the blue'. http://www.minnesotamonthly...

    Also, it's less a "lake" and more a flooded pit mine, but potayto/potahto.

  • Megatron Jenkins

    You say 'potato' I say 'vodka seed.'

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