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Still, he proved so durable that one installment even sent him into space. Even Freddy Krueger found him to be a badass in the first inter-franchise match-up, Freddy vs. Jason , fighting him to an apparent draw. Like Michael, he’s always just one lightning bolt away from being resurrected and resuming his murderous ways.

Some streets are named for landmarks that were in the street, or nearby, when it was built. Such names are often retained after the landmark disappears.

On this page you will find various Edinburgh record shops of the sixties, seventies, and eighties. If you have any info, photos of bags, adverts, memories of records ...

502 Springbank Drive (Unit 2) (519) 472-0111
Dedicated gluten-free bakery, offering breads, pizza crust, buns, bagels, muffins, bars, cookies, cakes and pies.

Every unit within the building would feature an outdoor amenity space of some sort, whether that be walkout terrace found on most of the ground floor and sixth floor units or a balcony for the rest of the units within the building.

Friday the 13th (1980) , one of the first of the horror genre's most recognizable horror series - with an astonishing number of sequels. It ripped off more original films of the 70s (such as director Mario Bava's definitive R-rated slasher/gore film A Bay of Blood (1971, It.) ) with tales of terrorized teen camp counselors. It also inspired a TV series and several spoofs. Jason Voorhees, like the psychopathic Freddy Krueger after him in the Nightmare on Elm Street series, became a landmark name, although the machete-wielding maniac in the original film wasn't Jason, but his vengeful mother Pamela (Betsy Palmer). She was seeking revenge for the drowning of her son at summer camp at Crystal Lake when sexually-promiscuous camp counselors neglected their duties.

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