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14th Mar '16 3:15:38 PM PhantasmNT
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[[WMG: Jason did die in the lake when he was 10.]]
This theory uses Jason's ability to possess people, as seen in Jason Goes to Hell, to explain why Jason never appeared before his mother's death and why his appearance varies from the second film to the third. Jason really did die in Crystal Lake at age 10, and any rumors of him inhabiting the woods before Part 2 were just urban legends. In Part 1 Jason's spirit was (partially) possessing his mother, driving her to kill the counselors who were trying to reopen the camp. After she was beheaded he was able to possess the long haired man we see as Jason in Part 2. At the end of that movie he receives an injury that would have made that body impractical to continue using, in spite of his ability to use an undead body. He then possessed the bald man that had once attempted to rape the heroine of Part 3 (which would explain that out-of-character behavior, that wasn't Jason).

Now I know what you are all thinking: how come these men had Jason's facial deformities? I would chalk that up to being a result of being possessed by him for a certain period of time.



[[WMG: The sequel to the reboot will be an ActionizedSequel.]]

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[[WMG: The sequel to the reboot will be an ActionizedSequel.]]
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12th Nov '15 8:14:34 PM RighteousFury
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If you squint a bit, Paula sort of looks like a dark-haired version of Alice. Seeing his mother's murderer seemingly alive and well and at his home despite him [[NooneCouldHaveSurviedThat stabbing her in the head with an ice pick]] pressed Jason's BerserkButton enough to ''really'' brutalize "Alice" enough to make sure she couldn't come back again.

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If you squint a bit, Paula sort of looks like a dark-haired version of Alice. Seeing his mother's murderer seemingly alive and well and at his home despite him [[NooneCouldHaveSurviedThat [[NoOneCouldSurviveThat stabbing her in the head with an ice pick]] pressed Jason's BerserkButton enough to ''really'' brutalize "Alice" enough to make sure she couldn't come back again.
12th Nov '15 8:11:13 PM RighteousFury
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[[WMG: Jason's TheresNoKillLikeOverkill moment on Paula in Part VI was because she resembled Alice Hardy]]
If you squint a bit, Paula sort of looks like a dark-haired version of Alice. Seeing his mother's murderer seemingly alive and well and at his home despite him [[NooneCouldHaveSurviedThat stabbing her in the head with an ice pick]] pressed Jason's BerserkButton enough to ''really'' brutalize "Alice" enough to make sure she couldn't come back again.
26th Sep '15 2:27:29 PM Sharlee
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* Note that Pamela never says outright that Jason was ''dead'', only that he'd ''drowned'' and that he "used to" be her sweet boy. A person can experience drowning but survive, given proper medical attention, and an event so traumatic could easily scar a young child's psyche so severely that an already-unstable woman might start referring to him - rather, his former personality - in the past tense.

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* Note that Pamela never says outright that Jason was ''dead'', only that he'd ''drowned'' and that he "used to" be he'd been her sweet boy."sweet boy". A person can experience drowning but survive, given proper medical attention, and an event so traumatic could easily scar a young child's psyche so severely that an already-unstable woman might start referring to him - rather, his former personality - in the past tense.
26th Sep '15 2:26:09 PM Sharlee
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* Note that Pamela never says outright that Jason was ''dead'', only that he'd ''drowned'' and that he "used to" be her sweet boy. A person can experience drowning but survive, given proper medical attention, and an event so traumatic could easily scar a young child's psyche so severely that an already-unstable woman might start referring to him - rather, his former personality - in the past tense.
26th Sep '15 2:18:42 PM Sharlee
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* Or maybe he was found unconscious on the lake shore by some well-meaning busybody who'd long considered his mother to be an unfit parent, who took him away rather than report the discovery and let the boy be returned to his crackpot mom's custody. They took Jason to another town and told him his mother was dead, and he believed them ... at least, until he heard on the news about his mother's own rampage and demise. He killed his rescuer/abductor, then went hunting for his mother's killer, and became caught up in playing out his mother's obsessions in a twisted attempt to feel close to the parent whose companionship he'd been denied.

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* Or maybe he was found unconscious on the lake shore by some well-meaning busybody who'd long considered his mother to be an unfit parent, who took him away rather than report the discovery and let the boy be returned to his crackpot mom's custody. They took Jason to another town and told him his mother was dead, and he believed them ... at least, until he heard on the news about his mother's own rampage and demise. He killed his rescuer/abductor, then went hunting for his mother's killer, and became caught up in began playing out his mother's Pamela's counselor-killing obsessions in a twisted attempt to feel close to the parent whose companionship he'd been denied.
26th Sep '15 2:17:03 PM Sharlee
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* Or maybe he was found unconscious on the lake shore by some well-meaning busybody who'd long considered his mother to be an unfit parent, who took him away rather than report the discovery and let the boy be returned to his crackpot mom's custody. They took Jason to another town and told him his mother was dead, and he believed them ... at least, until he heard on the news about his mother's own rampage and demise. He killed his rescuer/abductor, then went hunting for his mother's killer, and became caught up in playing out his mother's obsessions in a twisted attempt to feel close to the parent whose companionship he'd been denied.
5th Sep '15 12:19:47 AM dude01
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Jason is a mutant.

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Jason is a mutant.
and the telekinetic girl from part 7 are mutants.




He's super strong, immortal and violent.

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\nHe's super strong, immortal and violent.
violent. Pamela Voorhees was impregnated by a demon and Jason's 'deformity' is actually just him looking like his dad.
7th Aug '15 4:54:48 PM LitleWiggle
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* Jason would be able to switch between barehanded of his machete, with the ability to pick up objects as weapons. Environmental kills would also be a feature, allowing the player to recreate things like the Sleeping Bag kill or drowning someone in a barrel like in Jason Takes Manhattan.
7th Aug '15 4:49:51 PM LitleWiggle
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* It's possible that dying 'reset' Jason's mind back to his youth, when he was a bullied victim, as opposed to the Jason from 2, 3 and 4, who had spent years isolated and bitter. So maybe after rebirth he sympathizes more with children, and like most kids, likes animals.
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