Lewis Vendredi made a deal...

Friday the 13th: The Series Home Page

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The seventh story in a new series:
To Watch the Night Fall
Added April 22, 2004.

Newest stories are at the top of the column.

Background

In the fall of 1987, a television series aired for the first time in lonely late-night time slots on stations across the country. This series was both shocking and fascinating at the same time; it's primary focus was on the efforts of three people trying to recover hundreds or possibly thousands of antiques.

The catch: these particular antiques have been cursed by the Devil and he doesn't want them recovered.

This is the central theme of Friday the 13th: The Series, a horror anthology series that aired in syndication from September, 1987 until May of 1990. In the series brief three-season run, the main characters were pitted against murderous bees, killer coins, and on several occasions even the spirit of the man who started it all. In the end, though, the main characters always seemed to come out ahead.

"But how did the story begin?" you may ask. Very well, I'll tell you.

Ryan Dallion was a young college dropout when he received word that he and his cousin Michael had inherited an antique store. Excited with the prospect of running a business he immediately went to the store and waited for the cousin to arrive. Much to his surprise, the cousin turned out to be one Michelle Foster, a red-headed socialite preparing to get married... and who definitely did not have the time or desire to run some dusty antique shop.

After getting Ryan to bow to her wishes, the pair sold off most of the store's inventory in just a few days, including a large number of very valuable items stored in a vault in the basement of the shop. On what they both expected to be their last night in the dingy shop, they were confronted by someone who would turn out to be the third member of their small group of unlikely heroes - Jack Marshak, occult student and former friend of Lewis Vendredi, the now-deceased owner of the store and the man responsible for the situation they were about to be immersed in.

And now...

Meet the Main Characters of Friday the 13th: The Series.

Check out my newest fanfic stories:

The sixth story in a new series:
The Shadow Hunters
Added October 14, 2003.

The fifth story in a new series:
The Ties That Bind
Added August 17, 2003.

The fourth story in a new series:
Gone But Not Forgotten
Added March 12, 2003.

The third story in a new series:
Starting Over
Added November 4, 2002.

The second story in a new series:
No Place Like Home
Warning: This story is rated R for violent scenes, sexual situations and generally disturbing behavior. Proceed with caution.
Added September 16, 2002.

The first story in a new series:
Ashes to Ashes
Added July 27, 2002.

The Virtual Fourth Season

Episode One of the Virtual Fourth Season:
In From The Storm
Added February 14, 2000.

Episode Two of the Virtual Fourth Season:
What We Always Had, And What We Always Wanted
Added May 3, 2000.

Episode Three of the Virtual Fourth Season:
Hello Only Means We Say Goodbye
Added May 3, 2000.

Episode Four of the Virtual Fourth Season:
Shadows of Doubt
Added May 3, 2000.

Episode Five of the Virtual Fourth Season:
How You Play the Game
Added May 20, 2000.

Episode Six of the Virtual Fourth Season:
A New Lease on Death
Added July 20, 2000.

Episode Seven of the Virtual Fourth Season:
From the Mouths of Angels
Added August 30, 2000.

Episode Eight of the Virtual Fourth Season:
Playing God
Updated September 11, 2000.
Added August 30, 2000.

Episode Nine of the Virtual Fourth Season, and the Series Finale:
Even The Dead Can Die
Added June 1, 2001.

Second Thoughts
Written by Rei Nakazawa
Added February 14, 2000.

At Death's Door
Written by Rei Nakazawa
Added February 14, 2000.


Phantom Pain
Added January 30, 2000.

There's No Hidin' Place Down There
Added December 13, 1999.

and In Stone.
Added October 11, 1999.

Housekeeping.

Dual Roles.

Only Chance.

Shades.


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This page was created on March 28, 1998.
Last modified on February 10, 2005.