“See, now was that really all that hard?” Rebecca asked Jenny as they finished with the tent.

It took them only five minutes to build it once C.J. and Rebecca took over, and Jenny was still frustrated with it.

“Yeah well, whatever,” Jenny replied as she tied her hair back into a ponytail. “I’ll see you two later. I got some business to take care of.”

Then she took off, not waiting for a response from either C.J. or Rebecca.

“We both know where she’s going,” C.J. said as he and Rebecca turned on their flashlights and stuck them in the tent, with some clothes lying on the ground around it.

“So I guess we’re done now, right?” Rebecca asked as she brushed her hands together.

“Yes, and no,” Jordan answered.

“What’s that supposed to mean, boss?” C.J. asked, confused.

“You two are done working outside,” Jordan continued. “I need you to stay inside cabin five for the rest of the night. It’s starting to get dark out and we can’t risk having too many people out here running around. You just never know where he could be.”

Rebecca just shuddered, and C.J. looked around, with one hand on his gun.

“What are we supposed to do all night in there?” Rebecca asked, irritated.

“Sleep, listen to headphones, play cards, it doesn’t matter,” Jordan answered. “Just be quiet and don’t turn on any lights whatsoever.”

“Yes, sounds like fun,” Rebecca said sarcastically as she jumped up and down and clapped her hands together.

Jordan just laughed and shook his head.

“You’re in charge in there man,” Jordan told C.J. “If something should happen to us out here, I want you to protect these girls at all costs, and just get the hell out of here.”

“Don’t you worry about us,” C.J. stated, slapping Jordan a high-five. “Just get this fucker.”

With that, Jordan went back to work around the tent, and C.J. and Rebecca walked toward cabin five to do their part.


Meanwhile, behind cabin five, Jenny found Rob looking around in the trees.

She unbuttoned the top three buttons of her blouse and applied some more make-up before she approached him.

“Rob, I’m done pitching your tent,” Jenny seductively said.

“Okay, good, did you talk to Jordan yet, he wants everyone to stay…” Rob started to say, before Jenny cut him off by putting her hand over his mouth.

“Just drop the act, you know you want me,” Jenny whispered, just inches from his face.

Rob’s eyes widened as he tried to mumble something, but Jenny wouldn’t let him.

She slowly removed her hand from his mouth and then, before Rob could speak, she kissed him hard on the lips.

Rob wanted to push her away, but he was human after all, and, as hot as Jenny was, who would blame him?

So, he gave into the temptation and returned her kiss.

Jenny let out a low moan and her hands roamed around his body, finally getting what she wanted.

Rob wanted to stop with all his might, but he just couldn’t let go.

Jenny then reached up and completely unbuttoned her blouse and moved Rob’s hands to her bra-less breast.

Rob finally got a hold of himself, and managed to push her away.

“Not now,” Rob said, out of breath. “not here.”

Jenny looked like she was ready to scream, but reluctantly accepted the fact that she would have to wait for another day.

“I’m not interrupting anything, am I?” Jordan asked from the trail.

“Nothing at all,” Jenny replied sharply.

“Good, I hope I wasn’t,” Jordan replied. “I want you to go join Rebecca and C.J. inside cabin five for the rest of the night.”

“Oh hell no,” Jenny shouted back, pointing at the cabin. “There is no way in hell I’m staying in that thing all night.”

“Jenny, just do it,” Rob ordered sternly. “Just one night. Tomorrow it will be over.”

Jenny looked at him as if she was going to say something, but Rob just gave her a look and she reluctantly went toward the cabin.

“You okay, man?” Jordan asked.

“Yeah, I am now,” Rob replied. “Hey, this tree here looks perfect for you.”

“Let me check it out,” Jordan said, climbing the tree.

“Can you see me?” Jordan yelled down.

Surprisingly, Rob couldn’t see him at all.

“Negative,” Rob replied.

“Good,” Jordan replied, making his way back down the tree. “I got a good view up there. I can see the whole way down to the lake, but I can barely make out the tent.”

“That’s okay,” Rob said, “Your main objective is to watch the lakefront. We can’t have him sneaking up on us from behind.”

“You think this is going to work?” Jordan asked as he brushed dirt off of his pants.

“I sure hope so,” Rob answered. “We can’t afford to let one thing go wrong if we want to make it out of here alive.”

“We won’t,” Jordan assured him. “Let’s go scout a tree for Drake and Tyrone.”


“Damnit!” Tyrone yelled, kicking a rock. “Where the fuck could she be?”

The trio had just finished their second circle around camp, again coming up empty as the sun began to set.

“Drake, I’m scared,” Alicia said, grabbing his arm. “What if we don’t find her? She will be out here all by herself the whole night!”

“Maybe she’s back at camp now,” Drake replied, trying to make things sound better than what they were.

“What about that building over there,” Tyrone asked, pointing toward a beat-up building with his M-16. “Did we check that one?”

“Yeah, it’s some kind of restroom or something, I checked it already,” Drake replied.

“That place gives me the creeps,” Alicia commented, huddling closer to Drake. “I don’t know what it is, but I don’t like it.”

“I think we should check it one more time,” Tyrone stated. “I doubt Kisha would have gone anywhere near that hell-hole, but you never know with her.”

Just as he said that, Jordan’s voice chimed in over their ear pieces:

“Alright you guys, wrap it up, it’s getting dark and we still need to set the main trap.”

“Damnit,” Tyrone responded. “Okay, roger that, we’re heading back now. Has Kisha made it back to camp yet?”

There was a long pause, and finally Jordan replied with, “No, I’m sorry, but we can’t risk you three out there any longer.”

“We’re on our way,” Drake said over his piece. “Out.”

Alicia kept staring at the restroom. She had a really bad feeling in her stomach about that place, and even though she was disappointed they didn’t find Kisha, she was relieved to be getting away from that place.

Tyrone cursed again as they slowly made their way back to camp, without Kisha.

If she would of gotten any closer, then maybe she would of seen Jason Voorhees staring directly at them out of the old, dirty window, breathing heavily through his mask.

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