After they secured Jason in the chains, Jenny came over and hugged Rob tightly.

A tear slowly rolled down her cheek, half in joy for finally being able to make it out alive, and half in sorrow for their fallen comrades.

Rob, on the other hand, didn't feel as good about everything as he should had.

After all, he was responsible for all the deaths that happened here tonight. The blood was on his hands, and he didn't really feel that sense of relief of a job well done. It seemed as though something was missing.

"What should we do now?" Jenny asked, hoping Rob would say they could leave.

"Now we end this game," Rob replied.

"What do you mean end it? I thought it was over," Jenny asked, feeling sick in her stomach to still be there.

"Jason always seems to find some way back from the grave right?" Rob asked, but it wasn't really a question.

Jenny just nodded her head.

"Well we got to make it impossible for him to come back to life, and I figure the only way to do that is to cremate his body. He won't be able to slice and dice anymore if he is just a pile of ashes," Rob explained.

"How the hell do you plan on doing that? Look, Rob, I say we leave him here, and go to the nearest town and get help," Jenny replied frantically, feeling really bad about the whole situation all of a sudden.

Rob didn't even bother to respond. He walked to the back of the hummer to get the gallon of gasoline.

Jenny called out to him, but he couldn't hear her. The wind picked back up again, and the howling of the wind through the trees muffled her voice.

He found the gasoline easy, and just as he picked it up and turned around, the voices in his head returned.

They screamed at him to turn and run, and Rob was so confused, he couldn't move.

He rounded the corner and dropped the gasoline at his feet and stared wide eyed at the grisly scene.

Jason had somehow managed to free himself from one of the chains and was now standing behind Jenny, who was now on her knees as Jason choked her with the freed chain.

Jenny managed to gasp something inaudible, then Jason yanked even harder and then all life left her beautiful face as she fell lifeless to the ground.

Rob couldn't believe it. Everything seemed so perfect for once in his life, but he lost it again.

He lost it all again.

"Noooo!!!!" Rob shouted at the top of his lungs, and acting on pure animal instinct, attacked Jason.

He threw a shoulder into his chest that sent Jason sprawling backward, as he heard a sickening crunch as the chain grip around Jenny's neck yanked her head violently backward.

Rob pounced on Jason and began choking him.

Rob didn't notice, but he was now crying and still yelling at Jason as he choked his neck.

It had no affect on Jason at all. Rob might as well have been choking an oak tree, because Jason threw him off his body effortlessly.

Jason got to his feet and punched Rob in the stomach, knocking the wind out of him.

Rob hunched over and gasped for air, but Jason grabbed him by the back of the shirt and threw him, just barely missing a tree.

Rob revived himself quickly and dove at Jason's legs, tripping him to the ground.

He then punched him furiously in the mask, causing his knuckles to bleed, but Rob didn't seem to notice or care. He finally snapped.

The battle continued on and on, each having the upper hand at different times, until the voices returned to Rob telling him what to do once again.

This time, the voices were clear as day and there was no mistaking that the voices he heard in his head were those of his twin sisters Nikki and Krista.

Rob quickly got a second wind and was able to get Jason to the ground.

Then the voice of Krista told him to get in the hummer and run him over, so Rob ran into the driver's side and started the engine.

Before he even stepped on the gas, Jason was back on his feet staring at him not moving, almost daring Rob to make the next move.

Then Nikki's voice told him to keep going and hit him at full speed.

Rob hesitated at first, knowing that if Jason moved, he wouldn't be able to brake in time before flying into the lake.

But he went anyway.

He had nothing to lose anymore.

Rob slammed his foot on the gas, spinning the back tires and kicking up dust and dirt, before the Humvee accelerated toward Jason.

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