If you’re a hardcore fan of the Friday the 13th franchise, there’s a good chance a copy of Peter Bracke’s Crystal Lake Memories, a comprehensive look at the complete history of the series, already rests on your coffee table. If it doesn’t, well, it damn well should. And another Friday book is headed our way, this one all about screen-used props.
Mario Kirner is the man behind the Friday the 13th Props Museum, a private collection of props, costumes and other memorabilia used in the actual production of the Friday the 13th films. Over on the official Facebook page for the private museum, Kirner announced today that he’s essentially opening up its doors via a coffee table book.
“We are proud to announce to publish a neat coffee table book containing the entire inventory with all new pics and never before seen details,” says Kirner. “The book will be available in a limited edition of only 100 prints world wide. The book serves as collectible, reverence and “close at hand” version of the museum. It will contain hundreds of items like props, costumes, scripts and other stuff used during the actual production of the films.”
He adds, “Publishing time will be around April to May 2018. Price for the book will be announced soon, when I post some teaser pics.”
Follow the museum on FB for updates and to view some of the props right now.