They had blood on their hands. And also on their machetes, meat cleavers, hockey masks and assorted body parts. Hundreds of people marked the first relatively normal Friday the 13th since the pandemic in Blairstown. That is, if people strolling up and down Main Street dressed to kill could be described as “relatively normal.” But this day of triskaidekaphobia was business as usual for the streets of Blairstown.
On May 15th, a glider accident at the Blairstown Airport claimed the life of a 70-year-old respected student. The Bergen County resident was in his final approach, when he is thought to have clipped the wing. on a prominent tree.