James Carter Night Owl Shat Michael Myers Mask For Sale!

the JC Shat is one of the most accurate replicas of the original hero you can own. And here it is, without James’ current 3½ year wait!




$1,030.18


Up for grabs is the infamous NightOwl Shat, fully converted and finished by the master himself, Mr. JC, James Carter. The “Shat” is a replica of the original Don Post Captain Kirk mask that was used to create the legendary ghostly face of one Michael Myers we all had nightmares about after viewing the original 1978 classic, Halloween. This “blank” mask, as it’s often referred to, was sent to indy ace James Carter for conversion and finishing. James follows an extremely similar process as Tommy Lee Wallace performed on the original Kirk conversion in ’78. He expertly cuts the eyes and masterfully applies the paint to make it the viscerally ghoulish specter before adding the same type of hair found on the original Don Post masks of the 70’s.

Essentially, the JC Shat is one of the most accurate replicas of the original hero you can own. And here it is, without James’ current 3½ year wait!


*FREE SHIPPING in the United States. International buyers must contact me to make shipping arrangements. Insurance is optional and must be requested and paid by buyer prior to shipping.

*PRICE BREAKDOWN – For those not active in the independent Myers mask trade, you might wonder why the asking price for this piece seems high. Here’s a quick rundown: the blank Shat was purchased at a price point of $300. The conversion/finishing job by JC was $230. JC’s current wait time to have a mask converted/finished is right around 3½ years.

This piece was commissioned by JC in December 2017, and is brand new. I am the only owner. Condition is mint and the inside of the mask has been powdered to fully preserve the latex. Mask is resting in thin plastic while stuffed with plastic-sealed cotton to fully preserve it’s shape. I guarantee it’s full quality and condition. Lastly, if you wish to save $30.18, a private PayPal transaction is also an option. Contact me for details.

If you have any other questions, please email me directly at lordkayoss@gmail.com

Thanks for looking and happy haunting!








Friday the 13th: The Game
Roy Burns QUICK Look

11 min video featuring Roy (Jason Part V) demolishing some offline bots in Friday the 13th: The Game for PS4.





Alternative to long live-stream. 11 min video featuring Roy (Jason Part V) demolishing some offline bots in Friday the 13th: The Game for PS4.




Friday the 13th: The Game
Roy Burns First Look (Stream)

Roy’s here! Imposter Jason from Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning has just been added to Friday the 13th: The Game. Check out the stream that aired right after the update went live for an in-depth look at the “Blue Bomber” as well as the new balancing changes.





Roy’s here! Imposter Jason from Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning has just been added to Friday the 13th: The Game. Check out the stream that aired right after the update went live for an in-depth look at the “Blue Bomber” as well as the new balancing changes.




Friday the 13th: The Game
Shelly; First Look

First look at the return of Shelly! Larry Zerner reprises the role that made him a staple of the slasher genre





First look at the return of Shelly! Larry Zerner reprises the role that made him a staple of the slasher genre in Friday the 13th Part 3. Providing the voice for the video game incarnation, Shelly has come back to life for fans of the franchise to enjoy (and hack to death)!




Friday the 13th: The Game is Now in my Dreams

That Christmas week I spent immersed in the Friday the 13th beta had come to life all around me. I remember yelling “Tommy!? Tommy!?!? Where are you???”



I can’t remember the last time any game took over a part of my psyche…

The other night (or day, depending on how you look at it), as I was fighting the good fight against insomnia and catching a few z’s, I had a very vivid dream. I was on pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago in Spain, somewhere mid-route, and encountered one of my favorite celebrities. We sat down and had a long chat about life and random miscellany. Favorite foods, movies, music, and discussing how we’d chosen to take this journey and our individual reasons for doing so. Eventually the conversation took a deep turn and she began to open up to me about issues she was dealing with in her life and career. She revealed to me she was very sad and lonely, and had been struggling mightily to keep herself in the game, and in life essentially. Being a person who typically likes to reach out and help anyone suffering from depression, I offered my perspective. We discovered among our common vernacular a sense of rapport, and philosophical understanding. The convo became very personal, inspirational, and touching. She began to tear up and sob happily as we shared a couple laughs and a warm embrace. She didn’t want to let go. I could feel her sadness and was happy to be a lone beacon in what she described as a sea of black and icy abandon. Making it more special was the realization that this was someone I had spent years admiring and appreciating, and now, here she was in my arms and listening to me as I relished the opportunity to do something meaningful for her. In a way, it reminded me of the time I talked someone down from killing themself in real life, and I’ve no doubt the endearing memory of that night was lending itself to this vibrant excursion deep into my own psychological abstrusity. It was the type of dream that only comes along once in a great while. The kind that is so vivid and lifelike, where the word surreal often gets reversed, and we wake up wiping away real tears and thinking about said-reverie the majority of our day. This was my dream, and it was easily in the running to make my all-time top 3 favorite, most inspirational dreams I’ve ever had.
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