Tracy Jarvis (C. 1930-1984) was the mother of Trish Jarvis and Tommy Jarvis.

She is the 29th victim of Jason Voorhees.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Tracy Jarvis was a single mother, living with her daughter and son near Crystal Lake. She had been married since the early 1950s/late 1940s. She was a good mother who always made sure Tommy and Trish were alright. Tracy was off-screen killed by Jason Voorhees. His mother's death haunted Tommy for many years.

Alternate Ending[edit | edit source]

Tracy's fate and death would have been more further explained in a deleted scene that had been cut from the film. An alternate ending to the film, included in the 2009 Deluxe Edition DVD, shows a dream sequence where Trish and Tommy wake up the next morning after killing Jason to the sound of police sirens. Trish sends Tommy to summon the police who have arrived next door. At that point she notices water dripping from the ceiling and goes to investigate. She enters the upstairs bathroom, and finds the body of her mother floating in a tub full of bloody water.

Trish lifts her mother out of the tub, prompting Tracy's eyes to open, revealing them to be solid white and devoid of irises. Jason suddenly appears from behind the bathroom door and prepares to attack Trish. Trish then suddenly wakes up in the hospital in a scene reminiscent of the ending of the first movie.

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Notes and Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Her death was further explained in an alternate ending of The Final Chapter. However the scene was cut from the final production of the movie.
    • An alternate ending to the film, was included in the 2009 Deluxe Edition DVD, and shows a dream sequence where Trish finds her mother's corpse.
    • In his commentary, the director says this scene was cut because it interfered with the idea that this would be the final film.
  • Her death won the Dull Machete Award in Dead Meat's "Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter" kill count.
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