|― Lynda Van Der Klok [src]|
- This page is about the original film. For the remake, see Lynda Van Der Klok (remake timeline).
Lynda Van Der Klok is a minor character in the original Halloween and a close personal friend of series protagonist Laurie Strode. She first appears in the original Halloween, played by P. J. Soles, who also played Norma Watson in Carrie.
BiographyEditLynda was born to Ray Van Der Klok and Marilyn Pearson on May 7, 1960 in Haddonfield, Illinois. She had one younger brother. was a ditzy cheerleader, who rarely paid attention to her studies and was more interested in boys and her social life. She was close friends with Laurie Strode and Annie Brackett. She was also known for overusing the word "totally".
On the night of October 31, 1978, Lynda originally planned to meet up with Annie and Paul at the Wallace house for a night of fooling around and sex. Lynda doesn't know, that Annie was killed by Michael Myers. After Lynda has sex with her boyfriend Bob Simms, he goes downstairs to get beer. He is attacked by Michael, then pinned up against the wall by a knife. Michael then disguises himself as a ghost with a sheet over his head and Bob's glasses on. Lynda thinks it is Bob, but, after teasing him and flashing him her breasts, he remains quiet. She gets up to call Laurie to see, if she knows, where Annie or Paul are. Michael walks to Lynda, while she is still on the phone, and just when Laurie answers, Michael grabs the phone cord and wraps it around Lynda's neck, strangling her.
Laurie can hear Lynda squealing for help, but thinks its another prank call. Lynda falls to the floor and dies. Laurie later discovers her body along with those of Annie and Bob.
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