Haddonfield Memorial Hospital
411 N Front St Wilmington, NC 28401
On October 31, 1963, an ambulance brought Judith Myers to the hospital where she was officially pronounced dead as a result of multiple stab wounds and massive blood loss. Judith's corpse was examined by medical examiner Barry Hersal in the hospital's morgue. Fifteen years later, on October 31, 1978, the hospital staff did not know that they would encounter the serial killer known as Michael Myers who would be in search of his sister Laurie Strode. As he made his way through the hospital, he killed a security guard, a paramedic, a doctor, and all four nurses in attendance, he also killed a U.S. Marshall at the hospital. In fact, the only survivor that was staffed that night was paramedic Jimmy. Eventually, Michael was stopped when Samuel Loomis caused an explosion in the hospital operating room, which engulfed both Loomis and Michael. Earlier that same night, the bodies of Annie Brackett, Lynda Van Der Klok, Bob Simms, Ben Tramer, Alan Gateway's son, and Alice Martin were delivered by ambulance to the hospital where they were expected to be examined by a coroner, and on the same day in the daytime, Christopher Hastings, a person Michael kills in the first film, his corpse is seen, around his vehicle, the one Loomis came to, Christopher was brought here.
David Gordon Green
Surviving victims of Michael Myers form a vigilante mob and vow to end his reign of terror after they discover that he is still alive.