Character information
Name(s): Enos
Hair/eye color: -- (Eyes), -- (Hair)
Height/weight: -- (Height), -- (Weight)
Relatives: Unnamed nieces
Status: Alive
Behind the scenes
Portrayed By: Rex Everhart
First Appearance:
Friday the 13th (1980) (Film)
Last Appearance:
Friday the 13th (1980) (Film)

Enos was a character in Friday the 13th.


A trucker employed by Elston Oil Supply, Enos, while on his usual route, stops for a break and a bite to eat at a diner in Crystal Lake on June 13th, 1979. When a teenage girl named Annie Phillips stops by asking for directions to Camp Crystal Lake (which Steve Christy had planned on re-opening) Enos, at the behest of diner waitress Sandy, introduces himself and offers Annie a lift to the crossroads near the campgrounds in his truck. Having Annie follow him outside the diner, Enos leads the way to his truck, only to be accosted by the local eccentric Ralph, who correctly guesses where Enos and Annie are heading. Ignoring Ralph's warnings to stay away from Camp Crystal Lake, the irritated Enos shoos the old man away and helps Annie into his truck. Enos was immediately taken with Annie asking if all the counselors at the new camp looked as good as she did.

While en route to the crossroads, Enos begins to tell Annie that maybe it would be best if she went back home. Annie doesn't understand and politely says she thinks he sounds like crazy Ralph but soon sees he was only trying to help. Claiming Camp Crystal Lake was jinxed, Enos tells Annie about the tragedies that have struck the camp over the years, which include a young boy drowning and a double homicide, two incidents which occurred in the fifties. After telling Annie about all the unexplained occurrences that have happened at the lake, Annie does not take any of it seriously and was determined to go on to her dream. Enos, failing to convince Annie to call it quits, drops her off at the crossroads when they arrive and bids goodbye to the girl before driving off.


Enos was no doomsayer like Ralph or the later Abel but was indeed the first reliable person in good conscious known to warn someone to stay away from Camp Crystal Lake. Despite Annie's spirited enthusiasm and good intentions, Enos' warnings were unfortunately correct and if Annie would have listened to him she would have lived and not have become the first victim of the Camp's new staff of 1979, and Pamela Voorhees's first victim since the 1958 murder of Claudette.