In the Halloween movie series, Laurie Strode has three children. The first is Jamie Lloyd (as played by Danielle Harris, then later J.C. Brandy); the second is John Tate (as played by Josh Hartnett); and the third is Karen Nelson (as played by Judy Greer).
Laurie became a teacher and had a son, John (Josh Harnett), who attended the school she worked at. Michael found out all about Laurie's new life and whereabouts and went after her, killing John's friends in the process.
For more information, see Laurie Strode/4-6 Timeline. Following the traumatic experience of 1978, Laurie married Mr. Lloyd and in 1980 had a daughter with him named Jamie.
However, despite the Halloween franchise giving Laurie three children—Jamie, John, and Karen—across three timelines, for some reason, the franchise has always kept the fathers of these children a mystery.
Steven Lloyd is a minor character in the Halloween series. He is the only son and child of Jamie Lloyd and serial killer Michael Myers, also being the latter's grand-nephew. Steven is one of the few surviving members of the Myers family.
It should be noted that in The Producer's Cut of Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, it is heavily implied that the Cult of Thorn forced Michael to rape Jamie and got her pregnant, resulting in him being the father of the baby.
Lloyd and in 1980 had a daughter with him named Jamie. Both Laurie and her husband had "died" in an unspecified accident on November 30, 1987, leaving Jamie in the care of Richard and Darlene Carruthers, whose daughter Rachel Laurie had babysat as a teenager.
A key part of the success of their reboot-quel involved exploring the impact of Michael Myers' killing spree on three generations of Strode women: the first film's survivor, Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis), her estranged daughter Karen (Judy Greer), and her granddaughter Allyson (Matichak).
This child was Laurie's teenage son, John. John appeared throughout Halloween H20, and survived the events of the story. However, he didn't return for the next film, Halloween: Resurrection (2002). In Resurrection, John is absent from the events of the movie, but very much alive.
Laurie Strode was born Cynthia Myers in Haddonfield, Illinois, in 1961. She is the third and youngest born child of the Myers family. Her older siblings are Judith Myers (November 10, 1947—October 31, 1963) and Michael Myers (born October 19, 1957).
However, "Halloween II" reveals an even more sinister reason behind the eternal connection between Laurie and Michael, as they're actually siblings. The Strode family adopted Laurie after her parents died in a car crash in 1965, just five years after Michael killed his sister Judith Myers (Sandy Johnson).
The first time we hear that Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) is Michael's sister is in Halloween II (1981). In the movie, Dr. Loomis (Donald Pleasence) is told about a file of Michael's that he never had access to. Evidently, after Michael killed his older sister, the governor sealed his family's information.
Michael returns. One year later, a severely traumatized Jamie is housed in the Haddonfield Children's Clinic. She has now been rendered mute and suffers from nightmares and seizures. On October 30, 1989, Jamie suffers from a nightmare where she learns that Michael is still alive and is coming to get her.
While many forget it was the second film in the series, Halloween II (1981), that introduced the concept of Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) being Michael Myers' little sister, not much else in that film stuck. Killer Michael and the crusading psychiatrist Dr.
In the first continuity of Curtis' portrayal of the character, Laurie is seemingly killed off-screen (but later revealed to be alive in a sequel comic book), while in the second continuity, she is killed by Michael Myers. In this timeline, Laurie remains alive 40 years after the events of the original 1978 murders.
Peter Griffith: Laurie's Father
The Mark The Mark of Thorn was a symbol that appeared on the wrist of those involved with the Cult, or cursed by one of its members. It could be seen on Michael's wrist and hand, and, in the Producer's Cut, it could be seen on Dr. Wynn and later Dr. Loomis.
Adult Michael Myers
We see adult Michael a few times throughout the Halloween franchise, but never as clearly as during the opening scenes of the first film. A combination of shadows, rapid cuts, and soft-focus have kept Michael's face hidden for over 40 years.