Films: The Mummy's Shroud (1967)
Location: Civilized Area/Desert
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Not all mummies are the remnants of love-sick traitors to Egypt. This one gave up everything for his Pharaoh, and ultimately payed the price for it. Nothing some mad resurrection can’t solve!
History: Prem was the loyal manservant to Pharaoh Kah-To-Bey, who was only a child. When some servants rebelled, and killed the boy's father, Prem managed to get him out of the crossfire...only for the both of them to die in the scorching heat of the desert. Centuries later, Prem's mummified corpse was discovered, along with Kah-To-Bey, who was covered in a mystical shroud. Some guys decide to resurrect Prem for laughs, and soon, we have a killer mummy on the loose.
Notable Kills: Man + photographic acid = pain.
Final Fate: Prem is confronted in the museum he was brought back in. With magic shroud in hand, one recites a ritual that causes Prem to collapse into a dusty withering pile of bones and soot.
Powers/Abilities: Impervious to any damage.
Weakness: With shroud in hand, one can alter Prem's destiny, such as reciting some good words to destroy him.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-You could throw everything you had at this thing and it wouldn't flinch in the slightest. While admittingly slow, Prem seems to still be able to figure out how to murder people in the best way.
Trivia: -The youngest recorded Pharaoh was King Tutankhamun, who acquired the throne when he was around only ten years old!
-The mummy was played by Eddie Powell, a regular stunt double for Christopher Lee.