Films: The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave (1971)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: A pitiful case, this one is. We should hate him, but you know what? We hate his chosen company even more.
History: After the loss of his supposedly cheating wife, Evelyn, wealthy aristocrat Alan devolved into insanity, vowing to kill anyone who looked like her to make up for unbegotten vengeance. His only heir was Farley, his cousin, who recommended that he see other people to let go of all of this. But Evelyn's spirit still haunts him...doesn't it?
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: It is revealed that all of interactions with the undead Evelyn were staged by Farley and his cohorts so that he may acquire Alan's fortune. It is also revealed that Evelyn never cheated on her husband, but she was killed by Farley after he strong-armed her into a relationship. Enraged, Alan shoves Farley into a swimming pool-turned acid pool, horribly burning him and leaving him to be arrested. Alan gets off easy for once.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 1.5-We cannot deny that there is some blood on this sap's hands. However, we also concur that he had every right to be pissed off when his only friends started using his insecurity to their advantage.
Trivia: -At some screenings, "bloodcorn" was served. It was just popcorn with red dye.
-There are about nine differently edited versions of this film, many of which completely mess up the flow of the story.