Films: Hands of the Ripper (1971)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil
Summary: Jack the Ripper was one of London's most notorious serial killers, and one of its most terrifying urban legends. But whoever said that his killing spree had to die with him? Every mass murderer needs a decent heir to possess.
History: Jack the Ripper did indeed have a family. It consisted of a wife and daughter, who were once unaware of his reputation. When they found out, Jack killed his wife, and spared his daughter, Anna. Many years from that traumatic experience, Anna finds herself killing in a trance-like state, and she can't figure out why. Perhaps the Ripper lives on in her soul...
Notable Kills: At one point during one of her fits, she grabs a bunch of pins from a cushion, and brutally stabs someone in the eye.
Final Fate: Eventually, Anna comes to terms with how she inherited her father's desire to kill, and hurdles herself off a balcony, killing herself.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-It's rather sad to see this otherwise pristine-looking girl go from nice to murderous, but at the same time, we wouldn't want to be felled by her methods.
Trivia: -Anna was played by Angharad Rees, who was known for her starring role as Demelza in the BBC TV drama "Poldark".
-There is literally no confirmation as to who Jack the Ripper actually was. At the height of the investigation, there were over 100 named suspects.