Films: Baron Blood (1972)
Alias: Baron Otto von Kleist, Alfred Becker
Location: Haunted Home/Forest/Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: When the witches stop being the antagonists of the story in movies, who's to hate this time? The executioners, of course, for being paranoid dimwits. That's how it's been for a while, and this time, we got one that’d make the old Witchfinder General horrified.
History: Baron Otto von Kleist was a horrible sadist back in his day, and wasted no time burning witches at the stake while he was at it. However, this witch, Elizabeth Holly, cursed the Baron to be resurrected one day so that he would suffer again and again. Centuries passed, and some rowdy visitors to his castle accidentally resurrected him. Now they have to clean up the inevitable bloody mess.
Notable Kills: Anyone ever heard of an Iron Maiden, before?
Final Fate: With an amulet given to them by an occultist, the unwilling summoners manage to resurrect the modern victims of the Baron. The undead soon descend on their killer, and subject him to his own tortures. Elizabeth has had her vengeance.
Powers/Abilities: Can shapeshift to fit into society.
Weakness: A ritual involving amulets and the blood of those who summoned him will severely weaken him enough to be killed by his resurrected victims.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-He's undead, he's ugly as sin, he can fit into society, and he loves creating as much suffering as possible. Not a pleasant combination.
Trivia: -There is actually a comic book villain named Baron Blood. Every incarnation of him is a vampire that has either tangled with Captain America or was the brother of Doctor Strange.
-The Iron Maiden is not just a name of a rock band, but a torture device made to impale people in a coffin with spikes. They were mostly German, and became quite popular in the 19th century.