Films: Guru the Mad Monk (1970)
Location: Haunted Home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: The monks of old across the world range from stern to kindhearted. Very few could be considered people you want nothing to do with. Guru here would like to fill the vacancy for monk mockery.
History: In the 15th century, a Central European prison camp known as the Church of Lost Souls was the bane of all. Running this joint was Guru, a mentally unhinged monk who loved to exploit the dead for personal gain. And he'd get his bodies through imprisonment, blackmail, and even direct murder. Oh, and he had a vampire confidant, too.
Notable Kills: Nothing special
Final Fate: The higher ups eventually oust Guru as being unfit for his title. In an insane rage, the monk starts to murder all of his associates, including the vampire. But a potential victim of his manages to push him off a balcony with a rope attached to his neck, hanging him to death.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3.5-It's one thing when you’ve got a man in power bearing down on you. It's another when he's more than willing to get his own hands dirty so that he gets his own way. How he managed to become a monk is beyond us.
Trivia: -Monks are often characterized across religions for their chastity and willing poverty. Guru doesn't even come close to any of this.
-The word "Guru" means "teacher" in Sanskrit.