Films: The Manitou (1978)
Location: Haunted home/Eldritch location
Height/Weight: Half that of an average human.
Summary: We're REALLY sorry about this one. It probably had the best of intentions, but that's lost under the really racist overtones regarding the film. Whatever the case, if you can put that behind it, you have some really trippy shenanigans ahead.
History: Misquamacus was the vengeful spirit of a Native American shaman intent on punishing the white man for stamping all over his grounds. To exact his retribution, he plans on reincarnating via becoming a fetus on one's back. It's just as disgusting as it sounds. Soon, those in the know will have to call upon the Manitou of the world to stop him.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Alas, only the Manitou of technology can put a dent in Misquamacus, but the local shaman can't do it due to...sigh...his people not being used to it. But in ironic fashion, the woman Misquamacus impregnated can do it, and summons forth lasers to blast the evil spirit into oblivion.
Powers/Abilities: Misquamacus is near-boundless in his power, capable of controlling minds, summoning demons, reshaping the environment, and opening portals to realms beyond.
Weakness: The Manitou of technology hurts him due to it being something outside of his heyday.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-Had it not been for that mildly offensive weakness, Misquamacus would be unstoppable. A near Godly force, this evil spirit makes all before him look like wimps.
Trivia: -Manitou, according to Native American mythology, is the spiritual lifeforce found within all living and non-living things. In some cultures, specific Manitou can be used for different purposes, such as plant Manitou for healing.
-Misquamacus' origins are mostly Lovecraftian. Described as an "ancient wonder-worker", this spirit is often depicted as a villain, at one point being described as a worshiper of Nyarlathotep.