Films: Schizo (1976)
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: We have a stalker, and he wants to kill a girl. And he's killing everyone else too. And he-hey wait a minute! This isn't what it all seems!
History: Long ago, future ice skating star Samantha Gray witnessed her parents being murdered. Shaken, she tried to move on with her life. But now, there's a creepy old man by the name of William Haskin stalking her everywhere. But why? Obsession, perhaps.
Notable Kills: Putting a pin through someone's head to the point where it goes through their eye.
Final Fate: As it turns out, Haskin is investigating Gray because SHE killed her parents at a young age, and SHE committed the murders out of the titular schizophrenia. Maddened by denial, she shoves Haskins onto some spikes in a carpet factory, killing him. She soon keeps going on murdering those she doesn't like.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 1-Honestly, we should go back to spoiling true villains with the very picture for the bio. Even if Haskin was the killer, he'd look too confused and old to be a credible threat.
Trivia: -Haskin was played by Jack Watson, who's notable for portraying Llud in the King Arthur-centered television series, "Arthur of the Britons".
-Gray was played by Lynne Frederick, who’s known for her...interesting relationship with Peter Sellers. Leave it at that.