"Cauldron Conundrum"

Film: Frankenstein (1910)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Haunted Home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Ladies and gents, the most classic of mad scientist motivations: the want to create a living being out of spare parts. But this is not the Mary Shelly you remember. This one has a science cauldron in it. And it's only the first adaptation.

History: Dr. Victor Frankenstein's one ambition is to create a paragon of human beauty. A living being that would wow the masses. He of course went about this by throwing a bunch of random chemicals into a bubbling cauldron. But there was a touch of evil in the scientist's intentions, and what came out was a horribly misshapen humanoid, horrifying him. Even worse, this being can't stand to not be around his creator, and can get jealous really fast...

Notable Kills: None.

Final Fate: Through his love of his wife-to-be Elizabeth, Frankenstein is able to banish the monster from existence itself, as the beast cannot live as long as there is no evil in the scientist's heart.

Powers/Abilities: Nothing except brute strength.

Weakness: As long as there is no evil in Frankenstein, the monster cannot exist.

Scariness Factor: 3-The best way to describe this scrub is "homeless Quasimodo". Admittingly, his creation scene is almost perversely grotesque, but his mannerisms can come off as rather pitiful, like a lost puppy.

Trivia: -The monster was played by Charles Stanton Ogle, who would go on to star in the first ever serial, "What Happened to Mary?".

-This whole thing was shot in three days.

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