"Two Souls in One"

Films: Frankenstein Created Women (1967)

Alias: Hans

Type: Man-Made

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: Hammer's Frankenstein is back, and now he's dabbling with souls! Yes, souls. The scientific man of science is manipulating souls. Hammer, you might be running out of ideas at this point.

History: Christina was an innkeeper's daughter with a quarter of her face horribly scarred and burnt. Hans was her lover and the son of a convicted criminal. Only love could bring them together. Then Christina's father is murdered by three people known for mocking her deformity. Hans is framed and executed, while Christina jumps to her suicide off a bridge. Frankenstein is in town, so he decides to transplant Hans' soul into Christina for SCIENCE! Alas, while they did make her into a pretty face, Hans' soul craves for the blood of those who wronged the both of them. May the murdering commence.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After the three schmucks are dead, Christina regains control upon hearing Hans' voice tell her it's all done, and jumps off a waterfall to seal both their fates. Frankenstein can't help but feel a bit disappointed.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-Christina's only after the people who mocked her for her looks and spelled doom for her and Hans. If you sympathize with those fools, go sit in the corner.

Trivia: -This was meant to be a follow-up to 1958's "Revenge of Frankenstein", mainly because that film was realeased around 1957's "And God Created Woman".

-Christina was played by Susan Denberg, who got her voice dubbed over due to her thick Austrian accent.

Image Gallery

It's not the ultimate in evil until King Ghidorah gets involved.

This is turning out to be a pretty lousy date.

NSFW, I guess?

Looks fine to me.

Frankenstein's string of bad luck is really starting to show.

Okay, who was in charge of the spelling here?

That cooking class should have helped.