"Inmate v. Inmates"

Films: Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972)

Alias: Marianne

Type: Natural

Location: Haunted Home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: It sucks being the result of a rape. It sucks even harder when your mother is killed by the people your father is supposed to be corralling. You'd be forgiven for trying to forcefully sort it out.

History: Jeffrey Butler was the unfortunate result of his grandfather Wilfred raping his daughter Marianne. Worse, Wilfred ran an asylum, and had the inmates kill her when he grew tired of the staff’s performance. After faking his death, Wilfred retreated into society. But Jeffrey never forgot. In fact, he invited most of the released inmates back to their original prison just to kill them all.

Notable Kills: See Final Fate.

Final Fate: After killing everyone he hated, Jeffrey is confronted by the mayor, and the two shoot each other dead. Wilfred arrives shortly afterwards, and is shot by Jeffrey's gun. The Butler mansion is soon demolished.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2.5-While it didn't necessitate killing that many people, Jeffrey's story does elicit some pity. Hell, we're just glad his horrible grandfather/father is dead. He was way worse.

Trivia: -This film was also known as "Night of the Dark Full Moon", and "Deathouse" in 1981. The working title was "Zora".

-In 2016, the film was adapted into a play in Brooklyn, NY. Yes, that happened for one-night only.

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