Films: Terror (1978)
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: And you thought we were through with movies involving witch curses, didn't you? While we couldn't get Barbara Steele on the line, we work with what we got.
History: Mad Dolly was a witch three centuries back about to be burned at the stake, when she called forth the forces of Hell and cursed the area she was condemned at. From that day on, anyone of the Garrick bloodline would be doomed to grisly death, alongside anyone else near the Garrick House.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Long story short, by the end of this particular night, all of the Garrick ancestors are dead as doornails. All at the ghostly hands of Mad Dolly and her supernatural powers.
Powers/Abilities: Mad Dolly can manipulate the world around her in a variety of ways, including lifting heavy objects into the air. Her preferred weapon is a long sword.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-Almost no other cackling witch before Mad Dolly has not been disposed of in some capacity. This one made good on her promise, and needless to say, we wouldn't want to lose our heads to her.
Trivia: -The director of this film, Norman J. Warren, has proposed a sequel filled with song and dance, but he hasn't made good on that promise.
-Warren admits that his film doesn't make sense in some areas because he made it solely to entertain, nothing else. Points for humbleness, we guess.