"Carrie-ed Away"

Films: The Child (1977)

Alias: None

Type: Mystical

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average child.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: You know what Carrie White couldn't do that this little terror can? Summon an army of the dead to kill those who slighted you. Of course, the psychic powers come with the whole package, too.

History: Rosalie Nordon was a bit of a troubled youth. Then again, so was the rest of her family, who they're the only type that would call the deaths of boy scouts hilarious. The thing about Rosalie was that she still didn't remember the death of her mother very fondly, and decided to take out her anger on everyone else. To do this, she would use her psychic powers to torment her victims and raise the dead to do the really dirty work.

Notable Kills: Instead of zombies, Rosalie just up and uses her powers to aim a shotgun at a gardener and kill him.

Final Fate: Eventually, Rosalie kills her whole family, and would have killed her newest caretaker had that woman not shoved an axe into her head (yikes). With that, the marauding zombies disappear.

Powers/Abilities: Telekinesis, necromancy.

Weakness: Anything conventional, then her undead hordes die off.

Scariness Factor: 4-Aside from being a really bratty half-pint, this girl will kill those she despises with everything she can. Guns, scares, the living dead, all a means to an end.

Trivia: -This film was also known as "Kill and go Hide", "Children of the Night", and "Zombie Child".

-Literally all of the dialogue was edited into the film in post-production.

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Let's also play "Who's Getting the Arrest Warrant?".

Quite a party we've got here.

You scared? You brought these things here as far as I know.
Oh. Terrible party, I see.

"AUGH! I can't look! Oh, wait. I literally can never look."