"Getting in touch with the feminine side"

Films: Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971)

Alias: Mrs. Hyde, Henry Jekyll, Jack the Ripper

Type: Natural/Man-Made

Location: Haunted home/Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Apparently the world needed an adaptation of the infamous two-faced doctor where he's a guy-turned girl craving female hormones. We're not sure if the director was exactly well making this.

History: Henry Jekyll really wanted to find the key to longer life. Seeing how women tend to have the greater life expectancy, he drank a potion containing female hormones from the corpses provided to him by criminals Burke and Hare. He found himself not only in a more sinister mindset, but the body of a woman he hastily called Mrs. Hyde. Unfortunately, to maintain greater life, he/she must kill other women for their hormones. Jekyll must murder those said to have been murdered by the London ripper himself.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Jekyll is eventually put into a rut where he can't find enough hormones in time. He tries to escape, but he trips and falls a long distance down after turning into Hyde. He dies an amalgamation of both genders.

Powers/Abilities: Over time, doesn't need a potion to transform.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-There are those who find femme fatales fairly intimidating. And we don't hold that against them. No matter what gender, the inner power struggle is real.

Trivia: -Burke and Hare were two very real murderous criminals responsible for 16 murders in ten months in 1828. They lived in Scotland.

-Originally, Caroline Munro was going to play as Sister Hyde, but the promise of nudity made her reconsider.

Image Gallery

So, Sister Hyde's into blondes?
We'll take a moment to apologize to the transgender folks out there.

The new ripper of England is quite something.

No side doesn't like the knife.