"Fountains of Anti-Life"

Films: Captain Kronos-Vampire Hunter (1974)

Alias: Hagen Durward, Lady Durward, Paul Durward, Sara Durward

Type: Mystical

Location: Civilized area/Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Vampires come in a variety of forms, and some don't even need blood. Oh no, they will get you for entirely worse reasons. But fear not, because the dauntless Captain Kronos and his hunchbacked sidekick Professor Hieronymus Grost are on the case!

History: Among the many vampire subspecies, this one prefers getting immortality a bit more literally, actually feasting on the youth of people and draining them of their lifespans. The Durwards are mainly doing it so that their ailing mother, Lady Durward, can rise again and join them. Kronos will have to find their weakness, and quickly.

Notable Kills: They make people older. Is that not enough?

Final Fate: In a moment of badassery we cannot deny, Kronos takes a steel cross, and forges it into a sword, using it to kill the Durwards and reducing them to bones.

Powers/Abilities: Can drain others of youth, and turn into bats.

Weakness: Steel, especially in holy object form.

Scariness Factor: 4-Unless you're as equipped as Kronos was, stay as far away as possible. Anything that can instantly shave your lifespan should not be taken lightly.

Trivia: -This film was the first and only one directed by Brian Clemens, a television producer and a distant relative of Mark Twain.

Psychic vampires do indeed exist in mythology, though for the most part they drain energy as opposed to age.

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