"Therapy is Useless"

Films: Cover-Up (1974)

Alias: Dorothy Yates, Edmund Yates, Debra Yates

Type: Natural

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Once again, the cannibals are at it again. Would it kill these people to sink their teeth into something a bit nicer and juicier (like bacon...yes...bacon…back on subject)?

History: In the late 50s, Dorothy Yates was committed to an asylum for repeated acts of cannibalism. Her husband Edmund was committed as well for covering up the crimes. Many years later, they were released, but nothing changed in Dorothy’s case. In fact, she's more than a bit eager to eat when some relatives come over.

Notable Kills: Seems to have a thing for face flesh.

Final Fate: Only Edmund is horrified when Dorothy and daughter Debra decide to close in on one of their own. May their home never be visited again...

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-Gruesome kills, yes, but overall Dorothy comes off as that crazy and slightly passive-aggressive coot of a neighbor you do everything in your power to not make eye contact with. Edmund is rather pathetic, too.

Trivia: -This film's original title was "Frightmare". Other titles include "Brainsuckers" and "Once Upon a Frightmare".

-Edmund Yates was played by Rupert Davies in his final role in his career.

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THIS shocked critics?! Guys, you've got some steady competition up ahead.
The killing I get, but youre makeup? Look in the mirror, already.