"A Stab in the Dark"

Films: Schizo (1976)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: We have a stalker, and he wants to kill a girl. And he's killing everyone else too. And he-hey wait a minute! This isn't what it all seems!

History: Long ago, future ice skating star Samantha Gray witnessed her parents being murdered. Shaken, she tried to move on with her life. But now, there's a creepy old man by the name of William Haskin stalking her everywhere. But why? Obsession, perhaps.

Notable Kills: Putting a pin through someone's head to the point where it goes through their eye.

Final Fate: As it turns out, Haskin is investigating Gray because SHE killed her parents at a young age, and SHE committed the murders out of the titular schizophrenia. Maddened by denial, she shoves Haskins onto some spikes in a carpet factory, killing him. She soon keeps going on murdering those she doesn't like.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 1-Honestly, we should go back to spoiling true villains with the very picture for the bio. Even if Haskin was the killer, he'd look too confused and old to be a credible threat.

Trivia: -Haskin was played by Jack Watson, who's notable for portraying Llud in the King Arthur-centered television series, "Arthur of the Britons".

-Gray was played by Lynne Frederick, who’s known for her...interesting relationship with Peter Sellers. Leave it at that.

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In fact, you should probably look over your shoulder now.

Seems pretty consistant here. Sheer terror is on both their impulses.

That wasn't weed, girl.
Get ready to blow...er, stab your mind.

Less offensive AND to the point. Kudos.