Films: Scalps (1983)
Alias: Randy, D.J
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: We have to make the case that the Native Americans were not a bunch of cultists who did nothing but attract evil spirits. Despite what these films would have you believe, they were perfectly fine people. It's just a shame that modern idiots won’t stop awakening old nightmares...
History: In the Californian badlands, the spirit of the savage warrior Black Claw rests. But anyone who goes snooping in his old turf runs the risk of rousing his spirit. And when that happens, he will possess you, and turn you on your friends, killing with mad glee.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Black Claw is eventually put down when his body keeps getting a shotgun to the chest. However, his spirit simply moves on to one of the few survivors...
Weakness: Anything conventional (for those he possesses).
Scariness Factor: 4-It's bad enough he's a nigh-unkillable spirit. But judging by how willing he is to smear himself in the blood of his victims, we can safely assume that his tribe was thankful to see him dead a century ago. Also, his face is consistently ugly with each host.
Trivia: -The ranch this film was shot in is now owned by Alice Cooper. Let that sink in.
-If you can believe it, the filmmakers did this all without permits.