"Road-tripped out"

Films: Death Valley (1982)

Alias: Hal and Stu

Type: Natural

Location: Desert/Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: For every traveler in California, they know that Death Valley is the last place they want to end up stuck in. Some go there anyway to see if it truly earns its reputation. Just pray that these folks aren't stalking it.

History: Twins Hal and Stu were a couple of serial killers menacing Death Valley, California. Things were going well until a visiting kid haphazardly took Hal's frog pendent without him looking. Feeling incensed, Hal rampages to get his pendent back, killing anyone along the way.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Hal may manage to outlive his twin, but in the end, he's run over violently by a car that the kid's family is in.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-We will admit, they're not too unique in motive, but nice in location. You don't want to die all alone in Death Valley of all places, nor at the hands of the unhinged, do you?

Trivia: -This film featured Peter Billingsley as the kid. He was also that kid from "A Christmas Story".

-Part of this film was inspired by a time when the screenwriter seemed to have been trailed by a mysterious car while they were vacationing in Death Valley.

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