"Murders across America"

Films: Henry-Portrait of a Serial Killer (1986)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: The family that slays together, stays together. At least, that's what one would think. But in the end, one's twisted mind can only take companionship for so long before it all ends in total bloodshed.

History: Henry was one of the most prolific and heartless serial killers of his time. From the moment he murdered his mother, he adopted a dog-eat-dog world mindset. Together with his fellow prison mate Otis, they wrecked havoc across America. But their partnership is tested when Otis' sister Becky comes into the scene...

Notable Kills: Wipes an entire family off the map, starting with snapping the kid's neck in front of the others.

Final Fate: Henry grows infuriated by Otis' incestuous advances on Becky, and has him stabbed and killed. However, he ends up killing Becky himself later, unable to comprehend a stable relationship with anyone, before heading to parts unknown to continue his killing spree.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Henry is practically on auto-pilot, killing thoughtlessly, but not enough to be thwarted easily. His twisted sense of morality and the guile to never stay long in any single place makes him a truly frightening prospect.

Trivia: -There was a sequel to this film, known as "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer-Mask of Sanity". It's best left forgotten, really.

-Henry and Otis were respectively based on Henry Lee Lucas and Otis Toole, a couple of very real killers. Henry claimed (read: CLAIMED) to have killed over 3,000 people by the time he was caught, and Otis received two death sentences for his murders.

Image Gallery

Reality can be cruel, folks.

Quit praising and find the guy on the Wanted poster!

The blood's literally on her, but you can feel your sins crawling all over you, Henry...

This is gonna get awkward, real fast even.
Well, at least it's an actual portrait.