"Away from the war to start another"

Films: The Prowler (1981)

Alias: George Fraser

Type: Natural

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Nobody likes to come back from the war only to find that their days of carnage are far from over. Especially if the marauding killer has extremely petty reasons for taking everyone with him.

History: George Fraser was an American soldier who had survived the ordeal of WW2. Unfortunately, his overly long stay in battle cost him his girlfriend back in California, who quickly moved on. In a jealous rage, he killed her and her new boyfriend the moment he came back. Now the year is 1980, and while masquerading as a sheriff, Fraser still finds it gratifying to kill horribly.

Notable Kills: If his knife isn't jutting out of a guy's throat, it isn't a fun kill for him. A blade through the skull also pleases him.

Final Fate: After killing most of the cast, Fraser is not only exposed, but gets his head blasted to bits by his own shotgun at point-blank range.

Powers/Abilities: None

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-The Prowler is a cut above the rest due to his interesting attire and utterly visceral kills. And to think he offed so many because he got dumped. No wonder he looks so unappealing behind that mask.

Trivia: -The Prowler was played by Farley Granger, who's biggest role was as the star of Alfred Hitchcock's murder-thriller, "Rope".

-Although the film takes place in California, the director ultimately filmed it all in Cape May, New Jersey due to it having a ghost town aesthetic.

Image Gallery

Eustace Bagg has snapped at last.

Shall we dance? At least, when you get legs?

Killers like him like a sophisticated and clean lifestyle of murder.
Good luck forgetting that skull kill.