Earl, also known as the Professor, was an ax-wielding mutant who wore night vision goggles and a special respirator. He was the assistant of Doctor Satan and attempted to murder Denise Willis. The Professor swung at Denise with his ax, striking a support beam which caused the tunnel they are in to collapse. The Professor appeared to have survived the incident however.
Featured in: House of 1000 Corpses (2003)
Played by: Jake McKinnon
Edward Ashen was the father of Jamie Ashen. Edward always knew that the angry spirit of Mary Shaw had sworn to murder everyone in Edward's family line. To protect his son, Edward was forced to drive him away from their family mansion in Ravens Fair. Edward eventually married a woman named Ella who, unbeknownst to Edward, was actually a vehicle for Mary Shaw's vengeance. Ella studied the arts of ventriloquism and doll-making and murdered Edward Ashen, turning him into a veritable human puppet.
Featured in: Dead Silence (2007)
Played by: Bob Gunton
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Death:around 1990s Approx (Age 55) Lady Effigie was the widow of the late Lord Munster and the mother of Freddy and Grace Munster.
Lady Effigie Munster was the widow of the late Lord Munster, and mother to Freddie Munster and Grace Munster and a distant cousin of the American Munster family. Like her son, she was upset when Herman Munster was given the title Lord of Munster and Munster Hall over her son.
Featured in: Munster, Go Home! (1966)
Played by: Hermione Gingold
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Elizabeth Matheson was a secondary character featured in the 1990-1991 syndicated television series She-Wolf of London. She was played by British actress Jean Challis and appeared in seven episodes of the series. Elizabeth Matheson was the wife of retired Queen's Guard Henry Matheson and the mother of university scholar Ian Matheson. She co-owned a bed and breakfast with her husband not far from the school where Ian worked. In 1990, Elizabeth's sister Gertie of Lechmoor Heath was brutally murdered under mysterious circumstances and she traveled to the village to attend Gertie's funeral.
Featured in: She-Wolf of London
Played by: Jean Challis
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Little is known about Ella Ashen, save that she was the instrument of vengeance for the angry spirit of ventriloquist Mary Shaw. Ella found a book called How to Make a Perfect Doll and used it to animate the corporeal remains of her husband Edward Ashen. Turning him into a human puppet, Ella manipulated Edward by way of a wooden rode inserted into his spine. She convinced Edward's son Jamie that Edward was still alive, and used ventriloquism to imitate his voice. Jamie sought to put Mary Shaw's spirit at rest by destroying her doll collection, but Ella had the last laugh by unleashing Shaw's ghost upon him saying, "Who's the dummy, now?"
Featured in: Dead Silence (2007)
Played by: Amber Valletta
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Eve (Dead Mary)
Eve was a protagonist turned villainess from the film, Dead Mary. She was one of seven friends who traveled to a cottage near a lake on vacation, along with dating couple Baker and Lily, married couple Dash and Amber, and recently broken up Kim and Matt. The group later tests out the legend of an evil spirit known as Dead Mary, and they unleashed the spirit, unbeknownst to all seven of them. Eve turned villainous while she was in a shed with Dash, when she was revealed to be possessed by Dead Mary. Shortly afterwards, the villainous Eve snarled at Dash while displaying sharp, jagged teeth and an evil smile, right before she attacked Dash. She is later found outside attacking Matt as well, much to Kim's shock. At the very last scene in the film, Eve ends up killed by Kim.
Featured in: Dead Mary
Played by: Marie-Josée Colburn
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