The Haunted Strangler

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The Haunted Strangler is a 1958 film about a researcher investigating a notorious serial killer hanged twenty years earlier who seemingly becomes possessed by the long dead strangler.

Directed by Robert Day. Written by John Croydon and Jan Read, based on Read's short story "Stranglehold."
Their wild beauty marked them for death by . . . The Haunted Strangler  (taglines)

James Rankin[edit]

  • You mean he killed while in some sort of trance?
  • I'm sorry, Barbara, but a man must do the work in which he believes!

Taglines[edit]

  • Their wild beauty marked them for death by . . . The Haunted Strangler
  • Karloff-KING OF MONSTERS-In His New Picture of 1,000 Horrors!
  • KING OF THE MONSTERS! KARLOFF IN HIS NEW HORROR HIT!

Cast[edit]

External links[edit]

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