Former members of a biker gang from the 50s are being decapitated, and a key witness claims that the murders are being committed by a headless figure on a motorcycle wielding a sword. Kolchak pieces the story together and finds that the specter is out to avenge his death due to some rather unusual circumstances surrounding his burial. Written by
Did You Know?
When Kolchak is at the museum's French Revolution display, there is a guillotine which fails to operate properly. The reason it doesn't work is because it isn't weighted properly. If you look closely, the rope is simply attached to the blade itself. A true guillotine blade was attached to a mouton, a metal weight which weighed 66 pounds; combined with the weight of the blade, this ensured a swift, clean cut. See more
Kolchak's narration describes Lila's sister Coral as, "a respectable housewife". But she is shown closing and locking up a restaurant just before the motorcyclist kills her. Why wasn't she described as "a respectable restaurateur?" See more
You're telling me that I should go into a barn of bones and- and find someone's skull, and then play pin-the-head on-the-stump?