The haunted armor of a brutal 12th century knight is making a habit out of executing certain persons responsible for the 'desecration' of its burial site - that is, anybody involved with the creation of a restaurant/disco in or near its resting place within a museum. Kolchak catches on when he happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and witnesses one of the murders with his own eyes. An ax that's been blessed by a pope is the only thing that will stop the spirited suit from venting its gruesome displeasure. Written by
acidxian/revised by statmanjeff
Did You Know?
The weapon used to kill Brewster Hawking, and described by Carl, is called a military flail. A mace is a wooden handled weapon topped by a knobbed or flanged metal ball. (Topped by a spiked ball, it is called a morning-star.) See more
I'm, I'm sorry about this whole thing - I really am - but I did see that armor. Now, just... who was this Black Cross Knight? And where did this armor come from?
I wouldn't give you another piece of information if you held me down and let a pack of rats run through my clothes willy-nilly.
References The Wizard of Oz