Kolchak faces another Native American monster, this one known as the Matchemonedo, when he learns of a series of mishaps taking place in a newly opened hospital. The construction of the hospital has awakened Matchemonedo, an invisible manifestation that causes ruptures in the building's constitution, electrical outbursts, and deaths that are seemingly caused by electrocution. Kolchak enlists the help of a reluctant Indian shaman to combat the rampaging force.
Did You Know?
Kolchak and Jim Elkhorn are doing research on Matchemonedo, The Energy Eater entity, and are reading diaries and logs of pioneers who encountered or mentioned the entity. Elkhorn fluently reads and translates from a French passage written by a French priest who refers to it. William Smith, who played Jim Elkhorn, is fluent in Russian, French, German , and Serbo-Croatian, as well as English. He learned foreign languages while serving as an Intelligence specialist for the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. See more
The boom mic is visible when Kolchak brings an architect to the hospital to inspect it's lower levels. See more
What do you mean, 'we,' white man?
Edited into Crackle of Death