After Kolchak put a stake through the heart of vampire Janos Skorzeny and all his victims were cremated, that was thought to have been the end of the line for the vampire. However, one victim, a call girl named Catherine Rawlins was not found and after a road crew unknowingly freed her she resumes her "career". However, instead of turning tricks she uses her job as a way to meet unsuspecting victims of her own and begins a murderous rampage of her own and eventually makes her way to Los Angeles. Kolchak heads for L.A. to hunt her down and try to stop her before the City of Angels becomes the city of the undead.
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Did You Know?
The house that the real estate agent is showing at the beginning happens to be Ken Franklin's house in the Columbo episode "Murder By The Book." It was also used in Columbo's, "The Most Crucial Game", as well as a number of other Universal productions, including Quincy, M.E., and several Rockford Files episodes. See more
They should meet my boss. He'd turn Buddha into a chain smoker.
References Horror of Dracula