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"Breaking news just in. Authorities believe that the latest rash of serial murders have been committed by a woman. They believe she may be a prostitute and the local tabloids have dubbed the culprit the Call Girl Killer. She has claimed 10 victims so far, all male. Now back to Jim in sports."
"Well, it's about time. Call Girl Killer, huh? How original."
~ Female news reporter and Rachel

Rachel (aka the Call Girl Killer) is a character in the 2006 Stephen King horror anthology film Creepshow 3, in the segment entitled "Call Girl". She was played by Camille Lacey.

Biography

Rachel was a prostitute and a serial killer, her preferred method of killing was stabbing her victims to death with a knife. She also seemed to really enjoy her work as she derived obvious sexual pleasure from killing. A news report on the radio showed that the police seemed to suspect that a prostitute serial killer was on the loose. They attributed 10 previous murders to her and dubbed her the Call Girl Killer.

While cleaning the blood of a man she recently killed off a knife, Rachel received a phone call from a young man called Victor, who was looking to use her services after finding her picture and number online. Rachel viewed him as another victim and took his address, then headed out to her car.

On the way to her car she was stopped by a crazy religious lady, who was asking her to accept the Lord as her savior and to repent as the end was near. Rachel turned around and stabbed her to death. She watched with a sadistic smile and chuckled to herself as the bleeding woman collapsed to the floor, dead. She then got in her car and turned on the radio to hear a news report talking about her previous murders and that the police suspected a prostitute as the killer. She seemed very pleased to finally hear the news reporting her killings, but didn't think the Call Girl Killer was a very original name. She drove off to Victor's house.

When she arrived there, Victor answered the door. Rachel asked him where his parents were and he said that they were out of town. She also asked him why there were no photos of him around the house, and he said that he was the failure of the family. The two then went upstairs. Rachel received a $1,000 payment from Victor in advance for her services. She then handcuffed him to the bed and blindfolded him. She then grabbed her knife and slightly dug it into his chest for a short while before finally stabbing him to death. She stabbed him in the chest nine times with the knife as Victor's blood sprayed all over her. She looked at his corpse, threw a pillow over his face and called him pathetic.

After killing Victor, Rachel took a shower. She later came out and heard a voice calling her name. She headed back into the bedroom and heard the voice ask why she killed him. Rachel took the pillow off Victor's face to see that he was still alive and realized with horror that he was actually a vampire. She screamed in terror as Victor broke free from the bed and grabbed her. Rachel desperately begged him not to kill her, but he sank his fangs into her neck, causing her to bleed out and die. Her corpse was later seen hung up in the living room along with the house's actual inhabitants, whom Victor had killed earlier as well.

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