Regina Walters

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Famous singer and cousin of famous dead ballerina Anna Tavlova, from "The Manikins of Death!" story of horror comic book Mysterious Adventures #3 (Aug 1951). Her favorite song is Cole Porter's "Night and Day."

Unfortunately, she runs afoul of psychopath mannequin maker Conrad Lebaron, who robs graves to mix human remains into his mannequin materials. Trying to escape being murdered by him, she trips and falls into a vat of "talic acid," dissolving her. Lebaron uses it to make a mannequin of her. On its unveiling, he is haunted by her, and slips and falls out a window to his death.

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