Barbara Crampton (1958 - )
- Re-Animator (1985) [Megan Halsey]: Strangled by one of the re-animated bodies as she and Bruce Abbott are trying to escape in an elevator. After Bruce and Carolyn Purdy-Gordon unsuccessfully attempt to resuscitate her, the movie ends with Bruce injecting her with the re-animating formula.
- Chopping Mall (Killbots) (1986) [Suzie Lynn]: Burned to death when the security robots fire at the fuel can she was holding.
- Thy Neighbor's Wife (Midnight Vendetta) (2001) [Nicole Garrett]: Poisoned slowly over time by Kari Wuhrer, she finally collapses and dies in her bathroom.
- You're Next (2011) [Aubrey Davison]: Stabbed in the neck with a machete (off-screen) by L.C. Holt; her body is shown afterwards lying on the bed when the family discovers her.
- Lords of Salem (2012) [Virginia Cable]: Killed (off-screen), along with the other female descendants of the Salem witch-hunters, by Meg Foster's coven inside the theater. I couldn't spot Barbara among the pile of bodies, but she is shown earlier as one of the people affected by the coven's music; director Rob Zombie confirms on the US DVD's commentary that the women in the theater are the same people that the music affected in the earlier scenes.
- The Divine Tragedies (2015) [Mother]: Shot in the chest by Jon Kondelik on the bed her body is shown afterwards when Graham Denman discovers her.
- Puppet Master: The Littlest Reich [Carol Doreski]: Throat slit by one of the puppets.
TV Series Deaths:Edit
- Days Of Our Lives (1983) [Trista Evans Bradford]: Stabbed in the back by the Salem Slasher (played by Thaao Penghlis, but while wearing a mask to look like John de Lancie).
- Channel Zero: The Dream Door - Where Did You Sleep Last Night? (2018) [Vanessa Moss]: Stabbbed and mutilated off-screen by Pretzel Jack (Troy James), her death goes partially heard by intended victim Brandon Scott. Her death comes only as a result of firing her gun at Pretzel Jack as he contorts his way in her spa home to Scott.
Ex-wife of David Boyd (cinematographer/director)
Wife of Robert Bleckman (set dresser/property master)
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