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* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: William Lambert, the killer. While his father, the Burnt Man, did murder Oscar Blodgett, he became so wracked with guilt that he committed suicide. William on the other hand has no qualms about killing (mostly) innocent people, let alone making a ''game'' out of it.]]


* {{Narm}}: The contestants, obviously prompted by the film crew, always going on about how scared they are that they'll be killed, like they don't know it's all fake.

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* {{Narm}}: The contestants, obviously prompted by the film crew, always going on about how scared they are that they'll be killed, like they don't know it's all fake.fake.
* ParanoiaFuel:
** The contestants are constantly reminded that if they are alone, they are at risk of being axed by the killer. [[spoiler: While it never happens, it does make for some tense moments when the investigators are forced to split up.]]
** In one episode the envelopes for the Killer's Game are left ''in the Jacuzzi on the deck of the HQ.''
** [[spoiler: One of the last episodes has a tense scene where Katie and Mary Elizabeth are watching over C.R Flint. Mary Elizabeth goes downstairs to get C.R a drink, ''and immediately gets murdered!'']]
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* Complete Monster: [[spoiler: William Lambert, the killer. While his father, the Burnt Man, did murder Oscar Blodgett, he became so wracked with guilt that he committed suicide. William on the other hand has no qualms about killing (mostly) innocent people, let alone making a ''game'' out of it.]]

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* Complete Monster: CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: William Lambert, the killer. While his father, the Burnt Man, did murder Oscar Blodgett, he became so wracked with guilt that he committed suicide. William on the other hand has no qualms about killing (mostly) innocent people, let alone making a ''game'' out of it.]]

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* Complete Monster: [[spoiler: William Lambert, the killer. While his father, the Burnt Man, did murder Oscar Blodgett, he became so wracked with guilt that he committed suicide. William on the other hand has no qualms about killing (mostly) innocent people, let alone making a ''game'' out of it.]]


* HarsherInHindsight: Angel, the winner, died during September 11th, 2001 only a week after the finale of MISTX aired, and his body was discovered a month or so later.

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* HarsherInHindsight: Angel, the winner, died during September 11th, 2001 only a week after the finale of MISTX aired, and his body was discovered a month or so later.later.
* {{Narm}}: The contestants, obviously prompted by the film crew, always going on about how scared they are that they'll be killed, like they don't know it's all fake.


* AlasPoorVillain: The killer's motivation is understandable, if ''way way'' past the line of DisproportionateRetribution, and his/her death ends the show on a note of melancholy.

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