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Villain Overview

Do you like scary movies?
~ Ghostface's most famous quote.

Ghostface is the main antagonist of the Scream franchise.

It is a fictional persona and costume adopted by the villains of the Scream series as a disguise to conceal their identity. At least nine people have used the Ghostface identity (fourteen if the TV series is counted, fifteen if we also consider the Stab films and sixteen if we consider videogames).

The character is often voiced by Roger L. Jackson, who also played Mojo Jojo from The Powerpuff Girls and Wizeman from NiGHTS, regardless of who is behind the mask.

Appearance

In Scream, the identity is temporarily adopted by the killers' target, Sidney Prescott, using it against them. In the Scream universe, the costume is not unique and is easily obtainable, allowing others to wear a similar outfit. Ghostface often calls its targets to taunt or threaten them while using a voice changer that hides its true identity. In Scream 3, this is taken further by Roman Bridger who uses a device that enables him to sound like several other characters in order to manipulate targets. The changing identity of the person beneath the mask means that Ghostface has no definite motivation, ranging from revenge and seeking fame to "peer pressure". However, each killer shares the common goal of killing Sidney due to a chain of events indirectly caused by her mother Maureen Prescott.

Initially, Billy Loomis created the identity with Stu Macher in order to kill Sidney because of her mother's affair with Billy's father which triggered his mother to leave, after a short killing spree in the fictional Northern California town of Woodsboro. The Ghostface persona remains the same throughout the Scream series, featuring a black hood and cloak with a jagged base and a white vinyl mask with a black shroud sewn onto the back, resembling a ghost with a screaming expression. Though each iteration of Ghostface is human, they often exhibit extreme durability against physical harm, high levels of physical strength, and an almost supernatural stealth ability; able to appear and disappear in seemingly impossible situations. The character has often appeared in popular culture since its inception, referenced in film and television as well as spawning a series of action figures and merchandise.

The Ghostface mask itself was originally created by Fun World Div. Easter Unlimited, Inc. employee Brigitte Sleiertin for a series of masks titled "Fantastic Faces" released as Halloween masks in the early 1990s by Fun World. The mask was given the trademarked name of "GhostFace" by the Fun World licensing director R.J. Torbert in 1999-2000. The Ghostface mask also returned in The Face of Fear, a novel written by Torbert himself. Ghostface was also given the trademarked name "The Icon of Halloween" in 2010-2011 by Torbert as well for the Scream 4 hype.

Biography

Scream

Ghostface first appears in the opening scene of Scream (1996). The character, voiced by Roger L. Jackson, calls and taunts teenager Casey Becker with horror clichés and trivia questions, eventually murdering her boyfriend Steve Orth in front of her before she herself is killed. The identity has been adopted by the primary antagonists of each successive film to conceal their identity, prior to being revealed in each films' final act.

Ghostface's first cinematic appearance was in Scream where the identity was used by a killer stalking the fictional town of Woodsboro. After the killing spree begins, Sidney Prescott begins receiving taunting and threatening phone calls from Ghostface who claims knowledge of her mother Maureen Prescott's brutal rape and murder, one year prior to the events of the film; a murder that was blamed on Cotton Weary. The Ghostface disguise allows suspicion to fall on many people, including Sidney's boyfriend, Billy Loomis; her father, Neil Prescott; her friend, Randy Meeks; and her schoolmate, Stu Macher. Ghostface is revealed in the finale as both Billy and Stu, who reveal that they murdered Sidney's mother and framed Cotton. Billy cites his motivation as abandonment by his mother, Nancy, brought about by his father Hank's affair with Maureen, while Stu cites "peer pressure". Sidney is able to gain an advantage against Billy and Stu, temporarily adopting the Ghostface persona herself to taunt them before killing Stu. Gale Weathers shoots Billy to stop him from killing Sidney, who then finishes Billy off with a bullet to the head.

Scream 2

Ghostface's second appearance was in Scream 2 (1997) where it was again used as a disguise by the main antagonists. A series of murders occur at Windsor College, Sidney's current location, with the initial victims sharing names with Billy and Stu's victims from Scream. The killers again taunt Sidney and attempt to kill her and later kill Randy. The Ghostface disguise allows suspicion to fall on several characters, including Cotton, again, and Sidney's boyfriend Derek. However, Mickey Altieri, a friend of Derek, reveals himself as the killer, seeking fame for his prolific exploits. Mickey's accomplice is revealed to be Billy's mother, under the alias Debbie Salt, who is seeking revenge against Sidney for her son's death. Mrs. Loomis shoots Mickey, claiming to have indulged his desire for fame and carnage only to enlist his help in enacting her revenge, and tries to kill Sidney. With help from the exonerated Cotton, Sidney survives and Mrs. Loomis is killed. Seconds later, Mickey springs to his feet screaming, but is quickly shot to death by Gale and Sidney.

Scream 3

The story continues in Scream 3 (2000) where the identity of Ghostface is used to murder Cotton and his girlfriend Christine, in an attempt to discover the now-hidden Sidney's location. The killer leaves images of Maureen at the crime scenes to draw Sidney out of seclusion while murdering the cast of "Stab 3", the film within a film based on Sidney and her experiences with Ghostface. Ghostface is revealed as Sidney's half-brother Roman Bridger, born to their mother Maureen during a two-year period when she moved to Hollywood to become an actress under the name Rina Reynolds. After being gang-raped and impregnated at a party, she gave Roman up for adoption who, as an adult, sought her out, only to be rejected, denying she had ever been Rina. Roman began stalking Maureen and filming her adulterous liaisons with other men including Hank. He used this footage to reveal to Billy why his mother had "abandoned" him before convincing him to kill Maureen, sparking the chain of events in Scream and Scream 2. With Sidney's help, her friend Dewey Riley manages to kill Roman, ending the series of murders based on his revenge against Maureen.

Scream 4

In Scream 4 (2011), another Ghostface killer emerges in Woodsboro on the fifteen-year anniversary of the massacre conducted by Billy and Stu; the new killer recreating events from the incident but also filming the murders. Ghostface kills several teenagers and police officers before being unmasked as Sidney's cousin Jill Roberts and her friend Charlie Walker, who intend to kill Sidney, frame Jill's ex-boyfriend Trevor Shelton and become the current generation's "Sidney" and "Randy Meeks", with the accompanying fame of being the "survivors" of the massacre. Jill betrays Charlie and stabs him through the heart and stomach and then seemingly kills Sidney, before purposely injuring and stabbing herself to make herself appear a victim. After being taken to hospital, Dewey informs her that Sidney has survived. Jill attempts to end her life but is stalled by Dewey, Gale and Judy Hicks long enough for Sidney to shoot her through the heart, killing her.

Scream (2022)

Ghostface returns in this film as there are two people disguising themselves as this villainous, horrible murderer. The first killer is the accomplish and minion Amber Freeman, and the second killer is the secret boss and the pretentious mastermind of the plot called Richie Kirsch.

The two have been plotting to create a "requel" to Stab 8 by killing people on camera and vlogging about them. Richie had a disguised voice as Ghostface, while Amber was a silent killer. The two of them have been provoking Samantha Carpenter and stalking after her.

Richie also happened to be her false lover during the film's events, up until the moment in which he revealed his true colors and motives.

Scream (TV Series)

Ghostface is once again the main antagonist of this series, however, the mask and robe is different and they are never referred to as Ghostface onscreen, only behind the scenes. Ghostface is revealed to be Piper Shaw, who is assisted by Kieran Wilcox. In season 3, the new killers came back to the original Ghostface costumes. The killers are revealed to be Beth and Jamal Elliot.

The Face of Fear

Ghostface returns in The Face of Fear, a novel written by Fun World licensing director R.J. Torbert. In the book, there are multiple killers who wear different versions of the mask. A group of criminals called the Winters brothers wear the "scarecrow", "zombie", and "mummy" versions of the mask, while another "vigilante" killer wears the classic white mask. The vigilante killer's mask has a distinctive blood splatter, which is featured on the cover of the book. As opposed to wearing a robe like in the Scream movies, the vigilante killer wears all black clothing, such as a black shirt, pants, and leather gloves.

The phenomenon starts in the novel when local resident of Long Island, New York Deborah Lance is kidnapped and held hostage by the Winters brothers.

Victims

  1. Maureen Prescott - Stabbed in thegroin/chest(twice)/head by Billy Loomis and Stu Macher
  2. Steven Orth - Bound to chair, gagged with tape, gutted with knife by Stu Macher
  3. Casey Becker - Stabbed in the chest/stomach/neck, gutted, hung from tree by Billy Loomis
  4. Principal Arthur Himbry - Stabbed 3 times in the chest/stomach, gutted, hung from high school football goal post by Billy Loomis
  5. Tatum Riley - Arm sliced with knife, lifted, head crushed by garage door after being stuck in cat flap by Billy Loomis
  6. Kenny Brown - Throat slit with knife by Stu Macher
  7. Phil Stevens - Stabbed in the ear through bathroom stall, hacked up (Stabbed 3 times in ear in director's cut) by Mickey Altietri or Nancy Loomis
  8. Maureen Evans - Stabbed in the stomach/back(6 times), hacked up by Mickey Altieri
  9. Cici Cooper - Thrown through a glass door, stabbed twice in the back, thrown off the 2nd balcony by Mickey Altieri or Nancy Loomis
  10. Randy Meeks - Stabbed 4 times in the chest, throat slit in news van by Nancy Loomis
  11. Officer Andrews - Throat slashed with knife by Mickey Altieri
  12. Officer Richards - Head bashed against car window 3 times, thrown, impaled in theback of head through windshield by pipe while on moving car by Mickey Altieri
  13. Hallie McDaniel - Stabbed in the chest 4 times by Mickey Altieri
  14. Derek Feldman - Bound to cross, shot in the chest with a handgun by Mickey Altieri
  15. Christine Hamilton - Stabbed in the back by Roman Bridger
  16. Cotton Weary - Hit in head with golf club, arm slashed, stabbed in the chest/head by Roman Bridger
  17. Sarah Darling - Head punched through glass door, stabbed in the back by Roman Bridger
  18. Steven Stone - Stabbed in the back, head bludgeoned 3 times with frying pan (final punch hit the knife in his back hitting major arteries) by Roman Bridger
  19. Tom Prinze - House filled with gas exploded by lighting lighter by Roman Bridger
  20. Angelina Tyler - Stabbed in the chest by Roman Bridger
  21. Tyson Fox - Stabbed in the stomach, rug pulled underneath, neck broken, slammed against glass case, thrown off second balcony by Roman Bridger
  22. Jennifer Jolie - Stabbed in the back/stomach behind one-way mirror by Roman Bridger
  23. John Milton - Throat slit with the knife by Roman Bridger
  24. Trudie Harrold - Chest impaled with hunting knife by Ghostface (in the Stab movies)
  25. Sherrie Marconi - Throat slit with hunting knife by Ghostface (in the Stab movies)
  26. Rachel Milles - Stomach impaled with kitchen knife by Chloe (in the Stab movies)
  27. Marnie Cooper - Stabbed in the stomach, thrown through glass door, stabbed several times, arm slashed, hung from ceiling fan by Charlie Walker
  28. Jenny Randall - Stabbed in the back, back crushed by garage door, stabbed in the chest, stabbed several times, bound to chair by Jill Roberts
  29. Olivia Morris - Stabbed in the chest/through the hand, kicked/thrown, stabbed in the back/stomach 6 times, head bashed through the window, gutted by Charlie Walker
  30. Rebecca Walters - Stabbed in the stomach, thrown off parking garage roof, lands on news van by Jill Roberts
  31. Deputy Hoss - Stabbed in the back by Jill Roberts, stabbed several times to make sure he's dead by Charlie Walker
  32. Deputy Perkins - Stabbed in forehead by Jill Roberts
  33. Kate Roberts - Stabbed in the back through letterbox by Jill Roberts
  34. Robbie Mercer - Stabbed in the chest/back/stomach by Charlie Walker
  35. Trevor Sheldon - Tied up with tape, shot in the groin/forehead with handgun by Jill Roberts
  36. Charlie Walker - Stabbed in the heart/stomach by Jill Roberts
  37. Tyler O'Neill - Head decapitated by Kieran Wilcox (Possibly)
  38. Nina Patterson - Back and throat slashed by Piper Shaw
  39. Rachel Murray - Hung by noose, appeared to look like a suicide by Kieran Wilcox
  40. Riley Marra - Stabbed in the back/side, artery slashed by Piper Shaw
  41. Will Belmont - Head split by tractor saw by Piper Shaw and Kieran Wilcox
  42. Clifton Roberts - Stabbed multiple times (Off screen) by Piper Shaw
  43. Clark Hudson - Stomach sliced open which drops his intestines by Kieran Wilcox
  44. Grayson Pfeiffer - Throat slashed (Off screen) by Piper Shaw
  45. Jake Fitzgerald - sliced open with a scythe by Kieran Wilcox
  46. Eddie Hayes - Glass smashed on the head; stabbed with a cork screw by Kieran Wilcox
  47. Seth Branson - Right hand cut off; stabbed in the torso; body carbonized by Kieran Wilcox
  48. Deputy Dwayne - Thrown through glass mirror; died of blood loss by Kieran Wilcox
  49. Haley Meyers - Stabbed eleven times repeatedly in the chest and abdomen by Kieran Wilcox
  50. Zoë Vaughn - Locked in a coffin and left to drown at Wren Lake by Kieran Wilcox
  51. Quinn Maddox - Impaled through the chest with a pitchfork; Bled out by Kieran Wilcox
  52. Deputy Stevens - Stabbed several times in the abdomen and back area by Kieran Wilcox
  53. Eli Hudson - Stabbed by Kieran Wilcox; shot several times, once by Emma Duval and thrice by Kieran Wilcox
  54. Prison Guard - Neck twisted in 180 degrees by the third killer
  55. Kieran Wilcox - Throat slit/back of neck impaled with hunting knife by the third killer
  56. Tommy Jenkins - Stabbed in the neck before having his head covered with a plastic bag which quickly fills up with his own blood by Jamal Elliot
  57. Avery Collins - thrown over the balcony at the silent disco rave and was impaled on a spike upon landing by Jamal Elliot
  58. Latavious - Throat slashed (off screen) by Beth
  59. Shane - A deadly dose of drugs was injected into his eye; A ladder dropped on his windpipe by Beth
  60. Luther Thompson - Stabbed in the stomach and crushed to death with a car crusher by Jamal Elliot
  61. Manny - Leg broken with a tire iron and burned to death in a car by Beth
  62. Amir Ayoub - Stabbed and split down the middle with a bone saw by Beth
  63. Officer B. Westbrook - Stabbed in the back of the head and burned to death by Beth
  64. Jamal Elliot - Stabbed with a trash picker multiple times and tortured; Blood loss by Beth
  65. Vince Schneider - Stabbed in the neck by Amber Freeman
  66. Sheriff Judy Hicks - Stabbed multiple times in the stomach by Amber Freeman
  67. Wes Hicks - Stabbed in the neck by Richie Kirsch
  68. Deputy Keith - Throat slit by Amber Freeman off-camera, body shown
  69. Dwight "Dewey" Riley - Stabbed in the stomach/back, sliced open by Amber Freeman
  70. Liv McKenzie - Shot in the head by Amber Freeman

Trivia

  • The mask is based on The Scream painting by the late Edvard Munch and ghosts that appeared in a Betty Boop cartoon.
  • As previously stated, no matter who dons the mantle of Ghostface (both in-universe and in-filming), the man behind the voice box in the films and season 3 is always Roger L. Jackson, who is known for voicing Mojo Jojo, Rowdyruff Boys member Butch, and Wizeman the Wicked.
  • Interestingly, the character Tatum calls the killer "Mr. Ghostface" in Scream (1996), indicating that this could have been R.J. Torbert's inspiration for the name of the mask.
  • Mike Vaughn voices Ghostface in the first two season of the TV series.
  • Ghostface was featured along with other horror icons in the Halloween sale promotion for Vivziepop's Hazbin Hotel.
  • It was hinted that the Ghostface mask would be drastically different in the upcoming fifth Scream film. However, once an official photo was released, the mask doesn't seem to have any drastic changes compared to its previous appearances.

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Pod People | Don Altobello | Emilio Barzini | Emilio Barzini Jr. | Fabrizio | Jack Woltz | Luca Brasi | Francesco Ciccio | Carmine Cuneo | Michael Corleone | Vito Corleone | Sonny Corleone | Fredo Corleone | Connie Corleone | Vincent Corleone | Peter Clemenza | Carmine Cuneo | Don Fanucci | Paulie Gatto | Archbishop Gilday | Moe Greene | Tom Hagen | Rocco Lampone | Licio Lucchesi | Mark McCluskey | Al Neri | Frank Pentangeli | Carlo Rizzi | Hyman Roth | Virgil Sollozzo | Victor Stracci | Philip Tattaglia | Bruno Tattaglia | Salvatore Tessio | Joey Zasa | Petrox Corporation (Fred Wilson) | Orca | Captain Nolan | Mr. Firat | Assassins (Moras) | Katahdin | Pamela Voorhees | Bluto | The Miner (Axel Palmer) | Jason Voorhees | Vermithrax Pejorative | Tyrian | Adolf Hitler | René Belloq | Major Arnold Ernst Toht | Herman Dietrich | Gobler | German Mechanic | Otto | Satipo | Barranca | Mola Ram | Chief Guard | Chattar Lal | Lao Che | Eh Tar | Mrs. Dribb | Victor Maitland | Curly Shepard | Tim Shepard | Texan Thugs | Maxwell Dent | Karla Fry | Walter Donovan | Elsa Schneider | Ernst Vogel | Panama Hat | Garth | Carl Bruner | Willy Lopez | Benjamin Oliver | Holli Would | The Goons | Bobby Cahn | Mr. Curran | Ellis DeWald | Orrin Sanderson | Steve Fulbright | Paul Barish | King Edward I | Prince Edward | Robert de Brus | Craig | Mornay | Marion Hawthorne | Agatha K. Plummer | Governor Tracy | Aaron Stampler | John Shaughnessy | Archbishop Richard Rushman | Jim Phelps | Franz Krieger | Max Mitsopolis | Claire Phelps | Matthias | Castor Troy | Pollux Troy | Kurt Bozwell | Troy and Griffin | Roxanne | Dr. William Weir | Cal Hockley | Spicer Lovejoy | Ruth DeWitt Bukater | Steamboat Willie | Christof | Lady Van Tassel | Headless Horseman | Reverend Steenwyck | Sean Ambrose | Hugh Stamp | John C. McCloy | Wallis | Ulrich | Michael | Simon | Henry Gates | Richard and Jay | Plankton | Karen Plankton | Mr. Krabs | Dennis | Cyclops | Victor | Boat Jacker | The Thug Tug Gang | Count Olaf | Hook-Handed Man | Henchperson of Indeterminate Gender | Bald Man | White-Faced Women | Zateb Kazim | Yves Massarde | Zakara | Martians | Owen Davian | John Musgrave | Brownway | Kimbrough | Ramses | Brooks & Elwyn | Megatron | Decepticons (Starscream, Barricade, Frenzy, Blackout, Scorponok, Bonecrusher, Brawl, & Dispensor) | Charles Meachum | Issac Johnson | Mikhaylo Sczerbiak | Officer Timmons | Grendel | Grendel's Mother | Dragon | Sweeney Todd | Mrs. Lovett | Judge Turpin | Beadle Bamford | Jonas Fogg | Adolfo Pirelli | Clover | Parasites | Irina Spalko | Antonin Dovchenko | George McHale | Mulgarath | Red Cap | Goblins | Mole Troll | Lindsay Marlings | Jake | Max | Jason Voorhees | Romulans (Nero, Ayel) | The Fallen | Decepticons (Soundwave, Sideways, Grindor, Ravage, Alice, & Scalpel) | Constructicons/Devastator (Demolishor, Rampage, Long Haul, Mixmaster, Scrapper, & Scavenger) | Theodore Galloway | Cobra Commander | COBRA/M.A.R.S. Industries (Destro, Storm Shadow, Baroness, Zartan, Dr. Mindbender & Cobra Troopers) | Fire Nation (General Zhao, Ozai & Zuko) | Therman Murch | Darla | Sentinel Prime | Decepticons (Dylan Gould, Laserbeak, Shockwave, Driller, Igor, Watch-Out, Crankcase, Crowbar & Devcon) | Kurt Hendricks | Marius Wistrom | Sabine Moreau | Brij Nath | Bogdan Anasenko | The Zec | Charlie | Emerson | Muriel | Firefly | Zandar | Jordan Belfort | Donnie Azoff | Gordon Gekko | Colonel Nelec | Cooper | Khan Noonien Singh | Alexander Marcus | Zombies | Harold Attinger | Cemetery Wind (Lockdown, James Savoy, Steeljaw, & Shadow Raiders) | Kinetic Solutions Incorporated (Joshua Joyce, Stinger & KSI Drones) | The Creators | Noah | Tubal-Cain | Shredder | Foot Clan (Eric Sacks & Karai) | Dr. Mann | Burger-Beard | The Syndicate (Solomon Lane, Janik Vinter, Kagan, Saif, Richter, & Atlee) | T-3000 | T-5000 | T-1000 | T-800 | Skynet | Howard Stambler | Krang | Baxter Stockman | Bebop and Rocksteady | Krall | Manas | General James Harkness | The Hunter | Reece Tenneson | Burke | Quintessa | Infernocons | Decepticons (Nitro Zeus, Mohawk, Berserker, Onslaught & Dreadbot) | Transformers Reaction Force (Commander Santos) | Unicron | Death Angels | August Walker | White Widow | Zola Mitsopolis | Nils Debruuk | Rev-9 | Legion | Shatter | Dropkick | Blitzwing | Agent Jack Burns | Dr. Powell | Alejandro Gutierrez | Swiper | Powell | Viper | Christina X | Clayton Verris | Dr. Robotnik | Agent Stone | Echidna Tribe (Pachacamac) | Lyfegro (Zac Tieran & Colette) | Ghostface | Richie Kirsche | Amber Freeman | Abigail Fairfax

See Also
Amblin Entertainment Villains | Avatar Villains | Avengers Villains | Beavis and Butt-Head Villains | Beverly Hills Cop Villains | Captain America Villains | Chinatown Villains | Clone High Villains | CSI Villains | Danny Phantom Villains | Dimension Films Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Friday the 13th Villains | G.I. Joe Villains | Henry Danger Villains | Indiana Jones Villains | Invader Zim Villains | Iron Man Villains | Jack Ryan Villains | Jerry Bruckheimer Villains | Jimmy Neurton Villains | King Kong Villains | Kung Fu Panda Villains | Legendary Entertainment Villains | Lemony Snicket Villains | Lucasfilm Villains | Madagascar Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Miramax Villains | Mission Impossible Villains | N.C.I.S. Villains | Nickelodeon Villains | Nickelodeon Movies Villains | Rango Villains | Rugrats Villains | Scream Villains | Sherlock Holmes Villains | Shrek Villains | Sonic the Hedgehog Villains | South Park Villains | SpongeBob SquarePants Villains | Star Trek Villains | Syfy Villains | Sweeney Todd Villains | Tim Burton Villains | Terminator Villains | The Fairly OddParents Villains | The Godfather Villains | Thor Villains | TMNT Villains | Transformers Villains | Transformers Cinematic Universe Villains | XXX Villains

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Ghostface
Movies
Billy Loomis | Stu Macher | Debbie Loomis | Mickey Altieri | Roman Bridger | Jill Roberts | Charlie Walker | Chloe | Richie Kirsche | Amber Freeman

Television
Piper Shaw | Brandon James | Kieran Wilcox | Third Killer | Beth | Jamal Elliot

Video Games
Danny Johnson

Others
John Milton | Becca | Haley Meyers | Tom Martin | Tommy Jenkins | Avery Collins | Luther Thompson | Vince Schneider

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Original Killers
The Trapper | The Wraith | The Hillbilly | The Nurse | The Hag | The Doctor | The Huntress | The Clown | The Spirit | The Legion (Frank Morrison, Julie Kostenko, Joey, Susie) | The Plague | The Oni | The Deathslinger | The Blight | The Twins | The Trickster | The Artist | The Dredge

Guest Killers
Michael Myers | Leatherface | Freddy Krueger | Amanda Young | Danny Johnson/Ghostface | Demogorgon | Pyramid Head | Nemesis T-Type | Pinhead | Sadako Yamamura

Other
The Entity | Archie MacMillan | A. Azarov | Otto Stamper | Mr. Yamaoka | Henry Bayshore | The Black Vale | Drayton Sawyer | Nubbins Sawyer | John Kramer | James Sunderland | Maria | Alessa Gillespie | Look-See | The Birch | Mordeo | Chatterer

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