Grace Bertrand.
⌠ 27 • Insanity • FC: Lizzie Brochere⌡

Grace was born and grew up in France until the age of nine, when she moved to America with her sexually abusive father and step-mother. She was committed to Briarcliff after murdering both of them. Grace is bold and direct with her accusations and beliefs, and knows a lot about how things work in Briarcliff, and ways to bend the rules.

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  • Jesse Eisenberg
  • Open

Background:
It started when he was 3, Gary began to react to things weirdly, his parents thought nothing of it at first, feeling as though the weird moments would just pass over time, but they developed into something more. When Gary was 8, he started talking a lot more about his friend..his name was 32. His parents automatically thought 32 was just an imaginary friend and at first, they thought that when they got calls from the school about Gary’s violence toward other students was completely provoked but when they continued to confront him about the actions, he just continued to tell them “32 did it.” They couldn’t believe that their son was blaming everything on his imaginary friend but brushed it off, yet again and decided to move on. It wasn’t until they got a call about his attack on a teacher and yet again, Gary said “32 did it” that they finally did something about it. Gary was diagnosed with early-on-set schizophrenia and his parents begun homeschooling him. His problems begun getting a lot worse as he got older and when Gary was 14, they began looking into mental institutes, only to help their son. And when they informed him of the action, Gary immediately began screaming and yelling about how he couldn’t go. His parents, absolutely distraught about his reaction, called the hospital and a doctor was sent over from Parkwood to try and control him and he was sedated. Taking immediate action, Gary’s parents admitted him to Parkwood. He’s been there ever since deemed unsafe to be released.

Connections:
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Pepper.
⌠ 37 • Insanity • FC: Naomi Grossman⌡

Pepper is seen as a gentle and playful girl, but her accused crime of brutally murdering her niece - along with her different appearance due to microcephaly - leaves her often ostracized within the asylum.

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Shelley.
⌠ 27 • Nymphomania • FC: Chloe Sevigny⌡

Admitted to Briarcliff for nymphomania, Shelley uses her sexual tendencies to try to benefit from the patients and staff in the sanitarium. She has a firm grip on her beliefs, and doesn’t let other people’s standards define her, making her a challenge to the staff of Briarcliff. She’s been part of attempted escapes, and likely will continue to be.

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  • Will Merrick
  • Open

Background:

Gavin was a wallflower; there was no doubt about it. Wandering around with himself since he was a child, and not keeping many friends were only some of the reasons why he felt like such a quiet kid. He tends to keep to himself in fear. Fear that people will judge him or be afraid of him for whatever the reason may have been. His father ended up in jail when he was only 7, leaving him and his mother to fend for themselves and Gavin knew even then that he wanted to do the best he could for his mother. This came to a halt when he entered high school, feeling as if someone was always watching him, judging him for his father’s mistakes. He lived in a small town, where everyone knew each other’s business, and his father’s crimes were not something the townspeople took lightly. All of this became too much for him, becoming too afraid to function, to pull himself together. That’s how it stayed until he realized the one thing that helped. Fire. His mother being a smoker made his lighter availability fairly simple. He felt something more than just heat when he would watch something burn, like he would be okay, like his life would be okay if the flame continued to burn. It was all fun and games until one simple day took it too far, flicking around with the lighter,  his sweater caught on fire and before he could put it out spread up his arm over his shoulder. Some of the kids in town quickly saw him and went to put the fire out but his skin was already severely burned. Gavin now lives with thick scars running from his arms over his shoulder blade and tends to were sweaters to hide them.  Having this happen didn’t scare him though and the moment his mother caught him playing with a lighter again was when she knew he needed help, to not scream or ask for help when he caught was enough, but going back to it made her realize this wasn’t something that could be overlooked.

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  • Nicholas Hoult
  • Open

Background:

Always the more observant type, paying attention to little details, Carter found those being the most important, for example; how a person walked, and held something, to him this was all very important information. Carter stood out from the rest of the kids from a very early age, usually a loner, watching from afar. Although to his parents this was just a sign of their son being shy, little did they know what would soon begin to happen, going into high school, he met a girl, someone who he quickly fell in love with. The first glance kind of love that Romeo and Juliet felt, although, this girl barely knew he existed, so he did what he knew best, he admired her, from afar. He took pictures of her, followed her home, sat across the street from her house at night and drew photos of her from her window. He became obsessed with the girl. Every detail about his life shifted to her. His room was quickly covered in photos of her since sophomore year, hiding them from the rest of the world. This lasted two years, until senior year, until one of her friends found out, she confronted him about it, and he denied it. When he arrived home after that day, the cops were there, the hundreds of photos, and images he had took were being taken away, and the moment an officer saw him, they arrested him for the obsessive stalking of the girl. His parents, in awe of their sons actions knew that he had two choices, jail, or Parkwood. After talking about the situation, they thought that Parkwood would be the best idea for their son.

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  • Cariba Heine
  • Open

Background:

It happened when she was 11, Leah was kidnapped by a work colleague of her father’s and was kept in his basement for 2 weeks. Many people were starting to wonder if she had been murdered, but that wasn’t the aim of this twisted guy’s mind. Leah was forced to do things, disgusting things and when she finally managed to get out of the guy’s house, she had lost all trust in everyone. She was suspicious that she might be taken again, that other things could happen to her. Her parents thought that if they got the guy arrested, all the suspicions would go away and that she may trust people again, but it didn’t work. Sure, the guy was locked up and they’d probably never see him again, but Leah began to get worse with the suspicion. Everywhere she went, she looked for clues..things that may just prove that someone or something was going to attack her. She was beginning to get so bad, that she’d isolate herself from everyone, if anyone even just bumped into her, she’d hold the biggest grudge against them. It ruined a lot of friendships and her relationship and it was like Leah didn’t care. Her parents would ask what happened to certain friends but she’d just reply “They were going to hurt me.” and when each question was answered with that, her parents finally clicked on that something wasn’t right. Leah was taken to a specialist and was diagnosed with Paranoid Personality Disorder and sent to Parkwood for a proper recovery.

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  • Barbara Palvin
  • Open

Background:

Have you ever heard those little noises that are completely normal but they’ve irritated you anyway? Well, unfortunately for Lynette, she can’t stand any of them. The clipping of toenails, the crunching of ice cubes, you name it and she absolutely despises it. It’s made it difficult to listen to music as certain beats on the drum completely anger her, but Lynette always tries to push past it. Another noise she really doesn’t like is talking, so it’s a regular occurrence that she opts out of speaking to anyone, however she can’t tell somebody else to not talk— she’s never that rude.

Unfortunately, there’s really no way that her Misophonia could be fixed, her selective mutism, however, was different story. Once her parents found Parkwood, she was sent off in hopes that her easily irritable nature led on by speaking would be wiped away, what they didn’t count on, however, was the doctors discovering that she was hiding another secret. Lynette also suffers from Nightmare disorder, the nightmares that come every night beginning to show signs of deterioration in the nineteen year old, the doctors deciding that they needed to keep a very close eye on her and informed her parents that their daughter’s stay was going to be much longer than originally intended.

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