• What she says:I'm fine.
  • What she means:The nurses from Silent Hill 2 are representative of James Sunderland's *consuming* guilt and horror of what he did to his wife and this is shown both in their hypersexualized appearance and their portrayal as nurses-which is intrinsically tied to Mary's illness. The nurses are a direct contrast to Maria-the sexy version of Mary that Silent Hill pulled from James' brain-and they exist solely as the physical embodiment of James' crime and their BLATANT misrepresentation in the fan community, in the creation of later Silent Hill games and in the movies CANNOT BE FORGIVEN. MANY PEOPLE COMPLETELY MISS THE POINT OF THE PERFECT SYMBOLISM THESE NURSES PROVIDE FOR THE PLOT OF SILENT HILL 2 AND THEY DO NOT BELONG IN ANY OTHER CHAPTER OF THIS FRANCHISE BECAUSE THEY ARE JAMES.SUNDERLAND'S.CRIME. DO YOU HEAR ME?!?
Every Silent Hill game in 'Local Man' terms
  • Silent Hill Origins:Local man loses truck, rescues burning child, remembers father's death
  • Silent Hill:Local man crashes jeep, loses child, helps ghost kill god
  • Silent Hill 2:Local man kills wife, meets stripper, adopts a child
  • Silent Hill 3:Local girl has bad dream, loses father, kills god
  • Silent Hill 4:Local man locked in apartment, finds corpse in walled up room, saves neighbour from ghosts
  • Silent Hill Homecoming:Local man with memory loss kills local judge, comes to terms with accidental drowning of brother
  • Silent Hill Downpour:Local man arrested, escapes from crashed prison bus, frees caged birds
  • Silent Hill Shattered Memories:Local man realizes that he is actually a ghost, local woman comes to terms with father's death
  • Silent Hill Book of Memories:Local blogger hasn't finished game, can't make decent joke, gives up and moves on
  • Silent Hill P.T:Local man trapped in never ending hallway while Swedish radio plays, wonders whose baby is in the sink