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Sam (The Boy in Shadow)
  • The titular ‘boy in shadow’
  • He’s dead. 100% d e a d
  • He has short, light brown hair and dark brown eyes
  • Wears a purple hoodie, white sneakers, jeans, and a grey t-shirt
  • He isn’t supposed to be a lingering spirit, but he was killed too late to be eaten
  • (The demons in this story eat kids souls after having a parent kill said kid)
  • He was 15 when he was killed, and had been dead for about 10 or so years
  • Can’t be seen by anyone except for the demons (who ignore/laugh at him), James (who hasn’t worked up the nerve to try and talk to him yet), Connor (who he’s taking care of/protecting), and Harold (who wants to arrest him for being in a crime scene)
  • Has some powers stemming from being dead but they aren’t too exciting
  • He can do typical ghost stuff– walk through walls, float, knock jars off of a desk if he wanted– but he can also teleport from point A to B, which he usually uses to get him and Connor out of the demon’s view, and he can use the shadows to hid the pair of them from the demons
  • He doesn’t trust James or Harold much and runs away from them most of the time
  • Even though the demons can’t kill/eat him he’s still scared of them
  • His father was the one to kill him under the demons control
  • Because it’s me, he lost his eyes but as a ghost he doesn’t show his injuries
  • SAM IS A GOOD KID WHO NEEDS A HUG
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Judging by submissions to this blog, she was the most popular of the Mayoral candidates. Marcus and Hiram barely have 10 submissions apiece, while here we have the Top 10 Headcanons about the Faceless Old Woman who Secretly Lives In Your Home.

95) The Faceless Old Woman is an older, alternate dimensional version of Dana, explaining her odd abilities as well as her almost confusion about how people can’t see her.

97) The man in the tan jacket is the faceless old woman’s son. They share a condition which makes it difficult for people to acknowledge them and remember what they look like, which is why the faceless old woman assumes she doesn’t have a face.

111) The Faceless Old Woman really hates the movies Matilda and A Simple Wish. But she especially hates the “adorable” little girl with her “precious” bow that stars in them. Ugh, who would want to be associated with THAT? For some reason though the people in the houses she haunts watch those movies a lot. It’s really quite annoying. But especially that little girl. She’s especially annoying.

111) Mayor Dana is the double. The Faceless Old Woman was watching and saw the original Dana’s defeat. This is why she believes she is the rightful mayor – she knows the original Dana has perished.

124) A French soldier and a Japanese singer who met during WWII got married during the war, and soon the wife was pregnant. But due to the nuclear bombings and radiation effects, their child was able to turn translucent and walk through walls and stuff. Scared and in search of answers, the couple went to America and ended up in Night Vale. No one knows what happened to the couple, but the little girl quickly aged into The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives In Your Home.

129) The Faceless Old Woman used to wear nothing but faded, torn, ghostly Victorian dresses. Since she decided to run for Mayor, she’s been wearing incredibly modern and classy business suits with pencil skirts. Nobody sees her clothes either way; she just likes to feel professional.

143) Slenderman is the Faceless Old Woman’s grandson.

150) The faceless old woman speaks only in telepathy, since she has no mouth. That’s why she sounds like a young woman: she can pick any voice she wants the audience to hear.

154) The Faceless Old Woman and the Man in the Tan Jacket go out for coffee once a week.

187) The Faceless Old Woman who Secretly Lives in Your Home actually has a face. She keeps it in that drawer you never open.

anonymous asked:

Hey Tenko and Rantaro, have you guys tried seeing if you can walk through walls, float, or do any of that stereotypical ghost stuff?

“Nah, least I haven’t. But from what I’ve seen when we incite contact things solidify, so I don’t think we’d be able to walk through walls unless the wall came flyin’ at us on its own.”

5.08 Birth Commentary Transcript

W: Hi there, this is episode 508, entitled “Birth.” Um, I’m David H. Goodman; I’m an executive producer and writer.

W: I’m Jerome Schwartz. I’m a producer and writer on the show.

Colin O’Donoghue: I’m Colin O’Donoghue. I’m an actor who plays Captain Hook on the show.

COD: I don’t know why I sounded so formal there.

W: We appreciate a formal introduction. Thank you, Colin.

COD: Well, I thought it was important, you see.

W: I think we should say, I can’t imagine anyone who’s watching this for the first time listening to the commentary, but if you are: stop, because I think we have to start with a big spoiler, which is that Captain Hook is a Dark One. Which obviously is something everyone was going to find out very dramatically by the end of this episode here.

COD: I thought it was interesting that it seemed to be, uh, quite a big shock to people. For some reason. But to me, Hook was quite dark in the beginning when I first started on the show. You know, he always had that darkness within him. So it would have been easy for him to give into it.

W: Yeah, and I mean, I should say, I remember when we were just starting out talking about this season, there was an idea of Emma’s plan in the present being—turning Hook into a Dark One, and then the room had this kind of “aha!” moment, which was, well, what if she already—what if she’d already done it, and that was the secret she was keeping in the present. And so, just in case anyone was wondering, it was something that was planned pretty much from the get go—

W: In one form or another, yeah.

COD: Hm.

W: Liam Garrigan, who plays, um, King Arthur, who has just been a super pleasure to work with and brought so much to the Arthur role.

COD: Yeah, Liam’s amazing. I mean, and a great guy as well.

W: Yeah, great actor and great scene here directed by, uh, Eagle Egilsson, director of the episode, who did a fantastic job with—yeah, I love that. Love that look right there. [Arthur looking at Excalibur]. And now, Colin, just to ask the question, I mean, what’s the approach actor-wise to an episode like this in terms of knowing you’re the Dark One, and knowing your character doesn’t know he’s the Dark One.

COD: [laughter]

W: Is that hard to play and to hide and do you sometimes get confused even yourself?

COD: I just put on more eyeliner, to be honest. To dazzle people so that they don’t ask the question. No, eh, it’s an interesting thing to sort of know that that’s coming up. You know, for me, it was good because I got to play, you know, over these couple episodes—I got to play both sides of Hook, and it was fun for me to get to go back to sort of what the old version of Hook was like for me when I first came on. Well, I mean, it’s not that hard to do, I mean, you take the scenes as they come. You know the intention and the emotion and whatever that you want to bring across in the scenes and you just do it. I mean, it’s hard not to approach it that way when it’s, I think it was nearly 5 o’clock in the morning when we were shooting this scene, so it’s like late and cold and, you know, you have to try and bring as much energy and stuff to the scene at that time, so you kind of more deal with the elements at that stage than anything

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A French soldier and a Japanese singer who met during WWII got married during the war, and soon the wife was pregnant. But due to the nuclear bombings and radiation effects, their child was able to turn translucent and walk through walls and stuff. Scared and in search of answers, the couple went to America and ended up in Night Vale. No one knows what happened to the couple, but the little girl quickly aged into The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives In Your Home.